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Black Tea
Assam Tea, Cardamom, Cinnamon Bark, Fennel, Ginger, Ginger Root, Organic Cloves, Pink Peppercorn
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Boiling 3 min, 30 sec

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From Winterwoods Tea Company

Centennial Chai is Winterwoods’ beloved version of the popular blend of Indian spices and herbs including ginger, fennel, cardamom, cloves and black peppercorns. Crafted with strong Assam black tea, all ingredients in this custom blend are organic and fair trade. Boiled with water, milk and sugar or honey, this tea is for those who enjoy their chai spicy!

Use 1 level tablespoon per 6 oz. water. Heat water to boiling. Steep for 5 minutes. Add 1/2 cup milk and sugar or honey to taste.

• Made With Only 100% Organic, Fair Trade Herbs and Spices
• Handcrafted in Spokane, Washington
• Artisan Blend From Winterwoods Tea Company
• Blended by Hand in Small Batches
• Black Tea
• Loose Leaf Blend
• Gluten Free/Vegan
• 3 Ounces Makes 12 – 15 Cups of Tea

Organic Assam Tea
Organic Cardamom
Organic Ginger Root
Organic Ground Ginger
Organic Cinnamon Bark
Organic Cloves
Organic Fennel
Organic Pink Peppercorns

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Usually with chai, the spice for me is underdone or not well balanced. Too much cinnamon in some, anise in another, etc. This is a well balanced chai for me! It has the good bite of spiciness that some of its category lack, while not having one particular spice overpower the others. This will be my go-to chai unless I am able to find a better one.

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Yes, I’m just drinking one cup of tea after another…nothing new there…

I used to drink a lot of chai, but honestly, I don’t drink it much anymore, because sometimes some of the spices disagree with my system, and chai is best, IMO, if it is sweetened with some coconut milk in it. I usually prefer my tea straight up, but I did make an exception for this cup, just to sample it. It’s a solid blend of all the usual spices, hand made from all organic ingredients. That works for me :)

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