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This tea by a local Colorado company is pure nostalgia and deliciousness. It’s made with smoky Lapsang Souchong and sweetened with creamy white chocolate. Decadent with milk and sugar, though not necessary.

Flavors: Cloves, Peppercorn, Smoke, Smooth, White Chocolate

205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 30 sec 1 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

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This is one smoky chai! I took one whiff of the dry leaf mixture and knew that I would have to doctor this one up a touch. So I took a chance and made muffins out of the blend!

They turned out pretty good. I think the smoky flavor actually became more pronounced but the chai flavor along with the white chocolate was lovely when paired up with the honey bran muffin mix I pick. Sweet smoky cinnamon clove honey muffin goodness! Super easy and super fun. I have so many ideas on how to make some pretty yummy fall muffins coming up in a few months.

For this blend on its own, I think the smoky flavor really overwhelms the rest of the chai. But it is called Fireside for a reason. If you are a fan of smoky teas, I think you’ll like this one. I’ve just had a lot of smoky teas lately and am sort of burned out on them :/


Flavors: Cinnamon, Cloves, Smoke, Sweet, White Chocolate


Have you tried any of their other chai blends? They have a few that look really good!


I’m hoping to later this week/next week. So far everything I’ve had from them has been good, except for one that had a rooibos like flavor.


I love this company! The chocolate mint black and coconut white chais are also wonderful.

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This was a great tea for my son’s 10th birthday party yesterday. I didn’t go by the package instructions on how to brew it but instead went with just a simple cold brew. This was pretty good. If I hadn’t read on the package that this was a green tea I would have thought this was just a straight herbal. The pomegranate flavor is the fore front flavor you pick up with the sweetness from the stevia falling right behind. There is hibiscus in this blend but it is slight and only provides a nice contrast to the stevia, giving the tea some tartness. The tea went over really well. So far I’m impressed with this company.
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