Bedouin Herbal Tea Blend

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Black Chai Herbal Blend
Ingredients
Black Tea, Cardamom, Cinnamon, Honeybush, Mint, Rose, Sage
Flavors
Cardamom, Cinnamon, Herbs, Honey, Mint, Rose, Sage, Spicy, Sweet
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From Adhara Tea and Botanicals

Flavor: Balanced notes of spice, citrus, honey and aromatic rose.
Aroma: Spicy, and floral with honey notes
Liquor: Amber
Caffeine Content: Caffeine Free
Ingredients: Organic Black Tea, Organic Mint, Organic Sage, Organic Cardamom, Organic Cinnamon, Organic Honeybush, Organic Rose Petals
An exotic black tea blend inspired by the Bedouin nomadic tribes who have historically inhabited the desert regions in the Arabian Peninsula, North Africa, the Levant, and Mesopotamia. Traditionally a blend of tea and herbs consisting of black tea and the dried leaves of desert plants. Bedouin is a complex herbal tea blend with notes of spice, floral aromatics and a sweet finish.

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Really cool chai like blend. Definitely Middle Eastern overall, with the Rose, Cardamom, and Mint+Sage dominating the flavor. I’m glad that this was labeled an herbal tea because I tasted more of the herbs than the black tea, but it helped give the tea some umph and thickness in the body. The cinnamon is more noticeable after I brew it a second time. I only did two table spoons for about 14-16 oz for two people, and 3 minutes time with 195 F. I enjoyed the first cup, and though it was naturally sweet, I put some sugar and it brought up the black tea and rose more. Honey brings up the mint and cinnamon more so far.

I’m into this one so far, and I’m glad I got it because it’s unique compared to other Chai/Masala like blends. Then again, I’m a sucker for rose in a chai any day.

Flavors: Cardamom, Cinnamon, Herbs, Honey, Mint, Rose, Sage, Spicy, Sweet

ashmanra

I have never had a chai with rose that I can recall, but as a chai tolerator I would be more likely to like it with rose.

Daylon R Thomas

Chai tolerator lol. I go through moods for Chai, and usually crave them in Summer/Autumn. I like them with sweet and condensed milk if they are smaller leaves or ground into fine powder, and I always think they are better if I get them from a Lebanese or an Indian Restaurant. I am a lot choosier if I’m buying them loose leaf, and tend to go for the unusual flavor combo ones. I love Chai Put a Spell on You from Brutalities because it’s a lighter tea that balances the lemongrass and coconut with pepper and cardamom.

Daylon R Thomas

What-Cha had the best traditional chai with a good assam base that I’ve had so far whole leaf.

ashmanra

I enjoy chai a kot as long as I make it unhealthy – all milk base with no water, good dollop of sugar! I have even been known to put whipped on top…..

But drinking it plain and made with just water isn’t my bag, and I don’t like tons of ginger or black pepper, turmeric, or clove in it. Cinnamon and cardamom and just a hint of the other spices, okay.

Daylon R Thomas Yeah, I’m not into turmeric either. It always make it taste like carrot flavored chalk. I love it with milk or as in a cold drink-even cooking, but never straight.

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