Tea type
Chai Herbal Blend
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Flavors
Berry, Black Pepper, Cinnamon, Ginger, Goji
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Caffeine Free
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  • “First sips, I like the way this tastes well enough. I’m not sure I like the way it smells in my mug. The cypress oil is an intriguing addition to a chai-type blend but as I take more sips, I...” Read full tasting note
  • “This is probably my least favorite of the Chroma blends I’ve tried. The goji/elderberry fruitiness is just not working with the heavy spices. The cinnamon, ginger, black peppercorn, and clove are...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Had this one last weekend while working on podcast outlines and, admittedly, I was two deeply enthralled in writing that I didn’t much pay attention to the tea. The loose leaf smells very potent...” Read full tasting note

From Chroma Tea

Spiced chai herbal tisane blended with cinnamon, ginger, black peppercorn, tulsi, dandelion root, cardamom, goji berry, fennel, elderberry, cacao nibs, burdock, galangal, clove, saffron, vanilla, and hinoki cypress oil

This is chai spice after a fifth voyage around the world, having picked up inspiration at every stop along the way; finally world-weary and ready to set up as a hermit deep in a Hinoki Cypress forest and enjoy the balance it could only pick up with sixteen ingredients acting together in just the right way.

Brew this on its own, or add your favorite tea- a roasted oolong, like a rich Wuyi or Laoshan black tea. Give the blend even fuller texture with a touch of honey.

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1022 tasting notes

First sips, I like the way this tastes well enough. I’m not sure I like the way it smells in my mug. The cypress oil is an intriguing addition to a chai-type blend but as I take more sips, I realize ultimately there’s too much going on. Not a fan of the mix of cacao and vanilla with goji and elderberry. I smell all that in the steam and it lingers in a sickly way in the aftertaste. When the mug gets to room temp, it all tastes like mustard. What the. Weird.

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This is probably my least favorite of the Chroma blends I’ve tried. The goji/elderberry fruitiness is just not working with the heavy spices. The cinnamon, ginger, black peppercorn, and clove are most distinct, with the fruit lingering in the aftertaste. I was hoping to taste the cypress oil, but alas.

Flavors: Berry, Black Pepper, Cinnamon, Ginger, Goji

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11530 tasting notes

Had this one last weekend while working on podcast outlines and, admittedly, I was two deeply enthralled in writing that I didn’t much pay attention to the tea. The loose leaf smells very potent and heavily spiced, and ticked my nose and throat on scent alone. I don’t recall the steeped tea having the same level of “oomph” to it and the dry leaf had but I will have to drink again to be sure…

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Went on a little internet excursion to Chroma (looks like a side-shoot of Verdant) because of your review of Azure. Picked this one up and Aquamarine, too. Auburn smells so intense! I’m hoping the aroma transfers.

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