Parker’s PositiviTEA

Tea type
Oolong Tea
Ingredients
Anise Seeds, Black Peppercorn, Cardamon Seed, Cinnamon Chips, Ginger Pieces, Marshmallow Root, Oolong, Orange Peel, Organic Cloves, Sarsaparilla, Vanilla Flavour
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  • “I have the uncaffeinated version of this tea, which uses green rooibos. It’s a nice, light, herbal chai. It doesn’t need milk. There’s something really refreshing about this combination. And...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Mercy, you all have been busy drinkers! I am far behind, but I love reading what you write! If I have not already done so, I hereby nominate CuppaGeek’s Nichole as the Maven of Marshmallow Root. I...” Read full tasting note
  • “My friend who brought me Shamrock Shenanigans and I both ordered this but we didn’t get to drink it together. We did, however, compare notes on the goodies and both agree that the tiny Stoopwaffels...” Read full tasting note

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I have the uncaffeinated version of this tea, which uses green rooibos. It’s a nice, light, herbal chai. It doesn’t need milk. There’s something really refreshing about this combination. And sometimes the spices do sneak up and turn out a little spicier than anticipated! This may be the only green rooibos chai I’ve had before, but I’m enjoying it so much, I’ll have to seek out others in the future!

gmathis

Thanks for reminding me that I have a little of the unleaded version under my roof. It’s been a while, but this is another one of those blends with a lot going on, but all of it melds together very pleasantly.

AJRimmer

I agree! I’m a little bummed I only have one serving left!

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Mercy, you all have been busy drinkers! I am far behind, but I love reading what you write!

If I have not already done so, I hereby nominate CuppaGeek’s Nichole as the Maven of Marshmallow Root. I think she could combine it with spinach and salsa and come up with something I would love.

The marshmallow is an especially nice touch in this ooooh(it’s so good)long blend. It smells like a piece of spice cake, and as I mentioned in a former review, the sarsaparilla adds just a nifty little twist that keeps this from tasting like conventional chai. I had mine with milk this afternoon—and that just added frosting to the cake.

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Making a mental note that Cuppa Geek makes marshmallow root blends!

gmathis

I mentioned it elsewhere yesterday, but her Lemon Swirl is delicious (green tea-lemon-marshmallow).

tea-sipper

Yep, I just added Lemon Swirl to my wishlist today. :D

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My friend who brought me Shamrock Shenanigans and I both ordered this but we didn’t get to drink it together. We did, however, compare notes on the goodies and both agree that the tiny Stoopwaffels that came with it were DA BOMB. I already like Stroopwaffels okay and mini Stroopwaffels better, but these were the best! I even looked for them at the grocery last night but it was a no go. There were so many little squeal worthy goodies in the package!

The tea is the main feature of the package, though! If you have read my many of my notes you know I like only a smidge of ginger, and a minimum of black pepper, so what most people consider REAL chai isn’t my bag. I had a really authentic one with turmeric, ginger, and lots of black pepper from an Indian acquaintance long ago and…not my thing.

I discovered that I really prefer chai with little pepper and ginger, some nice sweet things like cinnamon and cardamom, made in all milk with some sugar added. I do realize that traditional prep is usually half water and half milk with some sugar added.

Until this one.

It smells really unusual, and my friend said she smelled lots of black pepper but I didn’t. I am guessing the mystery smell was sarsaparilla, because it was akin to root beer, but definitely not the same. Since I am familiar with all the other ingredients it must be that.

I have had this three ways and for the first time ever I prefer a chai prepared like a chai. Milk alone took away its “chai-ness” too much and I really wanted the full flavor. The ginger did not need any calming down for me. The black pepper was not too much for me. I guess like Baby Bear said, as a chai this was “just right” for me.

And HOORAY! I can also taste the base tea with this one, which is great because my big complaint with the last chai I had (Holiday Chai by Stash) was that it tastes like water with chai spices added. I only drink it as a full milk latte with whipped cream on top or I make a “root beer” type syrup out of it to add to sparkling water.

I am eager for my friend to try it so I can find out what she thinks of it!

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