Kama Chai Sutra

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A seductively flavorful blend of Indian black tea, cardamom, cloves, cinnamon, ginger and vanilla bean.

Sommelier’s notes:
boil 2 tsp tea leaves with 3oz milk & 5oz water for 5 minutes
add pure cane sugar to taste

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121 tasting notes

Visually this blend is enticingly complex. You can pick out each of the spices easily, and there are plenty of them all. The aroma is lightly spiced with hints of an underlying sweetness.

Kama Sutra Chai brews a wonderful amber liquor. It alsmost reminds me of a malt whiskey. The brewed aroma is much softer than that of the dry leaves. I certainly catch some of the vanilla here.

This tea is a bit brisk. The spices twinge the tongue and some dryness of the palate occurs. The standard chai spiciness is inherent throughout the brew. The cardamom, clove and cinnamon play in the forefront with the vanilla bean notably taking a backseat.

The palate dryness and the briskness of this tea are appreciably reduced by adding milk and sugar. Traditionally one would add 3 parts milk to 5 parts water, and two or three teaspoons of sugar… but I suggest sugar to taste as three is far too much for me personally. The sugar helps to bring out the profiles for each of the spices.

205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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Nothing better than a big mug of chai on a cold day…38 degrees here!


Farenheit, I take it? I love a spicy tea when the weather is bad, warms me up from the inside. _

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127 tasting notes

Not as spicy as Adagio’s Masala Chai, this one is smoother, silkier, calmer. It has more “tea” taste instead of “spice” taste. It’s good, but when I want chai I want something with stronger spices.

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Sipdown no. 89 of 2018 (no. 445 total).

This also made a good cold tea. I know this because my 14 year old’s friend was here to join a school carpool a couple of days ago and wanted something to drink. I gave him some of this a cold brew. He tasted it rather tentatively at first, then upended the glass.

I realized, though, that my planning wasn’t great. This was a jar of 1.7 ounces. I had intended to try it as a plain black tea, but I’m pretty sure I forgot to do that. After a couple of hot stovetop cups, I made it into a cold version. And I’m pretty sure I then ran out of that, and went to fill up the pitcher to steep in the fridge, I dumped the last bit of this in the pitcher without remembering I’d wanted to try this hot as a regular black tea. Oh well.

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1 tasting notes

great tea. I brewed it in a cool tea maker, the Tea Control of finum

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19 tasting notes

I got this as part of a black tea sampler. Hardly!! It’s Chai.

Although I’m not a fan of herbal teas I like this quite a bit with lot’s of milk and sugar.

185 °F / 85 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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11 tasting notes

A really unique chai blend. The cloves and cinnamon came through nicely but the vanilla was a special surprise. Creamy.

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