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Chai

Chai
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A traditional blend of black tea and spices finely ground to release the maximum amount of flavor and aroma.

Richly aromatic and brisk flavor makes this dessert in a cup.
Specific brewing instructions will allow you to make this tea in a traditional fashion, enhancing your experience.

Chai Tea Type: Black Tea

Ingredients: black tea, cardamon, cinnamon, ginger root, black pepper, cloves

Origin of Chai : India

Chai Caffeine Strength:
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+ Black Tea Brewing Tips

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3 oz.$11.95
40 Cups,  30 cents per cup
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3 & 16 oz
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Chai Tea (Wednesday, November 05, 2014)
Reviewer: Leslie

I LOVE Chai! I always have some chilled Chai in the refrigerator. The Chai from Teas, Etc. is a pleasant blend of spices with black tea. Since I make 3 quarts at a time, I use the paper "tea bags" which I bought from Teas, Etc. a couple of years ago.

WOW (Sunday, December 08, 2013)
Reviewer: Brian

This is the chai of all chais! Well done!

family favorite (Tuesday, September 17, 2013)
Reviewer: mary

my mil is from india and this is by far her most beloved American chai

Very Good once I figured out the correct amount to use for my taset (Wednesday, July 03, 2013)
Reviewer: DAWN

Using the amount in the directions was too strong for my taset, it only took a few cups to firure out the correct strength & I love it!

Rocket Fuel! (Monday, April 08, 2013)
Reviewer: Christopher

This chai is delicious, and is loaded with caffiene!!

So good! (Friday, February 01, 2013)
Reviewer: Lauren

I am a huge fan of chai tea, so I had to try this one! It's so good! I love it with almond milk in the mornings. Great way to start your morning.

Migraine-Buster! (Monday, September 17, 2012)
Reviewer: Amora

I sample teas all the time from both local sellers and those abroad. I have been searching for a good, strong, spicy chai for quite a while. This is hands down the best and the ONLY thing that can kill my worst migraines. I recommend a double-strong brew, brought (very gradually) to a boil in a glass tea kettle with milk and water together. Put milk, water, and tea in the kettle at lowest possible stovetop heat. It can take a long time to boil. The moment it does, I pour it through a tea strainer filled with some granulated sugar. It keeps the tea bits from getting in the cup and distributes the sugar well. This is very spicy and strong when prepared this way. It's also incredibly delicious.

Chai (Monday, September 10, 2012)
Reviewer: Steve

Really full tatse

Like Mom in Law used to make but not as strong (Monday, July 30, 2012)
Reviewer: Marcella

My Indian mother in law made great chai and this chai is the closest approximation to those classic flavors- only not as strong since (I am assuming) it is steeped and not boiled.

Chai black tea (Saturday, March 31, 2012)
Reviewer: Osvaldo

I drink this tea by itself or in combination. By itself it is very tasty and aromatic. It is one of my favorites teas. When I'm in the mood and if I want to give a pop to an all black tea, I use equals amounts of pure black with Chai and it brings the black tea flavor to a whole new level. Recommended!

Nice and spicy (Sunday, March 11, 2012)
Reviewer: Alison

I brewed this tea slightly stronger than suggested so that it would not seem weak when mixed with milk. It was delicious!

Chai (Friday, February 03, 2012)
Reviewer: Brian

What a wonderful blend this is. A well balanced Chai rich in flavor.

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