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Our Review
To help you make the delightful Indian beverage of Chai, we created this blend. It is strong and definitely spicy, although we do not add the peppers found in many Indian Chai recipes. Just add the milk and sugar you think is correct. It may also be drunk on its own.
Dry Leaves The blend contains Indian Black Tea, cardamom seeds, cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and natural cardamom and vanilla flavors.
Liquor The liquor is medium to dark brown.
Aroma The spice of nutmeg and cardamom come through.
Caffeine Level Caffeinated
Body This tea is very bold and has a strong body.
Flavors Chai tastes of a mixture of strong spices and makes delicious chai tea.
Brewing Time 4 to 5 minutes
Brewing Temperature 212° F


We have created a new blend similar to our Indian Spice, but a bit spicier and with a hint of natural vanilla flavor. The blend contains Indian Black Tea, cardamom seeds, cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and natural cardamom and vanilla flavors.
tea bags
Chai - loose 4 oz tin
SKU: 44028
Chai - loose 1 lb
SKU: 41737
Chai - 50 sachet bag
SKU: 50580
Chai - loose 8 oz tin
SKU: 48104
Premium Chai - 20 tea bag box
SKU: 30032
Chai - loose tea sample
SKU: 49008-239

Customer Reviews

Blue Lotus


Bitter tasteless tea
Average Review:

This is no chai tea!! I don't know what it is. I brew my own Indian tea as I have seen my aunts and grandmas do it and the last blend totally replaced that lengthy process of adding each spice one by one. I picked this up and made the mistake of buying a 1lb bag but wow what a weird taste profile. I ended up mixing it with some Brooke Bond - your typical Indian department store tea to make the blend palatable. Almost done with it. Will probably throw the last bit out but pass on it folks. It's a waste.



Not really thrilled....
Average Review:

I brew this after reading the reviews...Extra tea to counter act the weak taste, but not as long as suggested to avoid the bitterness mentioned. But nope. I'm not getting anything but a mild tea flavor, no spice, but plenty of bitterness. Strange.



Average Review:

I was a huge fan of the old blend. As others have noted this new blend is much weaker. I usually compensate by adding a little bit extra into the bag. The tea starts off with a really good flavor. It's not the normal flavor you would associate with a chai, but there was one Indo Pak restaurant that had a chai like it. They would add a bit of fennel into their blend. If the tea maintained this flavor I would like this new blend too. I would think, "it's not like the old blend but its good in its own way." Sadly the tea does not stay like this. The further down into the cup you get the more bitter it becomes. I made the mistake of drinking that last little ring of tea right before I went to rinse the cup and it was quite possibly the worst thing i have ever tasted, it was nothing but a pure bitter flavor. There were no other flavors mixed in with the bitterness. You could not taste the cream or the sugar that was in the tea, everything was totally overpowered by the bitterness. I hate wasting stuff. so the fact that i have to throw out the bottom half of my tea in order to enjoy it really bothers me.

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