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Shelly’s Teaview Snapshot
|"A peppery and minty chai that I very much enjoyed... though the chocolate and vanilla flavors were more or less impossible to detect."|
I have always been fond of chai. This one in particular was very satisfying because it was not too spicy, which suited my mood. It can be described as a mild and natural tasting tea. It soothed my sore throat after I gave an hour long beading demonstration. I tasted pepper, but it added to the overall flavor rather than dominating it like some chai teas I've had (namely, Celestial Seasonings). I thought I detected a slightly minty aftertaste which was confirmed by the Serendipitea website. This tea also claims to have chocolate and vanilla in it as well, but neither of these flavors stood out.
The tea itself before brewing was quite beautiful. Trying to infuse it proved a little difficult due to tiny particles that kept slipping through the infusers I used. In the end, I just drank them with the tea. I consider it a very relaxing tea that I'd definitely drink again. Just one thing: how do you pronounce it?
— To purchase SerendipiTea Xocatlatl Chai, or for more specific information on ingredients or the story behind this particular tea, click here to go directly to the manufacturer's web site.
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