Indonique

Indonique was established in 2002 by George and Daya Constance with the vision of blending the East with the West – just as the founders have done in their marriage.

Daya, Indian-born and George from America, bring their unique perspectives to the operation that began in New Orleans with their Web site store and the popular Indonique Tea & Chai Cafe. The business thrived for four years until Hurricane Katrina hit, forcing the closure of the Magazine Street cafe, the owners’ relocation to the north and a restructuring of the company. They now sell our products online and through select retail outlets, cafes and restaurants.

Their signature tea is a fresh-brewed hot or iced Authentic Indian Masala Chai, a blend of imported spices and South India black tea with no preservatives or additives. It’s a recipe passed down through the generations of Daya’s family.

Indonique has secured distribution rights for socially responsible Iced Tea Blends from Assam India. These teas are rich single malt, single estate teas offered black or in six different unique and tantalizing flavors.

Indonique donates 10 percent of all profits from wholesale sales to specific charities associated with each product.

More information: http://www.indonique.com

There are 9 reviews available for this category, for 9 different varieties.

Below you'll find extracts of all posts on Teaviews.com related to Indonique. Click on any post to pull up photographs and full-text.


Indonique Earl Grey Extra Fancy Black Tea

9.5/10  —  1 review
Teaviews Member: Stephen Stephen's review:
"I absolutely loved this blend. For me it was just about perfect, but the intensity of bergamot flavor here may be a bit much for those new to Earl Grey."
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      9.5/10

Indonique Dragonwell

9/10  —  1 review
Teaviews Member: Trent Trent's review:
"Unique nutty buttery, and salty flavor profile... just make sure you use enough leaves."
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      9/10

Indonique Ginger Peach Orange Organic Green Tea

9/10  —  1 review
Teaviews Member: Melanie Melanie's review:
"The orange flavor is the strongest flavor, but I quickly sense the peach. The ginger is a clear spicy aftertaste and the slightly grassy green tea is a great flavor that ties it all together!"
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      9/10

Indonique Kashmiri Chai

8/10  —  1 review
Teaviews Member: Rebekah Rebekah's review:
"I found that this blend brewed in milk and sugar created a quite enjoyable chai experience and would jump at the opportunity for more!"
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      8/10

Indonique Spiced Chai

7.5/10  —  1 review
Teaviews Member: Vanessa Vanessa's review:
"Mellow, mild and subdued... I enjoyed this chai tea quite a bit, it just wasn't quite as spicy as I'd anticipated."
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      7.5/10

Indonique Masala Chai

7/10  —  1 review
Teaviews Member: Stephen Stephen's review:
"A hearty and authentic-tasting chai, though not quite as spicy as I would have liked."
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      7/10

Indonique Ginger Peach Oolong

7/10  —  1 review
Teaviews Member: Stephen Stephen's review:
"Another tasty blend from Indonique... the peach and ginger flavor is bold and compliments this full-leaf oolong nicely."
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      7/10

Indonique Orange Spiced Black Tea

7/10  —  1 review
Teaviews Member: Vanessa Vanessa's review:
"I enjoyed this tea, though I wish the citrus flavor was more pronounced.... this is definitely more a spiced tea than anything else."
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      7/10

Indonique Black Mango

7/10  —  1 review
Teaviews Member: Stephen Stephen's review:
"A crisp and clean-tasting mango tea... the flavor is faint but still noticeable, and blends nicely with the black tea. "
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      7/10

Indonique - A Unique Story and Free Sample Offer

Posted by Stephen
I was recently introduced to a relatively new online tea retailer called Indonique. They've got a bit of a unique story and their web site has quite a bit of character, so I thought I'd writ...
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