Coconut Black Chai Tea Jar

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Coconut Black Chai Tea Jar

A robust and full flavored black tea accented with exotic imperial spices. The bold concentrated character of this lush black tea lends itself well to the full notes of cardamom, ginger and clove. The sweet hint of tropical coconut fragrantly fills the cup, offering an inviting taste of paradise to savor from any spot on the map. Delicious with a splash of milk. A bright and flavorful steep. Sunglasses not included.
25 Servings
Net Wt. 3.0 oz
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Compliments galore Review by Cyrice
I love this tea and mix it with other teas. I always get compliments when I serve it, in fact one person said "Your tea must be very expensive I taste layers of unique flavors" (Posted on 8/27/14)
Fantastic, love it. Review by Patti
I bought a sample tin stack of tea at Goods. I love it. The taste is so fantastic and very pleasurable and calming. I had to get on line and find where I could get more of this stuff. I am just trying to switch over from coffee to tea and learn how to be more healthier. (Posted on 5/3/14)

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Tea preparation is a matter of personal choice and preference, but here some guidelines to get you started.

  • Black Tea can be brewed in truly boiling water, usually steeped for 3-5 minutes.

  • Green Tea should be brewed with water between 160-175F and only steeped for 2-4 minutes.

  • White Tea can be brewed a bit warmer, at 175F and steeped for 3-5 minutes.

  • Oolong Tea is best brewed at 190F, but steeped longer than black tea for 5-8 minutes.

  • Rooibos Tea can also be brewed in fully boiling water and steeped indefinitely.

  • Herbal Infusions come in so many varieties that there can be no specific guidelines, but you can generally start with boiling water and a 5 minute steep.