Harney & Sons Chai Tea (50 Sachets)
Harney & Sons created Chai as a newer blend similar to Indian Spice, yet a bit spicier and with a hint of natural vanilla. This blend features black tea from India, cardamom seeds, cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and natural cardamom and vanilla flavors. The flavour is strong and definitely spicy, although Harney & Sons do not add the peppers found in many Indian Chai recipes. This is a very brisky, full bodied tea with strong aroma. Kosher certified.
Chai tea can be drunk plain or with milk and sugar. However, lot of people nowadays actually like it in the form of a Chai Tea Latte. You can can also make Chai Tea Latte on your own at home. The spices and strong aroma come through the frothed milk and it make a delicious classic latte alternative.
|Product Contains||50 silken sachets of whole-leaf tea|
|Base||Indian Black Tea|
|Aroma||Nutmeg and cardamom mostly|
|Brewing Time||4 to 5 minutes|
|Brewing Temperature||212° F|
Kosher Certified Tea
About the Harney & Sons Fine Teas
The Harney & Sons story in the tea industry begins 30 years ago in Salisbury, Connecticut, when John Harney, developed a passion for fine teas and the art and craft of tea blending. John began his own journey in mastering the craft of tea blending. He produced and served his distinctive blends that were becoming more and more popular among the tea drinkers. His small back then home-based business turned to be a global company covered by popular names like Oprah and Dr. Oz and served in five-star hotels such as Four Seasons Hotels, Waldorf Astoria New York and other luxurious establishments. Harney & Sons Fine Teas sources, blends, and packages its own teas and has more than three hundred varieties. The company remains committed to delivering a superior quality teas that the consumers would truly indulge to delivery luxury to the everyday life.
Not my favourite Chai
Posted by Tracey Mossman on 2020 May 28th
I am an avid Chai drinker and have found this one, unfortunately to be average in my opinion. I am looking for a spicy chai and this didn't cut it.
I tried water, tried milk......tried adding additional bags to increase the flavours but it didn't cut it.