Republic Chai® Full-Leaf

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10030 Price:$11.00

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$11.00 - Tin - 4.2 ounces / 50-60 cups #10030
$42.00 - Bulk - 1 lb / 200 cups #30030
$10.50 - Refill - 4.2 ounces / 50-60 cups #11030

Traveler's Tea - Rich imperial spices are combined with Northern Indian tea leaves to create a hearty, flavorful cup. Deliciously full-bodied when prepared traditionally (simmered with water, milk & honey).

Caffeine:

Black Tea has less than half the amount of caffeine per cup than in a similar-sized cup of coffee. More about caffeine.

Steeping Instructions

Steeping black tea is easy. Simply heat fresh, filtered water to a rolling boil. Then pour water over tea and steep for 3-5 minutes if using a tea bag or full-leaf.

Ingredients

Cinnamon, Assam and Darjeeling black tea, orange peel, ginger, coriander, cardamom seed, star anise, cloves and black pepper

Calories

0

Country of Origin

India

What our Citizens are saying about this great gift of the leaf...

  • 4 Star

Interesting taste of the Chai Tea

4 Stars Interesting taste of the Chai Tea

from IN on wrote:

Have tried the Chai Tea Latte (company name omitted) that fell interested in this tea with a little spicy - just didn't like it too sweet. So I bought this Chai-full leaf for brewing without adding any milk or sugar and it still tasted good.

Smells and tastes great!

5 Stars Smells and tastes great!

from MO on wrote:

High quality, not dusty, and not full of pieces you can't identify. I would caution to stick with the proper steeping time as it has a licorice taste when you let it steep too long.

Peppery

2 Stars Peppery

from CA on wrote:

I have to agree with other people that pepper is the strongest note in this tea blend. I made it for the first time yesterday and noted the cup tasted a little weak. So for my next cup, I brewed the tea longer - it was stronger tasting, but so was the taste of pepper! I like a nice kick to a cup of chai tea but I won't be reordering this blend.

Chai

5 Stars Chai

from CA on wrote:

Love the spicy tea flavor with just a bit of a peppery kick

preparation matters

5 Stars preparation matters

from NM on wrote:

When I make chai I don't just steep it. I boil it like they do in Indian restaurants. This turns out the best chai that I have experienced. For those who want to try, here are the proportions (a thick bottomed pot is better): 2 cups whole milk, 2 cups water, just under 1/4 cup tea. Bring to a boil slowly (scalded burnt milk is nasty) once you reach a boil let it simmer for 10 more minutes. Add the same amount of sugar as tea. Strain and enjoy. Sometimes I add a bit of water (up to half a cup) if it's too strong. If there are left overs I store in a glass jar, and reheat the next day. It takes around 25 minutes total, but everyone who tries it is WOWED!