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Tazo® Chai Full Leaf Tea

Tazo® Chai Full Leaf Tea

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$6.95
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Product Info

A satisfyingly rich blend of full-leaf black teas and exotic spices.

Tasting Notes Creamy, sweet spice.

Enjoy this with: A cinnamon scone and a dreamy look in your eyes.

Region multi-region

Product Details

Tazo® Chai Full Leaf Tea

A spiced tea with ancient Indian roots, Tazo® Chai blends full-bodied Assam teas with aromatic spices from around the world. The malt and astrigency of the full-leaf black tea is complemented by sweet cinnamon, spicy ginger, fragrant cardamom, star anise and cloves. Delicious served hot or iced.

How to Prepare

CHAI Project

Tazo and Mercy Corps have partnered together for the Community Health and Advancement Initiative (CHAI) Project, an integrated tea supply chain effort to help improve the health and quality of life for people living in the Darjeeling and Assam regions in India and in Guatemalan cardamom-growing villages. Since it began in 2002, the program has impacted more than 30,000 people from 39 rural communities.

The CTC Method

The Crush, Tear and Curl (CTC) Method is used to make black teas with bold flavors and a strong body that pairs well with spices, milk and sweeteners. The process begins the same way as orthodox black tea production, but instead of extensive rolling and sorting, the CTC method relies on a machine to crush and tear the tea leaves into a uniform size and shape. This leads to a faster and less complex oxidation process, and results in a tea that quickly brews thick, dark liquor. Tazo® Chai concentrates and beverages use CTC tea.

About Tazo

Tea is one of life's simple pleasures.

And at Tazo, we believe that discovering authentic new tastes in tea makes the experience more enjoyable. Tazo searches the globe to obtain the finest botanicals and teas, then artfully blends these exotic ingredients to create unexpectedly rich, truly memorable flavor experiences.

Tazo is a member of the Ethical Tea Partnership (ETP), an alliance of international tea companies that are working together to improve the environmental sustainability of tea production and to help improve the lives and communities of tea workers. For more information, visit www.ethicalteapartnership.org.