Smooth vanilla rooibos with little pieces of cinnamon and kibbled ginger
Super rich and warming. Smooth vanilla rooibos with little pieces of cinnamon and kibbled ginger. Aromatic, delicious, comfort in a cup and a great alternative to a more fruity winter tea- as well as being caffeine free
Brewing the best cup. Two teaspoons per cup. Boiling water, then brew your tea, 5+ mins, a little honey or sugar, with milk. Try this out as a simple, one mug, gingerbread latte. Brew a tsp with half a mug of water and top up with whisked-up milk ( coconut milk adds an extra layer of taste ) and sprinkled with cinnamon or ginger.
3 tsp Gingerbread Chai
Brew Gingerbread Chai in freshly boiled water for at least 5 minutes. You can do this on the hob, in a teapot or just in a mug. However you brew the tea, you will need to strain it into a couple of mugs ( ideally something suitably Christmassy ) when ready to serve. Add sugar or honey to the warmed milk and whisk quickly until it's all nice and frothy, then pour onto your strained chai and sprinkle with cinnamon. Gingernuts on the side are optional but highly recommended. Sit back and enjoy!
rooibos, ginger, cassia, flavouring
The gingerbread chai is amazing! Everybody that has tried it loved it. Perfectly
warming and beautifully flavoured.
This is a tea we keep going back to: perfect for Autumn and Winter months but can be enjoyed all year round.
This is nice to drink but I had hoped for maybe a bit more zing from the ginger and maybe a little more mystery from the spices.So probably not one Ill go for again, but if you prefer something a little softer and sweeter then this could be your dream.
I'm working from home so much now thatI was looking for something to spice up my morning tea break - and I found it! Warming and satisfying, this is definitely a tasty way to break up video calls and add a bit of zing back into my working day.
We love this! We have yet to try it as a tea as we always have it as a latte. And thank you for the coconut sample.