Ooooh i've never heard of " iron goddess of mercy". what's it like? What notes? body?
Fragrant! Flavorful- sweet honey & toasty almond flavor but you get a hint of flower taste similar to butterfly pea flower with honey without the sweetness and almond flavor
if someone is a fan of rose pedal tea do you think they'd like it? Also i love almonds and honey! If you have a brand in mind share! :D
Yeahhh they will love it and fall in love with it. You can check Amazon if they sell it, my friend would send me from China when I couldn't visit the Iron Goddess Of Mercy is called (Tieguanyin) & for the spicy chai is definitely Organic India
yeah i have like 5 chais in my cabinet atm XD
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Thanks for the mho 💞
I fell in love with Indian culture starting with the Tea and the women lol. Elaichi has become a personal favorite. <3
Oh yeah. Elaichi really adds to the taste!
omg you aren't kidding! And it's very good for you actually. Indians introduced me to it and since then I've been nuts for it.
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I've had some Kenyan teas that were good. For Indian check out Vahdam Teas. Their Darjeeling is amazing I promise you? Clean, green, and ethical! 👍👍
Thanks for the recommendation! I will book mark it on Amazon and maybe buy it when I get enough gift cards for it.
Absolutely! That brand is amazing! Enjoy!
i love coffee the most. But Indian tea has body to it. Some of the spices they use also give some kick.
I don’t drink it, sorry
lol dont apologize for your beverage preferences! XD
i feel like the body of the teas is stronger and boulder. That's what i love about tea from India.
bolder. I love it lol
Try darjeeling, masala, and elaichi. Those are my favorite indian teas! A good brand if you dont mind loose leaf is Vahdam. If you are on a budget or just prefer bags check out Tetley Masala or Elaichi, very good for the money! :D
okay i'll look next time
Vahdam Darjeeling is SOOOOO GOOD! <3I support their fair trade and green practices and their promotion of small family owned farms! ^^
I've had tea from Iran, Malaysia, and Indonesia too. But i just meant between China and India. they are the biggest rival exporters lol
Unfortunately I haven't tried either!
but if you had to pick from one the rest of your life though?
It’s cuteee how every else other than Indians call it a chai tea. 😂💛
@Aditi2201 what do you call it? 😂
Just Chai. Chai in Hindi. Milk tea in English at max. Then there are forms of Chai. Masala (spiced) ChaiAdrak ( ginger) ChaiCutting Chai and many more. I love Adrak Chai the most, specially on a rainy day. 🤤
Lmk if you ever wanna know the recipe! 💚
Awesome! I love ginger. I think I have only had masala chai.