Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Chaibecca

I’ve recently had the pleasure of sampling a new chai tea mix from Chaibecca.

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This Indian style Masala Chai comes in four blends – Creator’s Blend, Rooibos Mountain Chai, Ginger Root Chai and Vanilla Bean Chai.

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 The chai is quick and easy to prepare.  Since I love ginger, the Ginger Root Chai was the first blend I made. 

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There was a lovely spicy fragrance as the mixture came to the boil.  I  prepared the mix without sugar and added honey after straining the chai into my teacup.

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The flavor of the Assam tea mixed with ginger, cardamom, pepper and allspice is really delectable.  The Creator’s Blend was also yummy and I’m certain that the others will be tasty as well.

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It’s nice to know that you can quickly prepare a cup of chai from a mix that doesn’t contain any artificial fillers, sweeteners or preservatives. 

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As it states on the Chaibecca packaging “it’s TEAriffic”.

8 comments:

Angela McRae said...

I haven't heard of these but I'll have to be on the lookout now!

Marilyn said...

Yummm! Love most chai's. I have a mix I just made and need to try it out. You and Angela both are inspiring me to have some chai today.

Anonymous said...

These Chai's are delicious! Subtle and smooth. Great product.

Rosemary said...

There is something so soothing about a good cup of chai, isn't there!?

Antiques And Teacups said...

That's interesting...haven't seen that one. Have been drinking Stash Black Chia lately which I really like. Will have to look for that.
Ruth

Rebecca said...

Maureen... Thanks for the kind words about Chaibecca! I'm so happy you are enjoying my blends. I just wanted to make sure people who are looking for Chaibecca know it can only be found at Chaibecca.com

Steph said...

I met the owner of this company in Denver recently...you can see their cool car and bike here:

http://stephcupoftea.blogspot.com/2011/11/denver.html

Steph said...

OK, maybe you already saw this b/c you left a comment. ;-) Either way, isn't it a great name!

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