Nuxalbari Estate Masala Chai Organic

4.5 star average rating
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Located in the Dooars region at the southern edge of Darjeeling district, the Nuxalbari Estate is a tea garden dedicated to the safety of Asian elephants and their environments. A warm spicy aroma starts off an outstanding Masala Chai experience. The deep copper cup of this organic premium black tea is rich and sweet with a cardamom-forward flavor profile, supported by zesty hints of ginger, warming cinnamon and a snap of clove. The finish is long and lingering.

Steeping Suggestions

Leaf Quantity: 2.25 g/6oz cup
Steep Time: 3 min.
Water Temperature: 212 degrees (boiling)

Ingredients

loose leaf black tea, ginger, cardamom, cinnamon and clove
Nuxalbari Estate Masala Chai Organic Reviews
4.5 star average rating
Overall Rating: 4.5 / 5.0 (based on 3 reviews)

  • Reordering another bag of this tea!
  • 5 star rating
  • Tomoe – MA – June 11, 2021
  • I'd never made a cup of Chai Tea before, so I decided to detour from my regular (Earl Gray and Rooibos). It was pleasantly good. Not overpowering spice, but still there. Just the right amount of spice for me. I only ordered 100g to try for the first time, which went gone in a few days...lol. I'm back to order more of this!
  • Delicious and not too spicy
  • 5 star rating
  • Lisa – NJ – June 08, 2021
  • I was looking for something to replace Melange de Chamonix (out of stock). Since M de C contains cardamom, I was intrigued by the cardamom forward description of this tea. So glad I tried it! I'm not a fan of traditional chai blends and find them overwhelmingly spicy. This is a lovely, elegant chai. Really fragrant and warming. Not jolting.
  • Not spicy enough for me
  • 3 star rating
  • Michelle – CO – April 05, 2021
  • This was too light on spices for me, and may appeal to those who prefer a tea-forward rather than spice-forward masala chai. I didn't dislike it, but prefer the traditional chai masala from Upton.
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