Traditionally, Chai is a brewed beverage combining flavor rich spices and black tea with milk and a sweetener. Uncle Lee's Orange Ginger Chai (pronounced "cheye") is a unique blend of traditional East Indian spices and "rooibos," an herb that tastes like black tea, has anti-oxidant properties similar to green tea and is naturally caffeine free! Enjoy this Orange Ginger Chai with its warm, invigorating blend of special spices and hint of orange peel. Uncle Lee's Chai is naturally sweet so you can avoid the extra calories of sugar or honey. Made with 100% organic ingredients.
- Air-tight foil wrapped tea bags for highest quality of freshness
- Individually wrapped and Kosher certified
- Contents: 18 bags/box
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Chantale: more than a year ago
I wish the ingredients had been listed... if I had known there was stevia in the tea I wouldn't have bought it. I really don't care for the stevia taste. Orange and sweet spices are plenty sweet for me. This is definitely more of a chinese take on chai tea which could be very interesting and exciting, but the stevia for my taste buds is overwhelming and I can't taste anything else.
Rose: more than a year ago
I love this tea! I haven't been able to find it for years and one night I googled it and was delighted to find it on the Well.ca site. The mix of flavours is just right and best of all it can be brewed before bed and won't keep you up. The all natural organic ingredients is a bonus.
Chelsea: more than a year ago
I really wanted to like this tea but it tasted like an orange peko with cinammon and orange in it, it was not very good to me at all not at all like the chai i'm used to much prefer stash vanilla chai decaf to this one. However if you like orange peko then you will definately like this. It also has chickori root in it which I did not know when I bought it because I hate it so if you don't like it either than don't buy this tea. Gave it 3 stars for all organic ingredients and because I'm sure most people will like it just not for me sadly :(
Sandi: more than a year ago
I tried this today for the first time. I brewed it for 4 minutes as per the box instruction. The flavour is mil and I'm used to a stronger Chai taste. A nice simple spice flavour. I added vanilla flavoured creamer (powdered) to the tea along with some skim milk and it was nice.