CAFFEINE LEVEL: Low
STEEP at 190° for 3-4 minutes.
INGREDIENTS: Ginger root, lemongrass, cinnamon bark, white tea, pineapple pieces, cloves, dried coconut, cardamom, red peppercorn, apple pieces, natural spice flavor, and natural cinnamon flavor.
What is white tea?
White tea is known for its delicate and subtle flavor profile. It has a refreshing and light taste that is perfect for those who prefer a milder tea experience. The unique blend of white tea in our White Chai Tea adds a whole new dimension to the traditional chai tea.
The addition of lemongrass, apple pieces, and pineapple pieces brings a burst of fruity sweetness to the blend. These flavors are carefully balanced with the warmth and depth of ginger root, cinnamon bark, cloves, dried coconut, cardamom, and natural spices. The result is a harmonious combination of sweet and spicy notes that dance on your taste buds.
One of the standout features of our White Chai Spice is the kick of peppercorn. It adds a subtle zing to the tea, elevating the overall flavor profile and giving it a unique twist. The peppercorn also contributes to the chai spice finish, leaving a lingering warmth and satisfaction after each sip.
Now, let's talk about white tea itself. It is harvested from young leaves or minimally processed leaves of the Camellia Sinensis plant. These leaves are known for their silvery-white hairs, which give them a distinct appearance. When brewed, white tea takes on a pale yellow color, which is a delight to behold.
The light-bodied nature of white tea allows the flavors of the other ingredients in our White Chai Spice blend to shine through. It creates a perfect canvas for the fruity and spicy elements to come together in harmony. Whether you enjoy it hot or iced, this unique blend is sure to please your palate and provide a refreshing and satisfying tea experience.
What is the difference between white and black tea?
The flavor of white tea can be described as silky and sweet and is very mild compared to black tea. White tea also will not have the grassy flavor often associated with green tea.
Does White Chai tea have caffeine?
Any tea that comes from the Camellia Sinensis plant contains caffeine. However, White Chai Spice, which is a blended tea, contains a low level of caffeine compared to that of an unblended white tea.
Using fully boiling water to brew white tea or brewing white tea for more than five minutes will increase the level of caffeine in your cup. We recommend using water that's 190 degrees Fahrenheit or lower and brewing for three to four minutes, five minutes at most.
TEA TIP: If you are concerned with caffeine levels, re-brew the same leaves a second time. The flavor will be a little less intense with a second infusion, but the caffeine level is also reduced.