Egg Nog Chai

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Black Tea
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Spicy, Cinnamon, Clove, Cream, Spices, Vanilla
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Edit tea info Last updated by Roswell Strange
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Boiling 2 min, 0 sec 12 oz / 354 ml

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From Blue Hour Tea

Our Egg Nog Chai is made using our unique blend of whole roasted spices, Assam Estate black tea and finally finished off with just the right amount of Agave Nectar. Our Egg Nog Chai is best brewed with milk.

200g resealable Stand-up Pouch
100% natural.
Proudly Blended and packed in Canada

Note: Our sticky tea blends can harden and/or settle over time, this is normal, due to the natural ingredients and will not affect the quality or flavour.

Brewing Directions For Home:

In a small sauce pan add in 1 cup of milk
Add 1 tbsp of Egg Nog Chai bring to a simmer
Strain through a fine sieve in to a mug. Enjoy!

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1119 tasting notes

Every time I would pass by the Blue Hour booth at the tea festival here, I would get a sample of their freshly steeped in soy milk chai. Seriously delicious.

I’ve been off dairy, except for the occasional tiny and brief indulgence, for months. I don’t tend to use dairy substitutes such as soy, almond, or coconut milks all that often, so I don’t usually keep them at home. All that is a preamble to say that I steeped this and am drinking it straight up and unsweetened. Despite the killer humidity out there still and yet again.

Straight up, this is a swift and hearty kick in the pants spiced slightly sweetened tea. Surprisingly delicious, even without something to make it creamy.

Flavors: Spicy

Boiling 2 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

Ooooooh, I may have to try and get my hands on some of this, I love egg nog.

Evol Ving Ness

It may not taste anything like eggnog unless you actually put eggnog in it.

Roswell Strange

Yay! I’m happy to see Sheldon’s company getting some love :)

Evol Ving Ness

I think they were a bit hit here at the festival. I certainly wasn’t the only one swarming them.

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11713 tasting notes

You know what the awkward part about craving a Chai when you’re not a fan of Chai is? That you literally only own one Chai tea. Ok, maybe two; but one is caffeine free and I NEED the caffeine right now. So options are limited; and I like having options…

But this is pretty good, and more than satisfying my cravings right now so I can accept that I was sort of strong armed into choosing this one to brew up. Drinking it hot, with quite a bit of added in coconut milk and it’s really lovely! Creamy, with light coconut notes from the milk and then lots of cinnamon, nutmeg, and clove delicousness. It’s also got lighter vanilla/custard notes – and then there’s the sweetness of the base assam tea itself. This one doesn’t always do it for me, but right now it’s exactly what I needed.

Also; pro tip – keep your infusion time short! This gets bitter quickly, so I’ve learned to lean towards less leaf and less infusion time and this change has done wonders to improving the flavour.


Damn, I actually just happened to walk past their booth at farmer’s market last Saturday but didn’t have the time to stop. Now if I can only get another Saturday off sometime soon so I can get some goods.

Roswell Strange

Ooh; that’s really cool you found them at the farmer’s market. One of the owners, Sheldon, was actually a classmate of mine for some of the Sommelier classes I’m taking – that’s how I found the company. If nothing else, I can assure you that the “sticky teas” they sell are different than anything else you’ve ever tried. Weird; but different.


Yeah! I remember you mentioned him when you first started talking about these teas but I never made a connection until now.

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