I drink about a gallon of this tea every day! The blend of flavors is wonderful, and it's bumped all of my other teas for morning, noon, and after-dinner. Sometimes I throw in a little bit of Cherry Goddess or Spicy Pear or almost anything vanilla - I haven't found a combination I don't like!
by Christian Figueroa
My go to morning tea it does require a longer brew but if you do that with a little agave or honey to add some warm notes its superb
by Samantha C.
This is my newest addiction...as someone who loves earl great and other black teas but can no longer drink caffeine, I was mourning the loss of those drinks. This has taken away my longings and more than satisfied my thirst, both hit and cold. Truly delicious!
One of my favorites from Tealyra! The coconut goes great with the chai flavor and adds just a bit of sweetness.
Beautiful by itself or with a spoon of coconut cream. My favourite.
by Rafael Neville
I agree with some other comments.
It's a nice Rooibos, with a ginger kick.
Vainilla and coconut are inexistent to the taste.
As with all Tealyra teas I've bought, the quality is excellent, so no complaints there. However, I do want to stress that by far the dominant flavor in this tea is cinnamon and ginger. Coconut and Vanilla are definitely secondary. I personally also didn't end up finding the combination to be very good. I thought the sharp flavors might work well with the smoother coconut vanilla, but now having had it I don't think that's the case. Just my 2 cents, though.
I'm very disappointed by this tea. The name is Coconut Vanilla Chai - there is no vanilla at all, I can see the coconut but the flavor does not come through at all and I get none of the typical Chai notes. This tea should be called Spicy Ginger - ginger dominates the smell & taste of this tea. It's a good tea as long as I think of it as Spicy Ginger, when I'm in the mood for Coconut Vanilla Chai - this isn't it.