A much-loved favorite, our CBD Chai Tea will help brighten the mind & soul without excessive caffeine. Each cup provides a deep, earthy, warm, and compelling drinking experience that’s more spicy than sweet. A touch of vanilla rounds out each sip with light sweetness guaranteed to delight!
What does Chai CBD Taste Like?
Earthy and floral aroma full-bodied with a blend of ginger, cloves, nutmeg, black pepper, anise, and vanilla, our Chai Awakening CBD tea has an indulgent flavor and complex characteristics. It is more spicy than sweet and can be brewed multiple times for varying flavor and taste profiles.
Tasting Notes: Spiced tea, clove, cinnamon, smoky black tea, nutmeg
The Benefits of CBD Chai
Chai is a wellness tea combining nutrient-rich spices with antioxidant-rich tea varieties. It’s both an enjoyable beverage and a fantastic way to supplement your diet with additional sources of nutrition.
Chai comes from the Hindi meaning tea (so saying “Chai tea” is a bit redundant). In Western cuisine, Chai often follows the recipe’s roots, using black tea mixed with spices and milk. However, it’s common to come across extra sweet Chai varieties in most coffee shops and tea stores, usually in latte form. At its roots, though, Chai is fragrant and spicy tea or Masalai chai.
We use Darjeeling Tea in our CBD Chai Tea. Darjeeling Tea is cultivated in Darjeeling or Kalimpong Districts in West Bengal, India. It has an earthy aroma and a full-bodied flavor. Meaning Land of the Thunderbolt, it is initially derived from the Tibetan words Dorge. Darjeeling is a black tea made from younger leaves and buds which contain more caffeine than older and more mature tea leaves. It shares many of the same benefits as black tea. Like Assam, Darjeeling is rich in antioxidants, flavonoids, and other vitamins and minerals.
In addition to Darjeeling, The Brothers’ Chai CBD tea contains a wide variety of herbs and spices, including ginger, cinnamon, cloves, cardamom, nutmeg, and vanilla. Each of these spices has unique nutritional constituents, including antioxidant-rich clove and ginger to the calming aroma of vanilla bean. We’re proud to offer a Chai variety that does not include added sugars, sweeteners, or fillers that mask the taste of the traditional spices.
When should I drink Chai Awakening?
Because of the caffeine, we recommend starting your morning with our Chai Awakening or enjoying it for a little boost of energy throughout the afternoon. Remember, each bag can be used up to 2-3 times (and be sure to press and massage the bag with a spoon for maximum benefit!)
- Est. 50-60MG Per Tea Bag (Full Spectrum). Batches vary.
- Contains caffeine
- 3 and 20 packs are available
- Contains coconut milk (used as a lipid to increase CBD absorption)
Hemp (cannabis sativa)
Our Oregon-grown hemp is USDA Organic Certified and 3rd-Party Tested farms.
Tea is cultivated in Darjeeling or Kalimpong Districts in West Bengal, India—distinct and popular black tea with a full body.
Pungent, woodsy & slightly spicy. Cinnamon a traditionally popular ingredient that complements many dishes & drinks.
Intense, piney, & slightly fruity with a touch of sweetness. Some menthol characteristics, with many health benefits.
A distinctive spice with a nutty, spicy aroma. Delicious and versatile with woodsy, savory characteristics.
Sharp and poignant, Black Pepper’s punch comes from high piperine content, an alkaloid—Woodsy, piney, and hot.
Spicy ginger root is commonly used to relieve occasional aches & pains and support healthy digestion. A fiery flavor profile that warms and settles.
A robust and hot spice that’s similar to cinnamon. Clove is also high in antioxidants.
An aromatic spice with a licorice flavor. Anise is used in cooking around the world, and it also is rich in many nutrients.
A popular fall flower, Chrysanthemum (a.k.a Mums), has been used in Chinese recipes for centuries to support healthy rest and relaxation.
Vanilla Bean Extract
Certified organic vanilla essence. Sourced from vanilla bean that is free from solvents, artificial preservatives, synthetic emulsifiers, and artificial processing aids.
Coconut Milk Powder
Freshly pressed coconut milk. Supports cannabinoid bioavailability. Rich in iron, fiber & magnesium, and antioxidants like selenium.
The root of the Cassava plant. Used to produce tapioca maltodextrin, which prevents caking & clumping.
A water-soluble dietary fiber exuded from the acacia tree.