I’ve been in China for the last four years and I’ve only been able to sample a few teas from the country’s tea region, but they have a very high-quality product.
The quality is not cheap, but it’s there.
For example, I recently sampled the new Chai Tea Latte from Beijing-based Changsha Tea.
It’s an all-natural tea brewed from the leaves of a plant that was historically a tea-producing region in China.
It has a slightly bitter taste and a creamy texture, but that’s a pretty standard, low-priced tea that can be found anywhere.
This is one of the best tasting tea I’ve had from China.
The price point of a traditional Chinese tea is around $20-25, so the Chai Latte is a great deal.
The flavor of the tea is a blend of floral and earthy notes that’s balanced by a creamy, nutty sweetness.
It tastes very rich, and the taste is a little sweeter than you’d expect, but the bitterness is still there.
I was pleasantly surprised.
The taste is very rich and creamy and there’s not a ton of bitterness.
There are some herbal notes, but you don’t get a lot of fruitiness.
The consistency is smooth, and I can barely taste any of the sweet or sour notes.
There’s a subtle pepper, but not a lot.
The latte is really good, and it’s a good choice for a beginner to try tea, and an excellent pick-up for those who want a latte that tastes like a traditional tea.
You can get the Chay Tea Lattes at your local Chinese grocery store, but Changsha is a better source.