Organic black tea (tin)

Exotic chai spices, creamy sarsaparilla, dark cocoa shells, and a touch of caramel playfully enhance this antioxidant-rich black tea. Enjoy on its own, or brew it strong and add a splash of milk and honey to enhance the dessert-like character. To brew a decadent, spiced chai latte, gently simmer 1 heaping tablespoon of tea, ¾ cup water, and ¼ cup milk for 5 minutes. Strain and sweeten to taste. Rich, buttery, and delicious!

NET WT (per tin): 2.25 (64 g)


Organic black tea (tin)

  • Organic black tea
  • Organic ginger
  • Organic cardamom
  • Organic cinnamon
  • Organic cocoa shells
  • Organic sarsaparilla root
  • Organic coconut
  • Natural caramel and vanilla flavors

This tea is USDA Certified Organic.


Organic black tea (tin)

This signature, Octavia Tea blend is made with a base tea from Yunnan, China. This premium quality black tea is made with a “broken pekoe” leaf-grade, which increases the tea’s strength and body.


Our elegant, embossed tin is designed to keep tea fresh and full of flavor.

Each tin of Salted Caramel Chai holds approximately 36 teaspoons (12 tablespoons) of loose tea. The number of servings-per-tin varies depending upon the type of tea, leaf size, cup size and desired strength (amount of tea used).

The tin itself measures 6.25 inches tall, 2.75 inches wide and 2 inches deep. Although one tin holds 16 fluid ounces by volume, the actual ounce weight of the tea within varies depending on the density of each specific tea.



  1. Dessert in a cup

    Posted by N/A on 5th Dec 2019

    I'm not sure about any one taste, but blended together this cup of tea is decadent with honey and milk. Dessert in a cup. Rivals French Breakfast.

  2. A delicious chai, but the name is inaccurate.

    Posted by C B on 15th Jun 2019

    I thought I'd take the opportunity on this brisk windy June day to steep up some chai. I love chai and salted caramel so this sounds interesting. The ingredients are finely chopped to maximize the flavors: a broken pekoe black tea from Yunnan, tons of spices, and some odd ingredients like coconut, cocoa shells and sarsaparilla root. The directions say I should boil the tea directly in a pan with milk and water, but I'm just steeping it like a traditional tea, in an infuser with a full mug of water. No milk or sweeteners of any kind. It's how I like my chai anyway. I was questioning how these ingredients would taste like Salted Caramel and it doesn't really taste like that to me. It tastes like a traditional chai, emphasis on raisin notes, with plenty of sarsaparilla, both in the dry leaf and the flavor. I think it's the perfect strength black tea for the flavors. It tastes more like root beer than salted caramel but I can't usually complain about any chai. Chai was the first tea I tried and I usually enjoy every cup of chai I have. Some points are taken off this one for the inaccurate name.
    Steep #1 // 1 1/2 teaspoons for a full mug // 18 minutes after boiling // 2 minute steep
    Steep #2 // just boiled // 3-4 minute steep

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