“Siam Blend” Black Thai Tea Blend

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Siam Blend Black, an aromatic Thai tea blend based on a wild black tea collected by the local Lahu tribe in Fang province, reminiscent of Thai cuisine through an added blend of typical Thai food ingredients such as lemongrass, lime leaf, chili and ginger root.

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Siam Blend Black

A black Thai Tea Blend inspired by Thai Cuisine

Siam Blend Black: flavored Thai tea blend reminiscent of Thai food

In 2014, master tea blender Kenneth Rimdahl, an expert in the Hamburg school of tea blending and flavoring with 20 years of experience in his trade, has come to Chiang Mai to establish Monsoon Teas and bring new blessings to the teas of north Thailand with his art by developing a themed Thai tea blend line on the basis of north Thailand’s fine teas.

Siam Blend Black: aromatic flavored Thai tea blend in my tree

SiamTeas has started a cooperation with Kenneth and Monsoon Teas to create a dedicated line of flavored Thai tea blends, combining selected green, Oolong and black teas from north Thailand with local fruit, flowers herbs and spices and other natural aroma agents (essential oils) to reflect not only the character of Thai teas, but also the Thai culture and feel as a whole as well as particular theme aspects thereof. The resulting choice of eight flavored Siam/Monsoon Thai Tea Blends, which we proudly offer in Siam Tea Shop is a list of true masterpieces of artisan tea blending, conquering the heart of any tea lover or gourmet at first try, whether enjoyed hot or as a delicious and refreshing ice tea beverage.

Siam Blend Black: aromatic flavored thai black tea blend behind glass in my garden

Siam Blend Black is an aromatic tea blend inspired by Thai cuisine, and the result is highly reminiscent of the same indeed: each sip of this masterfully crafted tea will bring you right back to your last Thailand holiday and to those Tom Yam soups and Thai curries you’ve been savoring so much there.

Siam Blend Black, reminiscent of Thai cuisine with Thai spices, flowers and herbs

A black tea collected by members of the local Lahu mountain tribe from assamica tea trees growing semi-wild in Fang province, north Thailand, forms the basis of this artisan tea blend, while the skillful and well-dosed addition of typical Thai food flavors and ingredients* such as lemongrass, lime leaf, chili, and ginger root successfully aims at recreating the taste of the Thai culinary sphere.

Thai Black Tea Blend inspired by Thai cuisine

The resulting black Thai tea blend is a delicious stand-alone beverage with a spicy flavor accompanied by a taste body comprising of a spectrum of typical Thai food aromas that will not only bring back your sweetest memories of authentic Thai kitchen, but also secure full success as a surprise serving with your private circles and events.

Siam Blend Black Thai tea blend enjoyed as hot tea , with wet leaves at the side

Never been to Thailand before? Never mind,l now you’ll know how it tastes!

Siam Blend Black Thai Tea Blend enjoyed as refreshing ice tea

Preparation suggestions:

Pour 1 l boiling hot water (90°C-100°C) over 10 grams of Siam Blend Black dry tea leaves, best in a glass tea pot, and leave for 3-5 minutes. Then sieve and enjoy right away as a stimulating and aromatic hot tea or let cool down and/or add some ice cubes to receive a refreshing and invigorating ice tea beverage. When enjoyed as an ice tea, we recommend adding a slice of lemon and a bit of honey or rock sugar, while some splashes of lemon juice and some honey or rock candy are also a good option to further refine your hot tea’s taste experience .

Siam Blend Black Thai Tea Blend Ice Tea in a glass

* added flavors are  natural fruit, spices and herbs and their essential oils

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Weight N/A

50g, 100g

1 review for “Siam Blend” Black Thai Tea Blend

  1. KittyLovesTea

    The steeped tea liquid is dark brown and in colour and has the most amazing Thai scent I have ever smelled from a tea. It truly does smell like Thai green curry, or another similar dish. It’s spicy with citrus highs and a creamy under layer, before becoming spicy again. Wondrous indeed!

    The chilli burns the throat (well rather tingles than burns) and is quickly neutralised by a touch of cream and citrus (which matches the steeped smell) before becoming spicy again in the after taste. The chilli is definitely the main character and not for the faint hearted.

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