Chai Tea: Top Picks of Organic Loose Leaf Blends for Fall 2023

Cozy Fall Chai Teas

As the days grow shorter and the air turns crisp, there’s nothing quite as comforting as a warm cup of Chai Tea to embrace the essence of fall. The season’s vibrant colors and cozy atmosphere make it the perfect time to explore the world of Organic Loose Leaf Chai Blends, a cup of Chai in hands.

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Herbal Classic Chai, Loose Leaf Tea, Davidson’s Organics

This Herbal Classic Chai (Loose Leaf) combines robust spices with a base of sweet, earthy Rooibos. Davidson’s Herbal Classic Chai (Loose Leaf) is a spicy herbal blend with a touch of natural sweetness, provided by the Rooibos.


  • Organic Rooibos
  • Organic Chamomile
  • Organic Carob
  • Organic Cinnamon
  • Organic Cloves
  • Organic Cardamom
  • Organic Orange Peel
  • Natural Flavor

How to Brew

Bring fresh, filtered water to a boil. Add 2 grams of tea to an infuser, or straight into an 8-oz. mug. Pour the heated water into the mug. Steep for 5-7 minutes. Strain tea leaves, or take out the infuser. Sip and enjoy your Chai.

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Herbal Classic Chai from Davidson’s Organics

Spicy Masala Chai Loose Leaf Tea Blend, Rishi Tea

From the producer of this Masala Chai Tea Loose Leaf Tea Blend:
“…Masala Chai is a classic style of black tea blended with traditional spices native to South and Southeast Asia. The tea base consists of a robust and malty Assam balanced with our new, lively Orange Pekoe from northern Thailand.

Spice is Nice!: Our recipe is unapologetically spicy yet balanced, highlighting aromatic Guatemalan cardamom, hot and citrusy ginger, and sweet cinnamon, with accents of pungent cracked black pepper and fragrant cloves.

Versatility is the Game: Designed to be brewed both straight up and via stove-top simmered the traditional way in water and milk often with a touch of sweetness.”


  • Organic Cardamom
  • Organic Ginger Root
  • Organic Cinnamon
  • Organic Black Tea
  • Organic Black Pepper
  • Organic Cloves
  • Organic Chili Pepper
  • Essential Oil of Ginger

Spicy Masala Chai from Rishi Tea & Botanicals

Pinky Up Vanilla Chai Loose Leaf Tea, Rooibos Tea with Spices

From the producer:
“ENJOY A FRESH TAKE ON THE CLASSIC COMBINATION OF VANILLA AND CHAI – Looking for that warm, cozy-in-a-cabin feeling? This Vanilla Chai tea will certainly point you in the right direction. Boil the kettle and relax with this comforting Rooibos tea.”

Whole leaf tea creates a better steeping experience, as water flows through the ingredients extracting more flavor, aroma, vitamins and minerals. The result is a richer tasting tea with complexity and depth.

How to Brew

Choose your favorite loose leaf tea infuser accessory, fill with Pinky Up tea and steep for 3-5 minutes using water at 200-201F. Each gift-able tin contains 25 servings. The resealable metal canister keeps your tea fresh.

Pinky Up Vanilla Chai – Rooibos Tea with Spices

Organic Chai Tea, Black Tea & Spices, Frontier Co-op

Frontier Co-op Organic Fair Trade-Certified Chai is a flavored tea beverage containing aromatic Indian spices, including black pepper, cardamom, and cinnamon. There are no artificial additives, and no chemicals are used at any step of the growing process.

Best uses:
Chai tea is great by itself, but it’s also a fantastic addition to lattes and desserts, like crème brulée.


  • Organic Fair Trade Certified black tea
  • Organic ginger
  • Organic Cinnamon
  • Organic Fennel Seed
  • Organic Cardamom
  • Organic Nutmeg
  • Organic Pepper
  • Organic Cloves

Organic Chai Black Tea & Spices

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