Tea eggs are a traditional snack in China. Our spin on these cute marbled eggs is to simmer them in spicy chai. These hard-boiled eggs, steeped in black tea with cinnamon, cloves and anise, make a special treat. The spiciness of
Chinese black teas are mellow, pleasant and full-bodied. They have a remarkable sweetness, and are unlikely to become bitter. China is exalted as the birthplace of tea. The country's expansive borders include many regions that produce distinct styles of black tea.