With a name like Forever Nuts I did imagine that this tea would contain more nuts than what it actually does. In appearance it is the same colour and consistently of chopped nuts which I suppose aids it’s name.
The apple pieces are tough and very dry which does not look very fresh. I can only spot a small amount of almond and cinnamon bark in the blend. Not very impressive so far. The smell is subtle with tones of dark spicy fruit at it’s best/strongest.
Once steeped the tea is deep pink in colour with a sweet, creamy and nutty scent. Like roasted almonds.
Hmmm… this is an… interesting… flavour. It tastes nutty, dry, sweet, fruity and tangy. I can’t taste any cinnamon or spice which was prominent in the raw scent. Every sip is a little different: fruit, nuts, candy, cake.
I’m still unsure about this one… it’s just different and I cannot decide if it’s a positive thing or not. My husband is undecided too.