Well, the look of this tea is fascinating, with all the chunks and bits in it of the various ingredients. I can definitely smell the caramel in the dry tea, though not much of the apple.
Adding sugar and milk to this tea (because it’s a dessert tea, because it’s a black tea, because I just ate a raspberry white chocolate scone and I’m primed for sweetness) so it’s obviously bringing the flavours out more than it would otherwise. It smells perfumey, like some other reviewers mentioned and it tastes a bit perfumey too, and that takes away from the niceness of this tea. I can still taste the caramel and some of the apple though, so it does have it’s redeeming qualities. An okay blend but I won’t be reordering.