I smelled the dry tea, and couldn’t for the life of me figure out what it smelled like, so I can’t describe the smell. Once steeped, it does have an apple smell.
I tried it straight first, and it does have a light, apple cider taste to it, with a bit of orange coming out at the end. The flavours mask the grassy taste that guayusa usually has.
It’s ok, but I think I’m going to try adding a touch of sugar to it.
I like it a bit better with sugar, but I think that I prefer Butiki’s Tangerine Creamsicle and Good Morning Sunshine blens to this one.