I could not drink this tea. It left a very bad aftertaste in my mouth, and this is definitely not my kind of tea. However, I’m used to green, white, and rooibos teas.
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“Sipdown #63 This is another one that’s over 2 years old and was stored with peppermint. Why do I do that to myself? Poor mishandled teas. :( I just didn’t know any better back then I guess. ...” Read full tasting note
“I've packed everything except for a few teas! I'm ready to move. My boyfriend and I finished up Spiced Apple Chai this morning.” Read full tasting note
“It's raining out (pouring, actually - all our chickens are huddled on the ground under the hutch. Why they don't go up into their nesting box is a mystery to me, but who can fathom the mind of a...” Read full tasting note
The classic combination of apples and spice are supremely enhanced in our Spiced Apple Chai. A lively blend of black tea, Masala spices and bright notes of crisp apple will delight your senses.
We suggest two heaping teaspoons per 6 oz up, boiling water for 5 minutes, Sugar, cream or soy milk if desired.
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Smells really good! Like apple cider. The taste doesn’t live up to it, & it has a kind of bitter aftertaste I don’t like at all — I tried a 2nd steeping at a lower temperature/shorter time because why not & it turned out marginally less horrifying, but I suspect it’s something about the particular mix of spices here that I’m not agreeing with
So many spices and appley goodness! It is like a perfect Apple cider with a Masala style zing. It is perfect for a cold morning. The aroma or both the leaves and the liquid is like autumn, all apples and warm spices. My only complaint is that the apple cider taste seems to drown out the tea making it more like drinking cider than tea. Delicious but not so much a tea experience as an apple one.
Definite holiday drink. The scent out of the bag is STRONG, but in the beverage the scent is not overpowering. The tastes you’d associate with chai are all there, along with apple and cinnamon, making the quintessential holiday beverage to keep you warm without resorting to alcohol or cider.
The cinnamon will prick you a bit in the back of your throat. Nice surprise.