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Now happy hour can be enjoyed any time of day with this delightful green tea twist on one of our most beloved after-five libations. This light and delicious tea’lixir is fresh and engaging on the palate with its slightly tart green apple flavor and its sweet, crisp finish.

Water Temperature: 180-185 F degrees
Steep Time: 3 minutes
Caffeine Content: Medium
Suggested Serving Size: 1 tsp/8oz
Ingredients: Organic Green Rooibos, Organic Yunwu, Organic Apple Bits, Organic Cinnamon, Organic Ginger, Organic Cornflower, Natural Flavors
Origin: Art of Tea Blend

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Art of Tea is a tea importer and wholesaler based in Los Angeles, California. We hand blend and custom craft the world’s finest organic teas and botanicals. Our teas are carefully selected directly from growers, each one offering a unique story.

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1220 tasting notes

So I coldbrewed this for a really long time. It didn’t make it gross or anything though. It’s a lot like an apple pie herbal with a bit of rooibos in it. It’s not bad. It’s a bit more cinnamon flavored than I’d really want in an iced tea.

This really is the only Art of Tea sample I bought that I have even slightly enjoyed.

The problem is though that its name has a cocktail connotation, as does the description, and the tea does not match it whatsoever.


I ran into the same thing. I bought it for cold steeping because appletini, right?! Then it’s all apple cider and no appletini. D:

Shaya Weinberger

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615 tasting notes

I really thought I had more of this, but this was a sipdown this morning.

With the green rooibos in there, it’s really easy to forget it’s rooibos based at all. It’s so much more mild and less medicinal than it’s red counterpart. This was a welcome cider-y today — warming and calming. It’s very cinnamon-y with a touch of apple and ginger.

I still think it’s named all wrong.

I wish it had crossed my mind to put a bit of vanilla bean in here to get an apple cider a la mode thing going on.

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Sounds quite good, actually! I’m on such an apple kick right now :P
Love the name.

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2148 tasting notes

Happy Black Friday everyone! I reached my Black Friday goal so I decided to pull out some of the new teas that came in this month, moraiwe sent me this during round two of Secret Pumpkin. This is such a fun fall themed tea, thank you for sending it to me.

I wish I would have tried this before I placed my order last night because I really enjoyed this. The round two theme was fall and I would say moraiwe nailed this perfectly, this absolutely reminds me of fall. It tastes somewhat like a less sweet version of the apple cider I buy from our local orchard for my husband. This really appeals to me because the main reason I don’t care for apple cider is that I find it to be overly sweet. This I can sweeten just a little bit if I’m in the mood for something sweet or drink it as is, either way it was enjoyable.

I love that this has a green rooibos base since I prefer it over red rooibos, I just wish it resteeped better. I tried a second steep, but it was really watery and I dumped it out. This wasn’t entirely unexpected, I find that many rooibos blends are good for one steep only.

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1433 tasting notes

Drank this tonight at Tealips, a local bubble tea place that I love. It’s called Green Rooibos and Apple there, however. I wrote down the ingredients and easily found that, and three teas I bought, on here as Art of Tea.

I was really excited about this blend. Yunwu? Cool! Unfortunately, something was really off with this for me. Something floral and just plain wrong. Bitter. Chemical-y. I had two sips and had to dump it.

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