Apple Cider

Tea type
Herbal Tea
Ingredients
Apple, Cinnamon, Clove, Hibiscus, Lemon Peel, Licorice Root, Natural Apple Flavor, Orange Peel, Rose Hips
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Caffeine
Caffeine Free
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Average preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 30 sec 12 oz / 354 ml

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  • “I can’t believe I’ve not logged this one yet…I know I’ve had it. Anyway, I brewed a strong cup of this up this afternoon. It went at least 10 minutes (one of the plant...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I have been on hiatus for a bit, because I graduated with my bachelors! Now I have to find a job and begin the process for grad school applications. Oh joy! So I wouldn’t have...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I don’t know why I haven’t logged this tea yet! Big thanks to Jaime for a few bags of this tea. I had another crazy day at work and needed something to help me unwind...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Ooh, I really like this one. It’s more appley than spicy, but in a good way. It tastes like real apple cider. If I had more, I would definitely let it steep longer, however. It’s...” Read full tasting note
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Spiced Apple Cider Herb Tea

Crisp and tangy apples meet sweet spices in this all natural herbal brew. A medley of seasonal flavors, our blend will delight your senses. Enjoy a steaming cup for a soul warming treat reminiscent of cool autumn days.

Steep 4 minutes

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I was feeling lazy this morning about tea prep so I wanted something that looked like an easy steeper. Found this in my ever growing tea stash.

It’s the perfect tea for this chilly morn. Apple and spice notes spot on. I wish I had added a touch of sweetener, I think it would have popped a bit more, but as is, was still very tasty.

Thanks for the sample Gmathis!

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It’s pretty hard to ruin a Bigelow :) Hope all is well.

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All is good, thank you for asking :)

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Pretty solid fall tea. The cinnamon is a perfect balance (take note, Celestial Seasonings) and the apple comes out as the dominant flavor. Smells delicious and tastes delicious too!

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This is a waaaaay back backlog. I had a bit of a sore throat one night and thought this would be the perfect thing before bed. No caffeine and nice spices that I associate with cold weather and comfort.

It did the trick helping my throat and I enjoyed the spices, but I didn’t get tons of Apple taste from it like some folks did. I did taste the hibiscus for sure, much more than getting apple flavor, but that is okay because the spices were right on.

Thank you, GMathis!

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Sipdown!! (161)

Thank you Allie for the chance to try this tea. As I brewed it up, I immediately noticed the pink color that really only comes from one thing…hibiscus. Checking the ingredients list only confirmed my suspicions. So sipping on the tea now, I am getting a lot of hibiscus, a hint of apple, and some strange combination of spices. It is really a weird cup and not one I intend to have ever again.

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Oh, I keep trying to like this one! Bought a box of it about a week ago and I’ve used 6 of the tea bags so far. When consumed without any sweetener, it’s pretty sour, like most fruit teas. The apple flavor is kind of there for me, but I mostly taste cinnamon. Although I adore cinnamon in recipes, for some reason I’m not especially fond of cinnamon in tea. Tea companies seem to put too much of it in their blends and it ends up tasting like those awful cinnamon pine cones at the store smell. There are some other spice flavors in there, but the main things are a slightly unpleasant sourness and the strong cinnamon. Tonight I tried it with a bit of sweetener and it did bring out the apple flavor more, but this still is not my favorite. For some reason I keep finding myself drinking it though so I’m sure I’ll finish the box! Just might not buy it again.

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I really didn’t care for this one. To me, it didn’t taste anything like apple cider…just hibiscus. I prepared it without any sugar, so I will give it another shot with sugar, and see how it goes. I’m not hopeful. :(

I really wanted to like this tea!!!

Preparation
5 min, 0 sec

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Found this at Market Basket today! I’m so happy. I love this one.

The hibiscus somehow manages to taste good with the cinnamon and the lemon peel. This tea really does taste like apple cider! Bigelow captured the texture and consistency of it perfectly. It’s sweet without being sugary-sweet.

I can’t wait to drink this more once the leaves have changed color!

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It’s not offensive – in fact it does not have the overpowering clove flavor that most hot apple ciders have. However, it didn’t hit the mark with me. Also, why the soy lecithin Bigelow?

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Not bad, but given the choice I think I’d rather have the real thing. However, if I’m traveling in the fall, this would be nice to have on hand. It has a wonderful smell. Definitely steep it for as long as your patience allows, though.

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 6 min, 0 sec

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