Baked Apple

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205 °F / 96 °C 6 min, 30 sec

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  • “Mmmm. Here's hoping this one comes back this winter. I still have a bit left in the tin and decided a cup of this would be the ticket. I used two teaspoons and have a pretty good ingredient...” Read full tasting note
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    Uniquity 688 tasting notes
  • “I can smell this tea from across the dining room table that I currently call my office. Baked apples were a frequent treat in my childhood home (core the apple, toss some butter, brown sugar and...” Read full tasting note
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    heatherwassing 69 tasting notes
  • “1.5 Tablespoons per 450mL water. (David'sTea recommends 2 teaspoons for 250mL water. I brew my tea pretty strong. This tisane needs the extra amount, too,) A beautiful tisane just to look at. I've...” Read full tasting note
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    MButlerHallett 511 tasting notes
  • “The smell of this tea is amazing! Cinnamon, apples...yum! Almost inspires me to start baking...almost. Used 3 tsp for 16 oz water, which is 1 less than the company recommends. Still, I'm...” Read full tasting note
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Hot from the oven
Let this blend of fruits, nuts and spices take you away to a more naturally delicious time, when people thought of apples as treats. Things may be different now, but sprinkle apples with cinnamon and brown sugar, add a dollop of butter and pop them in the oven and even the pickiest eaters still find them irresistible. This wintertime herbal perfectly captures that mouthwatering baked apple smell and flavour.

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688 tasting notes

Mmmm. Here’s hoping this one comes back this winter. I still have a bit left in the tin and decided a cup of this would be the ticket. I used two teaspoons and have a pretty good ingredient distribution (an issue with this tea). I only have one big piece of orange left in the tin though and I seem to be saving it for a special occasion. Anyway, after a ten minute steep this yielded a powerful and sweet liquor, reminiscent of apple cider but not quite as intense. Perhaps a diluted apple cider, like one might do for children (why are children’s juices watered down, anyway?) Yum!

Cattibrie

I don’t think it is coming back this winter. They have their voting right now for a tea to bring back and make permanent and it doesn’t include Chocolate Chili Chai as they are bringing it back with the winter teas (as I understand it anyway) and Baked Apple is one of the ones you can vote on.

DaisyChubb

Good eye Cattibrie, you sleuth!

Uniquity

I was pretty disappointed with the options for the ‘tea resurretion.’ Also surprised at some of the ones they discontinued that I didn’t even realize, lol. Thanks for pointing that out!

Cattibrie

I am voting daily for Pink Flamingo since it is the one that I can’t find a replacement for. Hope it can get through. If anyone is not interesting in voting for any of them please consider doing me a favour and vote for Pink Flamingo.

Uniquity

@Cattibrie – If you ever place an order with Joy’s Teaspoon try the Wellness tea. I found the two remarkably similar. That’s actually why I didn’t buy much Pink Flamingo as I had loads of Wellness already.

Cattibrie

Thanks for the suggestion Uniquity. I will go check it out.

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I can smell this tea from across the dining room table that I currently call my office. Baked apples were a frequent treat in my childhood home (core the apple, toss some butter, brown sugar and cinnamon in the hole, nuke it for however long), and this smells EXACTLY the same, down to the buttery tones.
I’m always surprised by how clear this tea winds up steeping, even though I pretty much doubled the dosage to nearly 1tbsp and steeped it for the top end of the suggestion (7 minutes).
Ooh, that’ll do. You can taste the spices almost individually. And they stay powery on your tongue in the aftertaste. Steeping this one stupid-heavy makes it very, very nice.
Me likey!

Preparation
Boiling 7 min, 0 sec
Kristin

I can’t wait to try this one. It’s on its way to my house.

heatherwassing

This is a winter tea! How did you get it?

heatherwassing

Well, I’ll be.

Kristin

I’m guessing it’s there until they run out. There are only a couple of winter teas listed and the new spring teas are on there.

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1.5 Tablespoons per 450mL water. (David’sTea recommends 2 teaspoons for 250mL water. I brew my tea pretty strong. This tisane needs the extra amount, too,)

A beautiful tisane just to look at. I’ve given serious thought to buying some just to have out in a bowl as potpourri, or in a clear jar for display.

Lovely chunks of apple and extremely fresh and fragrant cinnamon stick. A few peppercorns and four gorgeous green pods — caradmom? I brewed this completely loose, no bag or filter, as I wanted to watch it steep.

At 5 min, most of the tisane is still floating. Liquor is cloudy and pale. The aroma, my mother-in-law assures me, IS baked apples. Just like her mother made on cold days, with butter, brown sugar, cinnamon, nuts and raisins. This tisane has, in fact, scented the entire top floor of my house and beats even my good Pumpkin Spice Colonial Candle.

The taste? Red apples. You can even taste the peel. Red apples and sweet spices. (And no hibiscus! Yay!) Delicious. A very special tisane.

If you opt not to use a filter, you will have to sip around/through the ingredients floating on top. Just so ya know. The frugal amongst us may even scoop out the steeped tisane to mix into oatmeal later.

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec
Michelle Butler Hallett

Oh, forgot to add: drunk without milk or sweetener. This tisane is quite sweet on its own, but not sickeningly so.

Michelle Butler Hallett

After about 8 min, the apple pieces are soft enough to eat. I highly recommend you do so — it would be such a waste to just throw them out.

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The smell of this tea is amazing! Cinnamon, apples…yum! Almost inspires me to start baking…almost.

Used 3 tsp for 16 oz water, which is 1 less than the company recommends. Still, I’m finding that, even though it is disturbingly pale, the taste is strong and true. Red Delicious apple and cinnamon. Tastes like a liquid apple crisp, and even has a crusty/crumbly taste to it. Yum!

David’s Tea certainly knows what they’re doing! The more I try from them, the more I love it!

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more

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David’s Tea! I am impressed.

I’ve tried three of their Holiday teas tonight, and each has been delicious and remarkable on its own merits. I wasn’t sure about ending the night with this, but now I’m glad I did! It’s perfectly sweet and cider-like. This was another tea that I loved to look at in the tin.

A bit like David’s Forever Nuts, with a nice apple-cinnamon edge to it.

Preparation
Boiling 7 min, 0 sec
Michelle Butler Hallett

I just read about this one on the David’s site yesterday … the anise stopped me, as I really don’t care for it, but I might buy a sacrifical amount to store in a clear jar just for looks. Do you taste much anise?

Beckara

You know, I didn’t really. But then, I don’t hate anise, so I might not have picked it out as easily or as readily as someone who doesn’t like it. I’m going to drink the tea again today, and I’ll get back to you on whether or not I can taste it. I’ll look for it. But, seeing as it’s something with such a strong flavour, I’ll say that is enough going on in the tea that you won’t notice it.

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Backlogging – I had this tea last night. It smells great in the bag. Once brewed it still smells great but it is a little weak. It tastes like walnuts and granny smith apples. The walnut flavor is strong and the apple flavor is weak. I will try more tea and a longer steep next time and see how it goes. I still liked it even though it was a bit weak.

2 tsp/12 oz for 8 min at boiling.

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 8 min or more

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Wow, I actually finished a bag of tea! It’s been pretty unseasonably warm, but at least today was windy. I figured I should use this up before winter is totally over and it gets pushed even further back in the cupboard.

I also wanted something that would make me sleepy so I simmered all I had left of this (about 4 tsp?) in almost two cups of unsweetened vanilla almond milk with a bit of light cream in hopes of making its texture more like milk. I also added several cloves, cardamom pods, a few pieces of cinnamon bark, and a tiny dash of ginger.

Awesome! Much better than any other time I had made this tea. I always wanted to like it as the taste is nice and the smell is awesome, but the flavour wasn’t very full on its own. This way, I got lots of the nice baked apple taste but the spices were ramped up.

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Mmm baked apples on a stormy day? I’m in!

The huge chunks of ingredients make this tea gorgeous to look at! And it smells just as divine.

This tea suggests using 2 tsp per cup, so I intend to try steeping it again.
The first steep of this tea, the actual color seems strangely pale. It almost seems like it should be considered a white tea instead of a green tea.
However, the flavor of the tea is bold and delicious. The spices accent the apple flavor to create an overall warmth to the tea, while the nuts add an underlying depth that complements perfectly. I’m definitely catching a fresh apple tang at the end too, which keeps this tea refreshing while keeping you toasty warm.

Preparation
Boiling 7 min, 0 sec

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This tea isn’t bad, but it’s no Apple Pie (I think that’s what it was… it’s discontinued now). It just isn’t as good as I was expecting. Not bad, but not amazing.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 6 min, 0 sec

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I had such high hopes for this tea!! Cooked apples are a dessert that I cannot get enough of, and I rarely have them… so when I saw this tea, tempting me with its fragrant apple and cinnamon bits (and orange/grapefruit?? I did not expect that) I was ready for a taste of apple bliss. Except when I tasted it after what seemed like an exceptionally long time cooling and also steeping ( it retains heat for a while) for lack of a garbage receptacle where the bag could go, which could be the cause of my dislike here. Anyhow, it tasted just like Tim Horton’s Apple and Spice tea!!!! Ugh, if I wanted that, I would go to Tim’s….
I do taste the citrus though, in the finish and aftertaste. At first I disliked the bitterness but then I found it’s the only thing that sets the tea apart from Tim’s tea and I grew to not mind it, and maybe even like it… Now that I think about it, creating a unique apple tea would be rather difficult. bah!
Also, it tastes awful cold, like spiced apple juice or cider—which I am not a fan of unless it’s done really well…. so it must be drunk quickly, in that fleeting space of time where it isn’t too hot, or too cold. Don’t try this at work! Not if you’re as busy as I am ha!
I would be interested to see what it tastes like iced. It would be refreshing, I think.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 6 min, 0 sec

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