Reminds me of an apple cider, but with green tea. I liked it a lot.
“And another sipdown! I'm so excited for all the new teas that it's easy to work on moving some of the old! This one was ok, but not my favourite. (73)” Read full tasting note
“Sipdown! Currently enjoying this with the entire family. We added spiced rum t it and I think it enhances the flavor. ” Read full tasting note
“Finishing this...I threw out some less than savory in age/smell teas in the meantime...oh yeah and then found my hot water heater soaked the floor of my pantry. Of course after I get an illicit...” Read full tasting note
“The cinnamon/apple aroma from this tea is a fair bit more powerful than that from Hot Toboggan, although I’m not really getting any crust aroma… but the flavour is a different story. Immediately...” Read full tasting note
It’s like going home
This tea will bring you right back to your childhood. Thanks to the spicy aroma of cinnamon, the sweet smell of apples baking in the oven and the fresh green tea blend. Don’t remember that last part? Okay, so we added the green tea. It’s a great way to bring all the nostalgic flavour of mom’s dessert right to your mug. So wherever you go, you’ve got the warm memories…but not the calories. Mom would approve.
Ingredients: Green tea, apple pieces, cinnamon, natural and artificial flavouring.
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Surprise! Hot fruit is not normally my thing. Like, poached pears. Ew. Fortunately, this tea has nothing to do with poached pears, but everything to do with apple pie, and that’s the sort of hot fruit that I can totally get behind. I thought I wouldn’t like it because actual pie has the advantage of crust, which is a handy distraction from the hot fruit aspect. Happily, I was wrong. Literally, this tastes like apple pie filling, liquified, and I think that’s just dandy.
Day 58 of my 101 days of DAVIDsTEA challenge.
Brewed at 3 minutes, this tea is pretty good — the apple flavour comes out, and the tea is subtle enough to make for a good blend. However, it oversteeps very easily, as I found out.
Resteeped, and ended up pouring two cups at once for myself to avoid the problem again with my two-cupper.
Definitely one you want to use a teaball in a cup for, if you’re making it for yourself.
Oh how I wanted to love this tea. I had been looking for something that was full of apples to work as a hot cider sort of drink. There was something very artificial about this one for me. Right from the time I opened the tin something seemed a little a miss – perhaps a little like strong apples with a finish of musty cardboard. My husband and daughter really liked it and didn’t get the unpleasant artificial after taste that I did. It did smell promising but just wasn’t quite for me – this was the first time I’d ever had a David’s tea that had this strange aftertaste.
A good fall tea. I like having it after being outside since it’s like having apple cider! I love tea and I love cider so this is a great match. I got this after trying a sample. It really does smell like apple pie down to the monther that forms after the tea has sat for awhile.
I wasn’t so sure about this tea at first, but I REALLY liked this tea. The aroma very nice and sweet, and smells just like real apples. The flavour is medium-bodied I found, which is a nice place to be for a fruity tea in my opinion. I also noticed how the apple and cinnamon flavours were quite a bit stronger than the flavour of the green tea itself. However, the taste of the green tea wasn’t lost- it was just secondary. Like the tea was an apple tea that happened to be a green tea as well, rather than a spicy apple green tea. I really like to add some brown sugar to this tea to sweeten it up a bit, because personally I like this tea sweet just like a real apple pie.