Oh wow. This tea is great! A great balance of apple & spice against the earthy green tea. I wish this tea was made all year long!
“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...” 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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Smells amazing dry, the tart apple smell reminds me of apple Jolly Ranchers. After steeping, this tea definitely keeps its apple scent and flavor. I do notice a pastry-ish note sometimes, but it feels more like an apple cinnamon tea to me than an apple pie tea. I’ve had this almost every morning since buying it, it’s amazing
I had this one as a tea-to-go the other day. Can’t say I was too impressed, which makes me sad. I loved the smell of the loose tea though. I think that in order to get a proper idea of whether I like this one or not, I’d have to play around with the level of water temp, steeping time, agave and/or milk. I suspect that the reason why I wasn’t partial to this as a tea-to-go was that the water was WAY too hot and I left the tea bag in hoping to reuse it again later…. which resulted in a very pungent and slightly bitter tea which did not remind me in the slightest of my mom’s apple pie.
Will definitely have to retry this one!
Day 23/24 DIY Advent calendar. I like this tea but its not something I go crazy over. (When it came back I did unfortunately buy a whole tinzilla of it) So I’ll be having this for a while. Its a nice apple green tea that has a good cinnamon taste to it.
Flavors: Apple, Cinnamon
First of all, this tea smells AMAZING! Just putting that out there.
As for taste, I’ve heard a lot of good things about this one, so I was going in with high expectations. Personally, I just found it good. I drank it reasonably slowly, but without putting much thought into it. I could absent mindedly sip it without going “WOW, this is a good tea!” Apple pie, sure, but not anything special.
I would consider picking up a bit while it’s around to give it a go as a latte, which I’m told is good.
Flavors: Apple, Cinnamon, Pastries, Spices, Sweet
This tea was disappointing to me. It smelled fantastic at first, but I found it a bit too sour, if that makes sense. I can taste more of a granny smith apple taste, which is not my favorite. I do like how it is kind of cidery, but after having a cup or 2, this tea is still just sitting in my cupboard, untouched.