Apple Cinnamon

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  • “Okay, Steepster. You need to get your shit together. And give me back my original post, because rewriting it is a waste of my time. Also, when I tell you to remove a tea from my Cupboard, I need...” Read full tasting note
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    tabby 491 tasting notes
  • “I really like this one! I just ordered a sample of it in my last Harney order but the next one I am going to order a tin of it!! Very nice black tea with an apple taste with a touch of cinnamon. ...” Read full tasting note
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    kristenleahharnish 193 tasting notes
  • “Tea of the afternoon...... A good afternoon tea for Fall. Light notes of apple and just enough cinnamon to remind me of the apple fritters I used to love as a kid. I will definitely enjoy the...” Read full tasting note
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    SimplyJenW 974 tasting notes
  • “This came as a free sample with my latest H&S order, and Oh My what a delicious treat it turned out to be .. I think if I'd been served my first cup of this blind-folded I would have guessed it...” Read full tasting note
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From Harney & Sons

Reminiscent of fall in New England, our new Apple Cinnamon is a comforting black tea blend created by Emeric Harney, grandson of John Harney.

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Since 1983 Harney & Sons has been the source for fine teas. We travel the globe to find the best teas and accept only the exceptional. We put our years of experience to work to bring you the best Single-Estate teas, and blends beyond compare.

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491 tasting notes

Okay, Steepster. You need to get your shit together. And give me back my original post, because rewriting it is a waste of my time. Also, when I tell you to remove a tea from my Cupboard, I need you to do it then. Not the fifth or sixth time I tell you to.

I originally wrote to say that I was excited about this because I love apple cinnamon. I went on to say that it smells great, like a spiced red apple cider. It smelled like it was going to be strong, but sadly, it wasn’t. The apple taste was almost hidden behind the mild black tea base, followed by a bland hint of cinnamon. This wasn’t what I was expecting from Harney & Sons, who usually load a tea up with flavor. Like I said about the Vanilla Black, this is just too subtle for me.

The original entry was better, but I didn’t have the sense to Copy before I posted.

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205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec
Veronica

I’m still too grumpy about losing my last post (twice!) to rewrite it. Maybe I’ll do it later tonight. That said, your first paragraph made me smile.

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I really like this one! I just ordered a sample of it in my last Harney order but the next one I am going to order a tin of it!! Very nice black tea with an apple taste with a touch of cinnamon. The cinnamon is not real strong but you can taste it. Well so far I have not had a Harney tea that I didn’t enjoy!

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Boiling 4 min, 0 sec

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Tea of the afternoon……

A good afternoon tea for Fall. Light notes of apple and just enough cinnamon to remind me of the apple fritters I used to love as a kid. I will definitely enjoy the tin full, but will not likely repurchase.

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Boiling 4 min, 0 sec

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This came as a free sample with my latest H&S order, and Oh My what a delicious treat it turned out to be ..

I think if I’d been served my first cup of this blind-folded I would have guessed it was some type of Apple/Chamomile Herbal mix, because the Apple dominates both aroma and flavour .. It’s smooth, sweet, and almost intoxicating!

The Tea itself started to shine though in my second brew, which I’d made immediately after with the last of the fresh leaves added to those already in the pot, and steeped for a few minutes longer (approx 6-7min) .. I still couldn’t detect any cinnamon though, but more importantly I don’t think it needs any ..

I’m so glad I got to try this and yes I will be buying a tin of it asap .. I’ve already drunk two large mugs worth in the last half hour, and have a third, sweetened with half a teaspoon of sugar, chilling in the fridge :D

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195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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Sipdown 7. I’m glad I didn’t buy more than a sample of this tea. I wish it tasted as good as it smells, because it smells amazing— warm cinnamon and gooey apple. Once steeped, the cinnamon hides away, but the apple flavor is still present. For some reason, I just don’t love the combination of the apple with the black base. It’s good, but nothing remarkable.

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Boiling 3 min, 0 sec

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This tea has a definite apple taste to it, but you really have to look for the cinnamon flavor. One nice thing is you can actually taste the black tea base. It is a rich black tea flavor, the scent actually reminds me of pipe tobacco in a pleasant way. This is a great morning tea. Nothing too fancy but good for those who like their flavored black teas.

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205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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This tastes so authentically like apple cinnamon applesauce that it almost weirds me out just a little. It is unlike any apple spice tea that I have ever tried. It is true, as others have noted, that the cinnamon is not very strong. I happen to think that it is just the right amount, but that’s just because I prefer less spice in my teas. Cinnamon applesauce and apples in an apple pie taste a lot more sweet than they do spicy, so from this perspective, the tea is spot on.

But, I will say again, it does weird me out just a little to feel like I’m drinking applesauce. This is a tea I’d have to be in the right mood for. Unfortunately, it is another one that sports a funky aftertaste so I dunno if I’ll try it again. I seem to have a bigger issue with aftertastes in flavored teas than anyone else, so anyone considering this tea shouldn’t take this observation too seriously.

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200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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Oh the smell of this tea is fantastic! It’s sweet and tart with warm cinnamon. The flavor is a lot softer than I expected but it’s delicious :] The apple isn’t as tart as I thought it would be. Yay for yummy tea :D

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Kristen

Your first posting note YAY!!! But you have to go to my page and follow me LOL!!!

Dede

what is the little thermometer about under the postings

Kristen

When you make a tasting note? They are slide bars to slide for steep time and temp you used… sometimes I do it and sometimes I don’t.

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I love this tea. It’s not overly fruity, which is something I’ve run into often when trying to find a good apple cinnamon tea. I run into ones pumped up with hibiscus or a crapload of cloying artificial flavoring. This tastes like TEA, and has a pleasant aftertaste and aroma of apple & cinnamon. With the addition of some raw butterbean honey it has knocked other contenders out of the way for my #1 breakfast tea spot. The honey really highlighted the apple, but did so gently. I brought it work in a thermos and it made my desk’s area smell delightful. :)

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C

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