The apple and cinnamon aroma reminds of cider, though of course the taste is not as strong as that. Pleasant when served either hot or cold.
“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
“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
“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...” Read full tasting note
“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...” Read full tasting note
Reminiscent of fall in New England, our new Apple Cinnamon is a comforting black tea blend created by Emeric Harney, grandson of John Harney.
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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Just got this and several other teas in the mail. Kind of plurged on tea samples this month. Anyway, the smell is amazing. However, the taste is a little bland. I think I may have used to much water and not enough tea. I wanted a nice big cup, and I think I over shot it.
I love this tea. It’s a strong black tea with cinnamon and apple notes that give flavor, but aren’t overwhelming. I wish there were a little more cinnamon and a lot more apple flavor, but I usually end up adding extra tea to the brew and do alright. It’s a good one for people who are too shy for Hot Cinnamon Spice, but still like cinnamon flavor.