Caramel Apple Almond

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  • “Savoy Tea Company is a cozy little shop on the Promenade in Rogers, Arkansas. Bulk and custom-packaged teas, cupcakes, tea goodies and accessories, just a storehouse of things near and dear to our...” Read full tasting note
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  • “When I was shopping for Autumn teas, the scent of this one grabbed my attention. You know the aroma that wafts towards you from a candied almond stand? Yeah, just like that, with a hint of apples...” Read full tasting note
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1707 tasting notes

Savoy Tea Company is a cozy little shop on the Promenade in Rogers, Arkansas. Bulk and custom-packaged teas, cupcakes, tea goodies and accessories, just a storehouse of things near and dear to our hearts.

As I was browsing, husband was a couple of paces behind me, he checked out the “sniffer” jar of this one, and when my back was turned, I discovered a sample pack in the shopping basket :)

This smells so good, sweet apples and toffee, it took a good deal of willpower not to chew it and swallow it whole. It took even more to wait the full…10…minutes recommended for a full-strength steep.

The steeped stuff is the color of a clementine orange rind. The texture is light, but the flavor is (paused to think about it, but my sweetie pegged it for me) Apple Jacks! (I knew I’ve kept him around for 27 years…today…for a reason!)

I’m thinking that with a little half-and-half I would have me a lovely little cup of cereal milk. And decaf at that.

LiberTEAS

This combination sounds yummy.

Kittenna

27 years! Wow! :)

gmathis

Yeah, we’re seriously old and crusty.

Azzrian

Happy Anniversary!!! :) What a nice way to spend the day!

ashmanra

Aw, nice! We are coming up on 26 years next month!

MsWhatsit

Ah, a fellow spirit! And from my old stomping ground, no less. Before moving to Rogers, AR, I lived in Springfield and Wasola MO.

Veronica

Happy Anniversary!!!

gmathis

Mrs. W … we just rediscovered Rogers/Bentonville area; hadn’t been down there for years. The top floor of War Eagle Mill watching ducks on the river and eating pecan cobbler is one of my new “happy place moments.”

DaisyChubb

Congrats on 27 wonderful years!

MsWhatsit

I darn near ate some of that pecan cobbler last time I went there…Am not missing the opportunity next time.

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When I was shopping for Autumn teas, the scent of this one grabbed my attention. You know the aroma that wafts towards you from a candied almond stand? Yeah, just like that, with a hint of apples as well. I didn’t so much want to brew the stuff as eat it, but I curbed my enthusiasm and put the package in my tea cupboard.

Lately, I’ve been cold brewing my teas but this one called for a nice hot steep instead. Disregarding the directions (which I later learned call for 10-12 minute steep…who knew?) I gave it the customary three minutes and sampled it. It seemed weak, so I added some coconut milk (I don’t use dairy much) and a bit of sweetener, then on a whim, put the little tea cage spoon thingy (Ok, so I’m a greenhorn at this) back in to steep some more, and sat down to watch Dr Who until the tea cooled a bit. The flavors intensified and between the extra steeping, the richness of the coconut milk, and the sweetener, it became a lovely warm cup of autumn comfort. I’m going to have to get some more of this as the nights get colder. Yum.

My disappointment at seeing the bottom of the cup was modified a bit when I noticed all those re-hydrated apples among the source material, gave them an experimental nibble, and realized there really wasn’t anything in this tea that wasn’t safe to eat. So I did follow through with my original impulse to munch on some of the tea. And it wasn’t bad, though munching on leftover steepings may not be everybody’s cup…well, you know…
In conclusion, I rather liked this tea, but don’t disregard the directions-It needs a good long steeping to bring out the flavors. And a little added sweetening and richness don’t hurt either.

Preparation
8 min or more
Terri HarpLady

Sounds delicious!

gmathis

We’ve been to Savoy a couple of times and love it. Do you happen to know if they private-label tea from another company?

MsWhatsit

I’m not sure—I’m new to this whole tea thing. I’ll ask next time I shop there.

MsWhatsit

I tried this cold brewed and it was good that way too. I was a little surprised such a warm and toasty flavored tea would be good cold as well. I guess you learn something new every day.

gmathis

Cool. I have just enough for one more cup of experimentation!

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