Country Apple

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The inspiration for this tea came to us while driving through Middletown Virginia at beginning of the fall. If anyone has driven around Shenandoah Valley in the middle of the season then you will have to agree with us on that there is nothing more inviting than the smell of soggy trees and fragrant apples. Steep City Teas combines the smell and the taste of country apples to make one delicious black tea. We blended black tea for the earthy tones of fall, added sweet, juicy red apples pieces for the taste combined with cranberry, rose hips, and hibiscus for a perfect blend. Try it, you will not be disappointed!

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This tasting note is written for the cups of tea that I drank last night and earlier this morning, from memory, so it won’t be as detailed as normal. Maybe next time.

I’ve been looking for the perfect apple black tea for a while now. I keep trying different ones and they keep coming up short. This tea comes closer than most, but still isn’t exactly what I’m looking for. I can taste the apple (and cranberry and hibiscus) in the blend, but it isn’t nearly as strong a flavour as I would like it to be. So overall, this could be better, although it’s nice enough as it is, I suppose.

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Hey Starfevre, we are sorry that you didn’t enjoy it so much. We’ll try to work on the blend and see if we can improve it.


I wouldn’t go that far based on one review, maybe everyone else likes it. The amount of hibiscus in it is right about perfect for me. Not so sure about the cranberry, it seemed to be a competing flavour rather than a complementing flavour, but that’s just my opinion. If you do come up with a better blend, I’ll look forward to trying it.


Thanks Star, appreciate it.

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