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From The Tea Emporium

A comforting flavoured black tea with apple pieces, rose blossom and almond slivers. This tea is smooth and delicious – perfect for a cold day in front of the fire.

Tip: Use 1tsp per 6oz cup; heat fresh water to a boil; steep 3-5 minutes.

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6 Tasting Notes

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2225 tasting notes

Another sipdown of a sample from Indigobloom! I used the entire ~2.5 tsp in one 10-12oz. mug.

Unfortunately, although this one definitely had an appley aroma to it, I’m getting essentially nothing from the flavour. :( I guess I will chalk it up to age, although assuming this tea isn’t quite a bit older than the others, I don’t understand how it would have lost all flavour so quickly when the others still taste fairly good!

Of course, reading the tasting notes below, I now suspect that this tea was pretty sub-par to begin with (not that I’m complaining about trying it!). Ah well!

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec
Indigobloom

talk about forgettable, I don’t even recall having this in my cupboard. Eeesh!

Kittenna

LOL It was from a year ago, I think.

Indigobloom

ah. From that first meetup at Tsaa!

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1286 tasting notes

Well, it certainly does taste appleish! and the black tea base is nice.
and with a touch of milk I got the “bakey” note as well. It needed a bit of sweet agave added, however… to cover up the sour. I wasn’t sure whether that was apple sour or astringent tartness.
But, and there is a but… and it’s that for some reason this tea does little for me. I guess apple is just one of those flavors that doesn’t speak “tea” for me.
Well, I’m glad to have tried it anyhow!!

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442 tasting notes

This tea confuses me! It is a nice flavour, but I don’t get what I expect a baked apple to taste like from it. There are definitely notes of something similar, and the spices are lovely, but it isn’t what I expected. Perhaps I expected a different brand of apple and that is my issue. I grew up in apple country so baked apples to me are Spies and Empires, whereas this tea may be what a red delicious baked tastes like? I’m not sure.

The tea notes that are there are nice and fallish while being naturally sweet. There are hints of cinnamon but nothing overpowering. I think I’m going to have to try this one some more before I rate it because I really am confused still.

Preparation
Boiling 2 min, 0 sec

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658 tasting notes

I’m similarly confused about this one. I didn’t dislike it, but got more of a nutty, spiced flavour from it than apple. I tasted almonds and cinnamon with a little floral. Odd! Not bad, but odd. I think perhaps the apple flavouring is supposed to come just from the apple pieces, which aren’t going to impart a terrible lot of flavour.

Tina S.

Not bad but odd sums it up well!

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485 tasting notes

This was . . . odd? I don’t know. It was tasty, but utterly unlike apples, baked or otherwise. I tasted a mild black tea with a distinct floral note from the rose petals, but not much else. Very strange.

Preparation
Boiling 2 min, 0 sec
Tina S.

Dang, you really didn’t like it! hugs I’m so glad I wasn’t the only one who didn’t get apple from it!

De

I don’t even know if I didn’t like it or not! I was left that befuddled by it.

Tina S.

I know the feeling, it is such a confusing tea!

Indigobloom

I definitely got apple. but it was so boring… definitely one to blend with another tea. Maybe a mate.

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