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Applelicious

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Fruit Green Blend
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Edit tea info Last updated by wombatgirl
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180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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  • “I smelled this tea, and went straight from scent to purchase. It smells ??amazing??. Like a sweet apple cider, with just the promise of a little something darker. Unfortunately, I didn't...” Read full tasting note
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From World Cup of Tea

Naturally sweet and delicious is this blend of crisp apples with Japanese sencha and just a hint of spice. Enjoy hot or iced.

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I smelled this tea, and went straight from scent to purchase. It smells amazing. Like a sweet apple cider, with just the promise of a little something darker.

Unfortunately, I didn’t taste it prior to purchase. The taste does not live up to the scent. It’s a mild green tea flavor with a hint of apple and a smaller hint of spice after you swallow. Half a cup in, I taste the spice only when I don’t have tea in my mouth. (Which is just kinda odd to me, thankyouverymuch.)

I think that if it didn’t smell so good, I wouldn’t mind so much. Because it smells AMAZING, and it smells powerful. Then tastes like the tiniest mew of a kitten. Sigh.

I am going to keep working on this tea – maybe different steeping times or temps will help. But this is the second time I’ve tried it (I try not to write a negative review the first time I drink something, just in case I’ve messed something up) and I’m not holding out much hope.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec
LENA

LOL! “It tastes like the tiniest mew of a kitten.” HAHA! Well, I’m glad we tried the cream oolong over this one. :)

wombatgirl

I’ll bring you a little when I’m back out there. I’m getting the idea that it may be better iced. The kitten wakes up a little when she gets cold. :)

S

Kitten analogies = Shanti can’t stop smiling :)

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