Dry, this tea smells much like the Apples & Molasses mix (also from Della Terra)…pleasant enough, but nothing that particularly impressed me. I think I might just not enjoy apple-featuring teas as much as some folk, so take my review with a grain of salt.

It steeps up to a rich-looking tea and has a mouthwatering scent of spices and just a hint of fruity apple. You don’t get much caramel from the smell, although I rather expected that.

On first taste I was admittedly a little disappointed – there’s no caramel flavour in this tea that I could find (and I even made a point of sweetening it to try and draw it out). As a few others have said, this is a very palatable cider-esque drink. I enjoy the notes of apple and the very mild spicy tones, but it’s not one I’ll be restocking.

Boiling 4 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

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Overstressed aspiring model…tea is what gets me moving in the mornings, calms me down at night and fills all the moments in-between.

I’m still in the everything is delicious and I want to drink it all phase of my exploration, so I’m open to swaps, TTBs and trying new things. (with the exception of jasmine…that icky stuff tastes like soap)

My cupboard is things I have and am willing to swap (either I didn’t like them that much or I have a lot of them) and my wishlist is mostly things I’ve tasted and want to buy or swap for in the future.


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