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Found this while looking for a cherry green without rose petals, which was harder to find than I expected. I like the safflower in this; it’s less perfumey and overbearing than the rose, but still provides some balance for the cherry, which can itself be an overpowering flavor. I also like that it uses actual cherries and not just flavoring.
Flavors: Flowers, Fruity
So, I’ve had this tea for a little while, I just haven’t logged it because I’ve been drinking it mostly at work.
Maya Tea seems to be a hit or miss company for me. Their prices are great, but I’m not impressed by the quality of this one. While the apple aspect is fine, the cinnamon tastes artificial and cheap. Kind of like Red Hots or Big Red gum. I understand that real cinnamon doesn’t dissolve and leaves sediment in tea, but I think it’s worth it.
I’ve been making it over ice, so I’m not sure how this will translate when I start to make it hot. But it’s not quite cool enough here for that. The only reason I chose not to recommend this tea is the cinnamon flavor. I think there are far better apple cinnamon teas out there, if that’s what you’re looking for. But don’t let this put you off of trying Maya Teas. Some of their stuff is great. Just not this one.
Flavors: Apple, Candy, Cinnamon
I am using my camera phone, so pictures are coming out weird. Will use a digital camera for future pics.
Not a fan of this tea. It was too sweet and acidity. I am trying the second infusion to see how it tastes and will also try cold. Seems like it might be good after leaving it in the fridge for a while.