Maple Apple Tea Cake

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
Allspice, Apple, Calendula Petals, Fuji Apple, Organic Black Tea, Organic Natural Flavors (Vegan)
Flavors
Apple, Maple Syrup, Burnt Sugar, Maple
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Not available
Certification
Organic, Vegan
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Average preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 30 sec 12 oz / 354 ml

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With autumn just around the corner (OK, so it’s a month off – but it’s gonna be here and I’m eagerly awaiting it!), I wanted to create an apple tea to celebrate my favorite season because no fruit says AUTUMN to me like APPLE! And no flavor says AUTUMN to me like MAPLE! So why not combine the two and create a Maple Almond Tea Cake tea? Sounds good to me!

I started with a base of organic black teas from China and India. To that I added freeze-dried apples (both Fuji and Granny Smith), freshly shaved nutmeg, allspice and a sprinkling of calendula petals for a little extra pretty. Organic, all-natural flavors brought this tea to life!

The aroma that greeted me when I opened the blending pan was that of delicious maple. Mmm! After steeping the tea, the aroma is significantly more subdued but it allows for some of those yummy apple notes to emerge. Apple and maple – is your mouth watering yet?

This tea is really delicious – apple and maple meet your taste buds right up front and about mid-sip, I start to pick up on sweet, baked cake flavors: hints of butter. Brown sugar. A touch of allspice and nutmeg. This is like autumn in a teacup and it’s sure to make you wish that autumn would hurry up and get here already!

organic ingredients: black teas, fuji apples, granny smith apples, allspice, nutmeg, calendula petals and natural flavors.

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10020 tasting notes

Sample from VariaTEA – maple yes. smooth base. apple….sort of? There’s a slightly fruity note here that i get occasionally, but not with every sip. So it’s like a maple cake like thing. Still a great cup imo, so i rather enjoyed drinking it…but not so sure i ever really got the apple from it :)

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4406 tasting notes

I made this alongside Smokey Butterscotch Peach and couldn’t remember which tea was in which mug and now both just taste smokey. Oops.

Evol Ving Ness

Wait, there was a Maple Apple Tea Cake?

Evol Ving Ness

I don’t recall the Tea Cake part.

Indigobloom

I’ve done that before, mixing teas up and then they taste the same. Frustrating!

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1088 tasting notes

This is becoming a huge favourite. Unfortunately, I am down to the last teeniest amount and then, goodbye maple apple deliciousness. Tea love is a daily lesson in non-attachment.

Flavors: Apple, Maple Syrup

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 30 sec 1 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML
Daylon R Thomas

Embrace the philosophy of the religion that help spread drinking tea!

Evol Ving Ness

On it. Meditate daily. Sadly, some lessons take longer to learn.

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733 tasting notes

I want to say thank you again to Anne at 52Teas for the Gingerbread Chai! I ordered while they were on vacation and she included it in my order because of the wait. That’s so kind!

Finally, finally placed an order with 52Teas. I’ve tried so many things they’ve made in swaps and destashing sales, but this is the first I’ve acquired on my own. Treat yo self. My only regret is not doing it sooner when *LiberTEAS*’s old Sweet Caramel O Mine was in stock. Miss that tea.

Now, have any of you ever opened a dessert-scented Yankee Candle and thought “Oh yeah, I could take a bite out of that”? Ok, maybe that’s just me, but this smells just like that. Sweet apple pie filling mixed with buttery, syrupy pancakes. Decadent. Now, when I say apple pie, though, I don’t mean cinnamon. It’s just delicious apple with a tiny hint of caramel. The tea is full of large chunks of dried apple that lend a very natural fruitiness. Once steeped, it actually really lives up to its dry aroma. Though I can’t say I agree with the 2.5 minute steep time. I tried it that way and again but for 4 minutes and liked the longer version.

Tasting that makes me see why their Pancake Breakfast was such a big deal. They’ve got that maple syrup flavor down. Definitely will be back to try more once I put a bigger dent in my tea stash.

Flavors: Apple, Burnt Sugar, Maple, Maple Syrup

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118 tasting notes

I cold-brewed some of this last night – it’s really good cold-brewed! The maple and cake-y flavors emerge strongly as a cold-brew. It’s sweet and really good – maybe better as a cold-brew than hot, although I enjoyed it a lot hot too.

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