Apple for Teacher

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Apple, Spices
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
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Certification
Organic, Vegan
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Average preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec 3 g 12 oz / 354 ml

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  • “Another tea from my recent 52teas order. I don’t recall specifically ordering this one? It may be either a free sample, or I ordered it and forgot. Anyway, smell in bag is very apple-ly. There’s...” Read full tasting note
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  • “A tea I wouldn’t have normally picked up, as apple blacks can be kind of boring, but the inclusion of sage caught my eye. Although I can’t really pick it out, it’s definitely adding some novel...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I just got back from the Tea Studio and decided to brew a cup of this – and I’m hoping that the caffeine won’t affect my sleep. Caffeine from tea doesn’t usually affect my sleep, the only real...” Read full tasting note

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Tea of the Week for September 3, 2018!

A couple of months ago, I saw a recipe for a sage and apple cider and I was intrigued. I love sage (it’s one of my favorite herbs) but because it has such a strong and distinctive flavor, it’s an herb I don’t utilize often in teas unless I’m pretty confident that it will work with the other flavors I’m including in the blend. This recipe gave me that confidence I needed – and I’m really glad that I decided to go ahead and create this blend because – oh wow! This is awesome!

So this is an apple cider tea with sage: I started with a base of black teas (Assam, Ceylon and Yunnan) and added lots of apples, some cinnamon and allspice and of course, some broken sage leaves. The apple is prominent, the sage is assertive but not too aggressive – adding it’s peppery warmth to the blend – enhancing the spice notes. It’s really quite a lovely autumnal tea!

organic ingredients: black teas, apples, cinnamon, allspice, sage & natural flavors

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Another tea from my recent 52teas order. I don’t recall specifically ordering this one? It may be either a free sample, or I ordered it and forgot. Anyway, smell in bag is very apple-ly. There’s definitely some spice in there too, as well as what I’m guessing is the sage. I’m going to admit, when I first saw white flakes in it, I thought it was coconut. So I nibbled on one. OOPS It’s the sage!

Brewed Western, 3g/12oz 3min/212F

Taste is…. well It’s better than the grilled pineapple I’ll give it that. The apple is coming in strong here, but it still isn’t naturally very sweet. I’m also getting the spices as well, so the overall flavor is a warm apple spice flavor. I do enjoy it. Maybe it’s just my diabeetus but I’ve been craving a sweetness in my drinks lately that I just haven’t gotten from any straight tea. Maybe I should put a lone splenda in the resteep of this to see how it turns out? I am not sure. It’s a good enough tea. Again, I’m not wowed, but it is pleasing to the taste buds and I will happily finish what I have. Recommended.

Flavors: Apple, Spices

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec 3 g 12 OZ / 354 ML

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A tea I wouldn’t have normally picked up, as apple blacks can be kind of boring, but the inclusion of sage caught my eye. Although I can’t really pick it out, it’s definitely adding some novel flavours, making for a very refreshing cup of apple (red/yellow delicious-type) tea. Surprisingly enjoying this one more than I would have thought!

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I just got back from the Tea Studio and decided to brew a cup of this – and I’m hoping that the caffeine won’t affect my sleep. Caffeine from tea doesn’t usually affect my sleep, the only real effect I get from caffeine is a severe withdrawal headache when I don’t have caffeine for 12 hours or so. In other words, I quite often wake up with a caffeine withdrawal headache that is soothed by my morning cuppa.

While in the tea studio, I managed to do restock the root beer float (November’s Featured Reblend) – I know that somebody had asked be about it – but I’m not sure who (or even where) so if YOU are the one who wanted some of that tea – please stop by the website and grab some before it sells out again because I won’t be restocking this one again for a while (unless it happens to get reblended for the Holiday box this year).

Anyway, back to this tea! This was the first tea that I grabbed from my pantry. I am still loving this tea – I love the sage with the apple and spices. Everything works really well for me.

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