Candy Apple Concoction

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
Apple Pieces, Black Tea, Cinnamon Bark, Natural Flavours, Natural Vanilla Flavor, Sugar Crystals
Flavors
Apple, Caramel, Cinnamon, Oats, Pastries, Vanilla, Sweet
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
High
Certification
Not available
Edit tea info Last updated by Michael
Average preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 2 min, 30 sec 14 oz / 414 ml

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  • “C is for… Candy Apple Concoction! Y’all, I don’t know about everyone else but I own a lot of teas that start with the letter C!! I’ve noticed before when I do tea naming for DT that “C” is just one...” Read full tasting note
  • “Sipdown (342) The last of the Wicked Collection shared by Cameron B. Thank you! The whole collection has been decent. Not great but better than I expected from Adagio. This is an alright apple tea...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Sipdown! (1 | 11) Trying to finish off these Wicked Teas from Adagio. Actually, I have found the tiny tins to be quite useful for storing small vacuum-packed samples from TeaVivre and Taiwan Tea...” Read full tasting note
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From Adagio Teas

Part of the “Wicked Teas” Halloween sampler – 2018

Who needs to go bobbing for apples when you can steep a sweet cup of our Candy Apple Concoction? A taste reminiscent of the trick-or-treating and carnival favorite, making for a decadent treat. It’s even blended with red sugar crystals that appear to have chipped off the glossy candy coating and fallen right into your cup.

black tea, apple pieces, natural caramel apple flavor, cinnamon bark, natural vanilla flavor, red sugar crystals

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5 Tasting Notes

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C is for… Candy Apple Concoction!

Y’all, I don’t know about everyone else but I own a lot of teas that start with the letter C!! I’ve noticed before when I do tea naming for DT that “C” is just one of those letters that pops up super frequently, but I don’t think it really hit me just how universally true that is until I was going through pages of “C teas” here on Steepster and feeling overwhelmed by all the options…

I picked this one because I was craving a sweet tea but not a sweet tea – plus, while I do know that I don’t HAVE to only drink this tea around Halloween, I did like having the excuse to pull out the little sample tin and steep a cup. I also, by some miracle, remembered to keep my steep time quite short – the result!? A very victorious infusion of sweet red apple and sugar without the punch of astringency/bitterness that the Adagio black tea base can so easily slip into with longer steep times.

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The last of the Wicked Collection shared by Cameron B. Thank you! The whole collection has been decent. Not great but better than I expected from Adagio.

This is an alright apple tea that wasn’t as sweet as the red sugar crystals would lead you to believe. I would say this is more baked apple than candied apple but its good.

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Sipdown! (1 | 11)

Trying to finish off these Wicked Teas from Adagio. Actually, I have found the tiny tins to be quite useful for storing small vacuum-packed samples from TeaVivre and Taiwan Tea Sourcing once I’ve opened them. So I’m actually glad I got this sampler – even though the tins are cute, they’re usually impractical, so I’m happy to have a use for them!

Anyway, this one is closer to caramel apple than candy apple. I will say, I find the red sugar crystals to be quite cute, and happily they don’t seem to contribute much sweetness to the tea.

It’s fine, but not great. Happy to have the empty tin for other uses!

Flavors: Apple, Caramel, Sweet

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 2 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

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