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Tea type
Fruit Herbal Blend
Ingredients
Apple, Cinnamon
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Caffeine
Decaffeinated
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Edit tea info Last updated by VariaTEA
Average preparation
Iced 8 min or more 16 oz / 473 ml

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  • “I cold brewed this and it is unlike anything I have had before. There is an underlying note of apple but the most prominent flavor is the spices. It is a very unique spice profile though. It is...” Read full tasting note
  • “I took this out of the GCTTB3 way back last summer but never tried it until now. The previous notes about a weird spice flavour had me worried that this would taste like… curry mixed with apples...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Great Canadian Traveling Tea Box – Round 3 Trying to get my few tasting notes in for this box before sending it off to the next recipient (and somehow manage to stuff everything back in plus what...” Read full tasting note

From CaesarsTea

A symphony of apples and mild cinnamon, this makes for a great spicy tea.

Ingredients:
Apples, sweet and piquant spice, cinnamon flavor

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4 Tasting Notes

4099 tasting notes

I cold brewed this and it is unlike anything I have had before. There is an underlying note of apple but the most prominent flavor is the spices. It is a very unique spice profile though. It is both sweet and savory. I wish I were able to pinpoint exactly what spices I was tasting but as it is, this is rather indescribable. An interesting flavor experience for sure but I just don’t know if it is one I am enjoying.

On a slightly related note, how long can a cold brew tea stay in the fridge before going bad/stale/moldy? Does anyone know?

Preparation
Iced 8 min or more 3 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML
Starfevre

I would also like to know this.

TeaNecromancer

Usually I toss iced tea after it has been in the fridge about 4-5 days, but that is traditional Southern style with sugar and such, so maybe longer if there is no sugar to feed bacteria?

Starfevre

I put sugar in. Time to go toss some tea.

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I took this out of the GCTTB3 way back last summer but never tried it until now.

The previous notes about a weird spice flavour had me worried that this would taste like… curry mixed with apples somehow. I was expecting something like turmeric, I have no idea why.

Anyways, this tea doesn’t taste weird – unpleasantly sweetened, maybe, but not savoury in an unexpected way. I can definitely taste apple and clove, and possibly some cinnamon. I’m also getting a tartness that makes me think of rosehip or hibiscus, even though the liquor isn’t that red.

However, I do taste some sweetness like stevia was added to the blend. Just a weird sort of chemical sweetness that tastes kind of thin and hollow.

It shouldn’t be too hard to finish this off, but not a restock.

VariaTEA

Haha I bought this so long ago so it’s so weird to see a tasting note pop up about it. I’m glad you will be able to get through it. That’s certainly what I was hoping would happen when I put it in the box.

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Great Canadian Traveling Tea Box – Round 3

Trying to get my few tasting notes in for this box before sending it off to the next recipient (and somehow manage to stuff everything back in plus what I’m adding). I drank this about a week ago so ignore the lack of detail, but I did not enjoy this one, though it was drinkable. I was expecting something similar to the Teavana Spiced Apple Cider (which I adore), but there was a spice in this that didn’t sit well with me. Happy to have tried but would not purchase.

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