Caramel Toffee Apple

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Fruit Pu-erh Blend
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  • “Back from my job interview and I thought it went well, but I’m happy to be back at home in my yoga clothes typing notes on Steepster. :)) I didn’t realize I had bought a puerh tea until I added...” Read full tasting note
    90
  • “A little more appley than I expected, didn’t really get much caramel. Almost more like an apple cider. People who love dried apples would love this one.” Read full tasting note
    67

From Capital Teas

Welcome autumn with this blend of toffee-infused pu-erh and premium black tea masterfully infused with almonds, pistachios, caramelized apples, cinnamon, black currants, elderberries and peppercorns. Enjoy before or after ‘trick-or-treating’, beside the warmth of an autumn fire, or with a slice of your favorite pie for a frightfully delicious sensation … available for a limited time only.

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Back from my job interview and I thought it went well, but I’m happy to be back at home in my yoga clothes typing notes on Steepster. :))

I didn’t realize I had bought a puerh tea until I added this concoction to the database just now. It is about 1/2 puerh and 1/2 other things like fruit and flavoring. I didn’t think I would like this but it’s actually pretty tasty. There’s a strong apple and elderberry flavor along with the pistachio and cinnamon. The puerh gives it a nice earthy flavor which is very grounding.

I did try adding a bit of soymilk to see what would happen, but I think this is one tea I prefer plain, the soymilk curdles. Never had an apple flavored puerh before and I like this a lot. It doesn’t taste a lot like toffee, but that’s ok. I also picked the fruit bits out to eat as a snack, he he. This is a good blend.

Preparation
Boiling 6 min, 0 sec
Sil

ooh this sounds really tasty! and it’s a puerh!

TeaBrat

I like it :)

Yvonne

This sounds wonderful!

Fjellrev

Nice, I"m always leery of pu-erh but I guess when it’s mixed with enough things, it adds a nice accent. Great to hear your interview went well!

TeaBrat

Personally I like puerh but I haven’t been drinking much of it lately…

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A little more appley than I expected, didn’t really get much caramel. Almost more like an apple cider. People who love dried apples would love this one.

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