Roasted Almond

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Fruit Tea
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Edit tea info Last updated by Michael Caraway
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Boiling 8 min or more

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  • “Lol… anyone remember Caraway? My lovely baby son got into my teas the other day, because we relocated his toybox to act as a barrier to another room (the toybox had been blocking tea cupboard...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Thanks for this LiberTEAs! Dry this smells like Apple/Cinnamon/Almond Pie or Danish of some sort…very aromatic and appealing at that! Once infused this has a pinkish-light-brown color to it. The...” Read full tasting note
    87
  • “I cannot believe that I am the first to review this tea on Steepster… it is SO good. Yummy, nummy good. Sweet and nutty, and apple-ish and cinnamon-y and roasty-toasty. So very yum. Finishing up...” Read full tasting note
    92

From Caraway Tea Company

This festive fruit tisane is great all year round. It smells like christmas, but tastes like summer. Sweet roasted, caramelized almonds, apples, and beetroot sprinkled with cinnamon make this a favorite.

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5 Tasting Notes

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4754 tasting notes

Lol… anyone remember Caraway?

My lovely baby son got into my teas the other day, because we relocated his toybox to act as a barrier to another room (the toybox had been blocking tea cupboard access), and it turns out that he got into my teas from this company. Which I was never particularly fond of. However, I may take the opportunity to try/re-try a few of them, and then – ice them!

This tea is the essential dupe of Forever Nuts, and various other similar teas. One notable difference, I think, is that this doesn’t have gigantic cinnamon chunks, which is fine by me. I iced a big Takeya pitcher of it, and although it’s not my husband’s favourite tea, he says it’s fine enough to drink, so will get through it. It’s fairly sweet, appley, almondy, cinnamony. Not my favourite, as I don’t care for cinnamon in iced tea, apparently. There’s about one more pitcher’s worth in the bag.

gmathis

You’re going to have a little junior sommelier and taste-tester soon!

Kittenna

I sure hope so! I can’t wait until I can serve him fruit teas (and later, caffeinated!)

gmathis

Beats juice boxes and soda pop! ;)

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Thanks for this LiberTEAs!

Dry this smells like Apple/Cinnamon/Almond Pie or Danish of some sort…very aromatic and appealing at that!

Once infused this has a pinkish-light-brown color to it. The aroma changes and isn’t very pie-like anymore…but still very scented of Almonds and Apples…not as much Cinnamon.

The taste is nice! It has a great even-steven amount of almond and cinnamon and the apples are juicy and not overly tart or peppy…everything joins hands together nicely in this fruit and nut tisane.

The after taste is much like a candied apple.

This is a nice treat. A good flavored fruit and nut combo and one fruit/herbal I find me wanting more of!

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I cannot believe that I am the first to review this tea on Steepster… it is SO good. Yummy, nummy good. Sweet and nutty, and apple-ish and cinnamon-y and roasty-toasty. So very yum.

Finishing up this cup, and then sending the rest of my sample to my SororiTea Sister! Full-length review to be published soon!

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