Parker’s Caramel Apple Chai

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
Apple Pieces, Black Tea, Cardamom, Cinnamon, Cinnamon Chips, Cloves, Ginger, Marshmallow Root
Flavors
Apple, Caramel, Spicy, Cinnamon, Clove
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Edit tea info Last updated by ashmanra
Average preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec 10 oz / 300 ml

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  • “I’m looking at a window full of slow snow—wafting down like little cotton parachutes; the kind that creates very little worry because there won’t be much and the temp is just above freezing. It’s...” Read full tasting note
  • “advent day 25 yes i’m a day late but yesterday was exhausting and amazing. lockdown starts today so we have almost a full month of nothing seeing mom and dad and not having help with kiddo. Ugh....” Read full tasting note
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  • “CuppaGeek Advent Calendar, December 24 Two pouches are remaining in my gift bag. I have cheated a bit today. I turned all pouches with their transparent side to me and chose the most festive one...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Advent Day 13, From the Depths of the Grab Bag. We’re a few days behind because nighttime has been rough for me lately. “It smells like old lady.” <You’re an old lady.> “Hey you, you watch...” Read full tasting note

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A sweet and spiced delicious treat that is amazing and perfect for any season.

Ingredients: Black Tea, Apple Pieces, Natural Candy Apple Flavor, Cinnamon, Marshmallow Root, Cinnamon Chips, Cloves, Ginger, Cardamom

All monies collected from the sale of this tea will be donated to St Jude’s in honor of all they do for families like ours.

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8 Tasting Notes

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I’m looking at a window full of slow snow—wafting down like little cotton parachutes; the kind that creates very little worry because there won’t be much and the temp is just above freezing. It’s also the kind that makes you lazy because it’s so soothing to watch.

So I’m using that as an excuse to rock in my favorite chair and alternate peeking outside with peeking at old episodes of Northern Exposure. You need to find and watch the episodes with Marilyn and the Flying Guy. They are adorable.

Sitting next to me is a little cup of Caramel Apple Chai. I am picky about my chai. I want the spice to be light enough I can taste the other ingredients. I can. The apple is nicely evident, the spice isn’t obnoxious, and you can coax out the caramel with a little milk and sugar.

ashmanra

That sounds like a wonderful day! I have never seen that show, but I think I have heard of it. I will look for it!

A little envelope may have been sent your way today with a little something for the mister!

gmathis

Northern Exposure—circa 1998-1993; quirky little Alaskan town, Rob Morrow (from Numb3rs) is a young doctor who has agreed to serve as a GP in the outback for four years because his med school tuition was paid by State of Alaska. Think “Twin Peaks,” only kinder, gentler, and funnier.

tea-sipper

oh the little cotton parachutes moved here today. :D

Nichole/CuppaGeek

My husband’s favorite show is Northern Exposure. We binged on all of the seasons a few years ago and were just chatting that once Parker is better, we will binge the show again.

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advent day 25 yes i’m a day late but yesterday was exhausting and amazing. lockdown starts today so we have almost a full month of nothing seeing mom and dad and not having help with kiddo. Ugh. Sucks, because outside of each other, we don’t actually interact with the outside world and haven’t for an eternity.

This was a nice apple chai even though it wasn’t for me because i’m apple tea-d out lol.

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CuppaGeek Advent Calendar, December 24

Two pouches are remaining in my gift bag.

I have cheated a bit today. I turned all pouches with their transparent side to me and chose the most festive one today. Of course, no idea what they are. I think I chose indeed well!

I don’t know where to start. It’s amazing; caramel sweetness which isn’t cloying nor sickly sweet. Apple flavour which is just spot on, spices warmth just right (I have to disagree with Kiki). It reminded me a bit of some great apple pie (which I don’t recall having recently). Kind of deja vu?

Anyway, my cuppa wasn’t too clove heavy — so I can rate it high. And will do; and considering an order with pouch of this. It is that yummy! Probably best one from CuppaGeek I had in my Advent Calendar!

Flavors: Apple, Caramel, Spicy

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec 10 OZ / 300 ML
Nichole/CuppaGeek

So glad you enjoyed the blend!

ashmanra

Yes, one of the best chai blends, for sure!

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Advent Day 13, From the Depths of the Grab Bag. We’re a few days behind because nighttime has been rough for me lately.

“It smells like old lady.”

<You’re an old lady.>

“Hey you, you watch your mouth!”…

“In the cup it smells like pumpkin pie. Mhm… frown I can’t keep my eyes open when I think of it. It tastes like shit. Maybe a little vanilla in there, but that clove tastes like you’re dragging your tongue through a field of cloves, dry. It tastes dry. I would not have this again making faces and sad laughs It’s not my favorite, definitely not my favorite. I say it’s a 2. I think that somebody who likes that flavor profile would enjoy this tea, especially if they added whipped cream to it. I don’t recommend it unless you’re a real big clove drinker. Maybe apple. cackles That all I have to say now, for sure. Maybe it’s cranberry. cackles But that’s it, no more.” …

“Oh, I can see how it’s Caramel Apple Chai. But the cloves!”

Cameron B.

“It tastes like shit”OMG I died

derk

Kiki says, “I can make special appearances throughout the year if you need me to. For comedic relief. We should’ve been doing this all year, during this COVID.”

Cameron B.

I fully agree, we all need more Kiki in our lives! ❤

Courtney

Yes, please make special appearances. These notes make my day!

Lexie Aleah

We do for sure she needs to become a Steepster xD

derk

She will remain a Steepster at Heart and I will remain her Bullhorn of Truth. Internet ain’t her thang.

Martin Bednář

Oh well. That’s not a tea for her apparently.

derk

Nope. I had no idea of her distaste for clove until this month. She did sip it knowing there were cloves in it because she still wants to be open to change.

Leafhopper

Yes! We need Kiki to keep doing special appearances! I always look forward to her reviews and am never disappointed.

tea-sipper

hahaha. YES 2020 definitely needed more Kiki. :D

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CuppaGeek Advent Calendar – Day 9

I was really excited about this one. It smelled awesome and sounded great. However, brewed it was too clove heavy I think. I like clove but the clove sort of muddled out a lot of the other ingredients. Perhaps it was just the balance in my sample but this wasn’t what I hoped it would be.

ashmanra

This one is awesome as a latte!

VariaTEA

I could see that but the sample was only for a 6-8 oz cup. Perhaps I will need to order a bigger sample…

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The first steep was a bit clove heavy, but then I did brew it strong. There is a caramel/apple flavored aftertaste. Second steep is much more fruity, lots of sweet apple, the clove is gone, and there is a slight caramel note. I did a third steep for 10 minutes, and it’s the most balanced of the three, no clove, but the caramel/apple/cinnamon is weaker but certainly still there. This was a nice warming cup but I’m not sure I need it in my cupboard.

Flavors: Apple, Caramel, Cinnamon, Clove

ashmanra

This is great as a latte!

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Cuppa Geek Advent Day 4

Technically my packet was just labeled Caramel Apple Chai, but on the site this was part of the fundraiser and had “Parker’s” added. I am 99% sure they are identical.

I did pull this randomly this morning with no cheating, and I figured if I chose a good breakfast tea I would have it early and if it was desserty I would wait and have it later. As it so happened, I had a whole pouch of this already and could add some of mine to stretch it to a big pot to share with my husband. I knew I had some cinnamon bagels on hand and they would pair well.

There is clove in this, which always makes me think of Teaberry chewing gum. The cinnamon enhanced the bagel instead of competing. We drank it plain, but I have to say I really love this as a sweet latte.

I actually went for a third steep and completely forgot it. All my fault! When I finally remembered I was sure it must be ruined. Instead, it was just super super clove-y and the tea had grown somewhat brisk but it was still drinkable. Pretty amazing considering how long it steeped.

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