Dry Leaf Nose: Exotic with hints of apple, almond and rose.
Liquor: Medium-gold colour and cloudy.
Flavour: Pistachio and almond flavours dominate this blend with a hint of rose in the background. Apple sweetens the blend.
“Part of the David’s Tea fall collection. It smells like Jolly Ranchers in the bag so I wasn’t quite sure what to expect… My first sip – hmm. this is an oddly disconcerting...” Read full tasting note
“Last night’s Halloween party was fun. It’s always nice to visit with old friends over delicious food and drinks. One of the hosts totally committed to his costume and shaved his head to turn...” Read full tasting note
“I decided to pre-bag some of this tea for work, so I start drinking it up. Smelling the lovely sour apple scent, I gave in and made a cup. I steeped it quite cool for 2 minutes, and kept the bag...” Read full tasting note
“I have to admit, this one was love at first sip. I drank a whole darn pot of it before I even realized it! I loved the hint of rose, the sweetness – the aroma filled me up and took me away! I...” Read full tasting note
Dream with us
Apple pie, turning leaves, crackling fires – fall is all about familiar comforts. But it’s also a season for daydreaming. Cozied up in front of the fire with a hot mug of tea and a good book, our minds often wander to adventures in faraway lands. From the first cup of this exotic tea, you’ll find yourself dreaming about the intrigue and romance of ancient Persia. An alluring blend of green tea, apple, pistachios and rose petals, one sip is all it takes to whisk you away.
Ingredients: Organic: Green tea, apple, pistachio, almond, rose petals. With natural and organic flavouring*.
Allergens: Tree nuts
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ORGANIC PERSIAN PLUM ROSEDivinitea
Cali Persian OrganicSamovar Tea Lounge
Organic Persian PeachThe Great Lakes Tea & Spice Co.
Organic Toffee AppleThe Rabbit Hole Organic Tea Bar
Persian TraditionAnisa Tea
Hmmm. This is kind of nice.
I’ve never seen a tea with pistachios in it before! The dry leaves smell like some kind of apple candy. Very sweet and very fruity.
I think this is kind of like a slightly spicy/floral, exotic version of Mom’s Apple Pie. The green tea base goes awesomely with the other flavours. But I also kind of thought it was bordering on too much of a fakey flavour like some cherry green teas have. I was kind of surprised that I could really taste the pistachios, mostly in the aftertaste.
Overall I actually really like this one. It seems like a very fall kind of tea, even though it’s not what I would think of if I were thinking about fall teas. You know??
Okay I am gonna stop here and go to bed before this becomes any more scatterbrained!
I was served this as the Tea of the Day at my local David’s Tea.
The mixture of flavours reminds me of a bubble-gum taste. I think that I need to get a full cup of this one to really get a sense of if I like it or not. I was far to distracted by all the new David’s Tea teas to properly focus on the complexity of the flavour.
I had a sample of this. Used the whole lot in my cup, but steeped it twice. It was really tasty! A lovely blend o f flavours. I loved seeing whole pistachios fall out of my foil pouch. A lovely blend of flavours, very soft and drinkable. Very nice. I’m really enjoying this years fall collection, keep up the good work DavidsTea!
Sigh…I am glad I got only 16g of this. It’s too floral. I am gonna try the last of mine iced, and see if maybe that does the trick, but I pretty much only taste the rose, so I am definitely not getting anymore. I’m debating whether I should just give the rest to my friend, but since there is really only enough for one more cup, I think I will try it iced.
A warm early autumn day just right for a bit of sprucing up the garden. It was after all the work was done did I decide to try this new blend. The lovely fragrance of roses gives this tea a perfume-like quality. The pistachios and almonds offer a tender warmth that tantalize the taste-buds from head to toe. The apple does provide just the right note in the background to add that token sweetness but doesn’t overwhelm. When the flavors meld together it definitely provides that picture of a romantic afternoon with its exquisite taste and fragrance. As someone who enjoys roses I was definitely left with a pleasant feeling after drinking this tea.
So I want to adore this tea..it has Green Apples AND floral!Not to mention pistachios and a crazy good apple smell.
It’s like this tea got all dressed up nice and everything and decided to stay in for the night…
It’s barely tarty and the floral is a major disappointment in that it is total far in the background scenery…barely there.
It’s light and potentially refreshing for an iced tea..
Could make for a nice afternoon sip..
Disappointed..but I just got big apple in my last DT order so maybe just maybe they’ll bowl me over like Tea Forte’s Harvest Apple Spice(It’s UNBELIEVABLE BUT NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART).
Any suggestions about making this an actual flavorful tea would be taken and tried.
This one was alright. I feel like each cup I make is different, depending how much of each ingredient I get in each cup. The only thing I did not like about it was the rose. I found it made the other ingredients taste funny. Again, this one is better iced than hot.
Got this when I bought samples of the fall collection. It has been sitting in my cupboard since then but i finally decided to try it. And i was pleasantly surprised. Tastes very apply and green tea-y. I can also taste some floral notes which is nice. I probably wont buy this one again but i will enjoy it while i have it! :)
EDIT- as i drink this tea more, the less i like it. It tastes to rosey and not good. I have changed my mind. Its also quite sour, reminding me of that HORRIBLE perfect pear tea.