Custom Davidstea's Forever Nuts + Big Apple

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185 °F / 85 °C 6 min, 0 sec 42 oz / 1242 ml

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Forever Nuts + Big Apple = Apple Pie

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Double sipdown time! I’ve reached my goal of 8 for Easter weekend!

I used about 3 tsp of Forever Nuts and 2.5 tsp of Big Apple, brewed with my uber-big teapot of 45oz. I didn’t boil enough to fill the teapot all the way, but I guess there was at least 40oz by the end. Steeped at 85C for 5-6 minutes. I know that the Forever Nuts blend requires a higher temperature, but I didn’t want to burn the green and white teas in the Big Apple sample. I also added a dollop of cinnamon honey to round it out.

Brewed, I’m getting a lot of flavours, but nothing in particular is winning out except possibly the green tea. I let one cup of this cool and it’s surprisingly good cold, with more of the fruit and cinnamon flavours coming out. But I have to admit that this isn’t the blend for me – especially considering that Big Apple is going to be discontinued soon.

Thanks again to Aimee Popovacki for giving me a sample of Big Apple to try! I’m glad I got to give it a nice sendoff.

185 °F / 85 °C 6 min, 0 sec 5 tsp 42 OZ / 1242 ML

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Yeah, so they’re selling this in the store now as a big idea, so since I’m working on sipdowns and I had a bit of Big Apple and a smidgen of Forever Nuts left, I decided to give it a go this afternoon.

It’s supposed to taste like apple pie.

It tasted like apple cinnamon, but for me there was something very important missing – the pastry note.

It was perfectly fine as an apple cinnamon tea, I couldn’t really taste any white tea from the Big Apple in it.

Ultimately I’m realizing I’m not the hugest fan of herbals, and that’s what this seemed like to me. I also noticed a film in my cup which I suspect came from Forever Nuts, a tea I used to love when I first came into this world (the world of tea, I mean), but now was just happy to sip down.

Davidstea is very much “Meh” to me lately. I think I have to sell off a bunch of my stash. I have so many.

On to the next!


Sorry to hear you’re a little disappointed with DAVIDs. I’m sorta in the same boat, even though I rush out and buy samples of all the new teas as soon as they come out. They just fall flat.

The teaware is adorable though.

ohfancythat (whatshesaid)

Agreed, the teaware is really cute!

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