Green Apple Kombucha

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Green Tea
Apple, Ginger, Green Tea, Matcha Green Tea, Natural Flavours, Sencha
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Edit tea info Last updated by Cameron B.
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Ready to bring the thunder? This refreshing matcha-boosted green tea is a real force of nature. Bursting with tart green apple, digestion-friendly kombucha, spicy ginger and a dusting of energizing stone-ground green tea, it’s a revitalizing way to power up and keep your gut happy. One cup of this fruity kombucha tea is all it takes to feel unstoppable.

Sencha green tea, ginger, apple, kombucha powder (maltodextrin, green tea, herbal blend, cane sugar, water, kombucha culture), matcha green tea, natural flavouring.

About DAVIDsTEA View company

DavidsTea is a Canadian specialty tea and tea accessory retailer based in Montreal, Quebec. It is the largest Canadian-based specialty tea boutique in the country, with its first store having opened in 2008.

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5441 tasting notes

Hmmmm. Mixed opinion on this one. For starters, the tea in the baggie has a weird old-folks-home smell to it. I’m actually starting to wonder if the bags themselves have a funky smell, because I think I might have picked this up with the two matchas I had as well. It’s not present in the brewed tea. What is present is some sweet apple flavouring (kind of green apple, but definitely sweeter), with ginger overtones. And then a bit of an odd flavour, which is perhaps the kombucha (yeasty?) I think what I’m sad about here is that the base is really ho-hum. The flavourings are nice, and the base looks okay (nice green full leaves), but what I really want in a flavoured green is a true pairing of base and flavouring, not just a tasteless carrier. So yes. It’s ok; I wish it was more. if I had to guess, I’d expect it might be somewhat popular due to the green apple flavouring.

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1400 tasting notes

Popped into a DT’s shop today to take advantage of the 2x FS points offer on leaf and yay, yet another free cup of tea of the day. Which again was this one—could do much worse. Good and gentle and nicely steeped. This reminds me of the bottled green tea blends in the refrigerator section of the corner store, plus the suggestion of green apple. The kombucha fizziness and slight sourness is missing altogether here but that is all to the good.


I’m sad I had to miss this day. We’re down to one car, and my husband has soccer on Thursdays… it just wasn’t going to work for me to make it to a DT with the baby. Kind of bummed. Hopefully these Frequent Steeper events happen a few times a year!

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Today is free cup of tea of the day day in honour of International Women’s Day! Maybe that’ll work. (Babies are cute but loud and cumbersome. But they’re cute, so there’s that.)


Yep, I saw that and think I might make my way there this afternoon after I get the car! Had it just been me yesterday, maybe I would have tried the bus, but I’m just not willing to do that with the baby (I know, so many people do, and they are incredible; I am absolutely lazy and entitled.)

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I didn’t get to DT’s today. thought about it and that’s as far as it got.


I made it! I got a free Frozen Raspberry TOTD, which was lovely, and also a free sample of a not-yet-released tea. And then I purchased about $15 of matcha, Green Apple Kombucha, and Mango Boost samples, which would have been nice to get 2x Frequent Steeper points on!

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12459 tasting notes

Sipping on a giant mug of this tea while I work on tasting notes tonight – it’s actually one of the new Halloween latte mugs, though I haven’t added any milk/alternatives to my tea tonight. I was craving something fruity but softer/milder in flavour and I wanted a caffeinated tea base and this popped while I was looking for samples. The gentle warming apple notes with the undertones of ginger and freshly cut grass are simple but pleasing, and it occurs to me that this is one of those teas that doesn’t make a huge splash upon first impression but that does really grow on you with time.

Friendly reminder that I do not numerically rate DAVIDsTEA blends as I’m currently employed there and it would be an obvious conflict of interest. Any blends you see with numerical ratings were rated prior to my employment there. These reviews are a reflection of my personal thoughts and feelings regarding the teas, and not the company’s.

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