Grandma's Apple Pie

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Apple, Cinnamon, Nutmeg, Stewed Fruits
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Boiling 3 min, 30 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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From Georgia Tea Company

Ingredients: black tea Assam, apple bits, raisins, almond flakes, flavor

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Had this a few nights ago, the first of the Georgia Tea samples we broke into. Was pleasantly surprised and relieved that this is definitely cooked apple flavor, not the tart juicy fresh kind I for some reason dislike so much in tea. There’s the to-be-expected baking spice profile too, augmented with almond but without overwhelming the fruit. And it may be my favorite Georgia Tea so far, funny enough (have only tried about 5 of them, but). Husband loved it too. The raisins add a juicy cooked/stewed sweet fruit quality.

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Yum! This sounds delicious!

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From the Santea Clause TTB

This tea really does taste/smell like cooked apples! There’s a slight bakery note, but that fades as the tea cools. The effect overall is sweet. I would have expected the tea itself to be a bit tart, as it seems like the type of tea I usually find hibiscus in, but the black base is quite alright. It’s not the most amazing thing ever, but it’s all about the flavoring in this tea.

There are some red pieces of something scattered in the black tea, but I’m not exactly sure what those are. I don’t think they’re apple?

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1118 tasting notes

The cooked apple flavor in this tea is yummy. It’s not exactly apple pie, but between the apple and the spices it’s pretty close.

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