Custard Apple (Cherimoya) Herbal Tea

Tea type
Herbal Rooibos Blend
Ingredients
Apple Pieces, Green Rooibos, Rose Petals
Flavors
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Caffeine Free
Certification
Organic
Edit tea info Last updated by Roswell Strange
Average preparation
Boiling 4 min, 15 sec 20 oz / 591 ml

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  • “Y’all! It took basically all of my braincells tonight (all seven of them), but I finally managed to focus enough to clear through the queue of tasting notes that I wanted to write about today… I...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Tangy, like a sour apple, sweet like a pineapple, and creamy with a a fragrance of banana is how I characterize the cherimoya. While this tea is not an exact replicate, its flavor profile is right...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Thanks for the samples, Plum Deluxe! I’ve never had a custard apple before, so I can’t attest to how much like one this tastes. If they’re anything like this tea though, I’d be happy to try one....” Read full tasting note
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When thinking about a great apple flavored herbal tea, we decided to give it a twist by adding a custard apple (cherimoya). This is an Asian fruit (pronounced share-moy-ya) that is more commonly known as a custard because of its taste. Think of a creamy green apple with a simple, clean, not overly sweet finish. It’s the perfect herbal tea for after dinner or a calming pick-me-up.

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Y’all! It took basically all of my braincells tonight (all seven of them), but I finally managed to focus enough to clear through the queue of tasting notes that I wanted to write about today…

I had this one late in the afternoon, and it was also a really damn good mug of tea! It’s been a long time since I last had cherimoya so the flavour isn’t really fresh in my mind, and it’s not something I had a strong familiarity with either. However, I think this is pretty on track with what I do remember it tasting like? It’s sort of sweet, bright and a little bit juicy golden yellow and crisp green apple meets a hint of fresh, sweet custard with a silky/creamy mouthfeel. This also has some type of mild warming spice element, which I actually felt like amplified some of the fresh sweetness of the blend and added an element of a “baked” fruit/apple type of vibe too.

Warming, golden, creamy – all great words to describe this delicious tea!

Fjellrev

Sounds wonderful!

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Tangy, like a sour apple, sweet like a pineapple, and creamy with a a fragrance of banana is how I characterize the cherimoya. While this tea is not an exact replicate, its flavor profile is right there. I am glad it isn’t an artificial scent. The woodsy green rooibos allows this tea to be resteeped with a lingering flavor that still comes through. I coldsteeped my cup after brewing with hot water. Not a must-have but definitely try it if you like a unique fruity herbal blend.

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 15 sec 3 tsp 20 OZ / 591 ML
Nattie

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Thanks for the samples, Plum Deluxe!

I’ve never had a custard apple before, so I can’t attest to how much like one this tastes. If they’re anything like this tea though, I’d be happy to try one. It’s got a sweet, creamy, fruity taste that’s a little bit appley (although that could probably also be due to the apple pieces), and maybe just a bit like a pear.

I’d like to give it a shot iced. It’s lovely hot, but I’d imagine it’d make a nice iced tea too.

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