Apple Crumble

Tea type
Fruit Tea
Almonds, Apple Pieces, Chicory, Cinnamon, Hazelnuts
Apple, Cinnamon, Hazelnut, Apple Candy, Baked Bread
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Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 19 oz / 560 ml

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Apple Crumble has all the flavour of home-baked goodness. The hints of apple, chicory and cinnamon make it a pastry you can sip! This scrumptious tisane melts in your mouth, with a complex taste that’s not too sweet and not too sour. Excellent served hot or iced, brew a pot any time of the day. It’s good enough to eat.

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This one smells so much like pastry it’s hard not to be impressed. I only hope it tastes as good. Fortunately, there doesn’t appear to be much/any hibiscus in the one, so perhaps the apple will be allowed to shine…

I’m used to being let down by this kind of tea, but I have to admit that I’m rather impressed by this one. The initial sip is super buttery and a little biscuitty; really reminiscent of crumble topping. The apple comes through in the mid-sip, and has a soft, baked flavour that’s still genuinely apple-y, rather than floury or floral. Pretty much exactly how I like my apple flavouring to be in tea! The two aspects of the flavour – buttery/biscuit and baked apple – work really well together, and do combine to create a convincing “apple crumble” flavour. It perhaps doesn’t taste quite as amazing as it smells, but it’s a close thing. I’m happy with that!

Boiling 4 min, 0 sec 2 tsp

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4 tasting notes

Probably my favourite tea, it just tastes like the real thing.

Flavors: Apple, Cinnamon, Hazelnut

Boiling 3 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 14 OZ / 400 ML

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19 tasting notes

I was expecting a lot from this tea, and sadly it didn’t deliver. It smells divine, but that didn’t come through in the tea. Vaguely apple, vaguely cinnamon, but nothing special. I am optimistic that it might perform better as an iced tea – which is what I will likely do with the remainder.

Flavors: Apple, Apple Candy, Cinnamon

205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 15 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 250 ML

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15 tasting notes

An incredibly rich aroma with strong hints of apple, chicory and cinnamon that is remarkably well-reflected in the pastry-like flavour profile – for anyone who enjoys a bit of home-baked goodness :)

Flavors: Apple, Baked Bread, Cinnamon, Hazelnut

Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 17 OZ / 500 ML

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109 tasting notes

Sipdown. Lol. It’s been three years since I first opened this.

Herbal fruit tea. Tastes like the dessert. Liking the cinnamon. A little tart when brewed for more than a few minutes, but I can see some people liking that.

Flavour didn’t diminish with time, which is rare. Not rebuying, but rating stays the same.

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1024 tasting notes

This is such a wonderful warm hug of a dessert tea. A touch of sweetener in the hazelnut brittle but apart from that it’s a tart baked good in liquid form.

Picked today because I still had a sample kicking around from when T2 had run out of stock and samples were all I could get! But it’s back in stock as of a couple of weeks ago so I’ve got a cheeky unopened box at home now too.

Also picked because I forgot to pack any infusers or steepers in my bag today and Apple Crumble’s got big chunks I can filter out with my teeth ;)


Love the “warm hug” metaphor. I’ve had that feeling from tea before, too.


Yes! I get it from all those nutty/sweet combo teas, like this and DAVIDsTEA’s Forever Nuts… just super cosy snuggly teas.

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