Apple and Cinnamon

Tea type
Fruit Herbal Blend
Ingredients
Apple, Blackberry Leaves, Cinnamon, Citric Acid, Natural Flavours, Roasted Chicory Root
Flavors
Apple, Cinnamon
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Caffeine
Caffeine Free
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Average preparation
Boiling 4 min, 45 sec

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  • “This is from my Teapigs pick ‘n’ mix. Mmm, apple cinnamon. One of my favorite flavor combinations. It’s hard to get it wrong. And of course, this tea doesn’t. However, the first thing I think of...” Read full tasting note
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  • “After Friday’s success with Chocolate and Mint, I pulled out another old “new” Teapigs to try this morning – Apple and Cinnamon! It has a picture of a muffin on the package, and I’m feeling like...” Read full tasting note
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Whether its in grandma’s pie, giant muffins or American pancakes nothing beats the flavour of sweet juicy apple with punchy cinnamon spice. It’s the perfect combination for a lovely fruity, punchy and spicy tea. Thanks go to the team at Olive and Bean, one of our lovely stockists in Newcastle who suggested this blend of apple and cinnamon.

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This is from my Teapigs pick ‘n’ mix.

Mmm, apple cinnamon. One of my favorite flavor combinations. It’s hard to get it wrong. And of course, this tea doesn’t. However, the first thing I think of when I smell it steeping is Celestial Seasonings. Zingers in particular. I flash back to being 11 years old, reading at the kitchen table with my after school tea. My respite before homework.

With a little honey, this is lovely. It really does taste like apple pie. Smelling the sweet spice before taking a sip is pretty heavenly. I wish the spices were a tiny bit heavier, but that’s just me. The red apple flavor is natural and holds its own.

I’m really enjoying Teapigs’ herbal selection. I feel I’m starting to change my mind about herbal teas in general. Maybe their gentleness makes them interesting. I get a lot of caffeine during the day. It’s nice to come home and sip something warm that isn’t going to tense me up or make me nervous.

Flavors: Apple, Cinnamon

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 45 sec

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After Friday’s success with Chocolate and Mint, I pulled out another old “new” Teapigs to try this morning – Apple and Cinnamon! It has a picture of a muffin on the package, and I’m feeling like muffins might be a good idea this morning, so hopefully this will capture the spirit of that in liquid form. Sadly, I have no actual muffins. I gave this bag approximately 4.5 minutes in boiling water, having taken a couple of sips to determine that the flavour level had reached a point of happiness.

As with Chocolate Mint, this is another happy tea for me considering it’s bagged and herbal. The apple flavour is surprisingly accurate – baked, a little mushy/floury, with the tiniest edge of sharpness. The cinnamon pairs well with it and is nicely balanced – by no means overpowering, but adding just a nice, warming, comforting edge of spice. The overall flavour reminds me very much of apple pie filling, or, indeed, an apple and cinnamon muffin. This is another herbal I’d keep around.

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 30 sec

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