Arcadian Apple

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Green White Blend
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190 °F / 87 °C 0 min, 15 sec

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A sweet blend of green and white teas with a touch of ambrosial papaya, pineapple and ripe orchard apples. Delightful day or night, you’ll keep reaching for this wonderful tea!

How to Prepare
Use 1 teaspoon of tea per 8oz of water. Heat water to 175 degrees and steep for up to 2 minutes.

Ingredients: Green tea, white tea, apple bits, candied pineapple, candied papaya, cardamom, cherries (with pit), raisins and marigold petals.

This tea blends well with:
Superfruit Unity Green Tea
Sweet Oolong Revolution Tea
Silver Needle White Tea

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558 tasting notes

Had a Teavana barista brew up a glass of this as I was walking around the mall today. I felt like trying another of their flavored greens.

The tea brewed up a very pale melon green. I had them lightly sweeten it and it really tasted like candied apples, not caramel apples, but candied red apples, like a Yankee McIntosh candle, but in a drink form. It was a decent flavor, but I didn’t taste much of the green tea or white tea base at all. I think I’d enjoy having more of this tea.


It’s funny you should mention Yankee candles. There’s a new one Strawberry Buttercream and everytime I smell it I think (to myself of course) I WISH this were a tea! It’s smells yum!

Meghann M

Ooh, I’ll have to go sniff that one. I love scented things, tea, candles, lotions.


Candl-roma-therapy! If you’re not near a Yankee Candle, Cracker Barrel usually has a really nice selection of both Yankee and Wood Wick scents.

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193 tasting notes

Very light tea with a slight sweet apple taste. Enjoyable but not one that is a staple in my cupboard. I made the last pot of this tonight. Yeah for an empty tin! (not for long though!)


My daughter enjoyed this one as well. Her words “I wuv it”

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We were waiting for the vet to do some tests on our cat, so we went to the mall to kill time and run errands. One of the errands was to stock up on stuff that we drink regularly at Teavana. We ended up buying so much that they gave us free drinks! That’s never happened before, but we usually shop at a different store on the other side of town.

I decided to try one I hadn’t had before and ended up buying a few ounces of it. I like this one because neither the fruit nor the tea taste dominates, there’s a nice balance of both. I’ll do another review later when I’m sitting at the computer with it (and so can write more detail). I just remember it being a very well balanced cup of tea.

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Can you say P-o-t-p-o-u-r-r-i? It’s like they threw everything but the kitchen sink in there or they let Willy Wonka design tea. We were puzzlingly picking out the bobbles of unknown spice/fruit like dumb apes wondering, tea? You can marinate poultry with this stuff.
Got as a gift. Left it in the purdy floral tin for a while, like erm, a year! So “colorful” it scared our parrot. Cuppa brews and we’re burping fruity.

185 °F / 85 °C 0 min, 15 sec

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This tea was a bit like sensory overload for me. Generally that’s not a good thing with tea, but with this blend, somehow it was a good thing. I’ll start with the smell, which is amazing. Whenever I open this I get wafts of apple orchards on a fall day. The taste is also spectacular- not nearly as sweet or as flavored as one might initially expect based on the scent. Overall a very nice tea- light and fruity.

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