Apple Crunch

Tea type
Herbal Tea
Ingredients
Apple Pieces, Hibiscus, Lemon Peel, Natural Flavours, Roasted Chicory Root, Rose Hips
Flavors
Green Apple, Green Pepper, Hibiscus
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Caffeine
Caffeine Free
Certification
Organic
Edit tea info Last updated by MissB
Average preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 8 min or more 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “Sipdown (171) Call me crazy but the first sip I took of the tea tasted like a green…pepper. Yep. Pepper. Not an apple which is made even more confusing by the fact that as soon as water touch this...” Read full tasting note
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  • “GCTTB Twinings suggested that if I like a stronger flavour, let it steep for longer than 4 minutes. Well, I think I’ll just do that. Did a tea no-no, and left the tea bag in the cup, and didn’t...” Read full tasting note
  • “green apple tea. check. :) snother from MissB i swear i will get through all these tasty samples eventually :) this is a pretty good one if you’re looking for a fresh apple tea that is just apple...” Read full tasting note
    76
  • “This definitely tastes like a crisp, green apple. If you like apple tea, I’d put this at the top of the list to try, especially at the price point. Apple tea isn’t terribly high on my list though...” Read full tasting note
    72

From Twinings

A beautiful apple orchard. Where round, juicy fruits glisten red, green and gold in the crisp autumn sun.

Did you know that apples are thought to be ancient symbol of love? You’re bound to fall for this refreshing, mellow-sweet blend, made with real apple pieces.

Made with all-natural ingredients – nothing more, nothing less. Naturally caffeine free with no added sugar, enjoy any time of the day. Fancy yours chilled? Let the infusion cool down first, before adding some ice and lemonade.

White Hibiscus, Rosehips, Natural Flavouring (10%), Apple Pieces* (9%), Hibiscus, Lemon Peel*, Roasted Chicory Root*, *All our herbs gently steamed, the process is gentle to protect their delicate taste

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Sipdown (171)

Call me crazy but the first sip I took of the tea tasted like a green…pepper. Yep. Pepper. Not an apple which is made even more confusing by the fact that as soon as water touch this tea bag, the aroma of crisp apples filled the air. As I continue to drink, I am picking up more of a tart, green apple flavor (definitely hints of the hibiscus, though in this case it helps create the flavor rather than destroy it). Still, I can’t help but feel that this may have been better suited as a cold tea (either cold brewed or iced) to help bring out the fresh apple crunch I know it is capable of having. It’s a nice enough tea and despite my pepper misstep in the beginning, the end result is certainly an apple tea, though not one I will miss too much now that I have used up the only tea bag I had of it from London (one I had to literally run across a marathon to get!).

Flavors: Green Apple, Green Pepper, Hibiscus

MissB

Oh my goodness! These were crazy to get for me, too. I need to send back more when I go over again, that store was amazing. I mean, buying one tea bag amazing.

rosebudmelissa

Both of the Twinings Hibiscus blends I’ve tried (the Raspberry and the Blueberry), tasted like bell pepper. So strange. I have no idea what gives it that taste.

VariaTEA

MissB, it was definitely crazy to get in there but it made for a good story and the store was really lovely so I’d say it was worth it.

rosebudmelissa, thank goodness someone else got peppers because that was very strange.

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GCTTB

Twinings suggested that if I like a stronger flavour, let it steep for longer than 4 minutes. Well, I think I’ll just do that. Did a tea no-no, and left the tea bag in the cup, and didn’t find any adverse effects from doing that. Tart green apple flavour is on point. This is quite tasty, and the next time I’m in the grocery store, I just might pick some up!

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green apple tea. check. :) snother from MissB i swear i will get through all these tasty samples eventually :) this is a pretty good one if you’re looking for a fresh apple tea that is just apple and not apple caramel or some other variation.

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This definitely tastes like a crisp, green apple. If you like apple tea, I’d put this at the top of the list to try, especially at the price point. Apple tea isn’t terribly high on my list though (unless perhaps it’s a baked apple crumble), so my rating is just okay.

Flavors: Green Apple

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 8 min or more 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML
Kittenna

Sounds good, but the ingredient list looks frightening, haha.

OMGsrsly

Wait, white hibiscus, what?!

MissB

Yea, both white and regular hibiscus listed in this one.

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