Berkshire Apple and Fig

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Black Fruit Blend
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Apple, Fig
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170 °F / 76 °C 5 min, 0 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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Berkshire Apple and Fig is a decadent combination of black tea, New England heirloom apples, sweet figs, hints of warming cloves, and star anise. This tea is excellent over ice or as a spicy hot beverage.

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I recived this sample in a fabulous giveaway from CrowKettle, thanks!

The flavouring is kind of nicely layered in this tea. At first I taste creamy textured dried fig, followed by baked apple and finally the tingling nip of cloves. I don’t really taste the anise and in the end the apple dominate the flavouring. I can see where ifjuly got the reference of cider, as the tea itself is tannic and drying in the mouth. The tea has a floral note and is slightly bitter. I don’t really find it that spicy but on the other hand I have a high tolerance for spice. Not a must have for me as I have apple and fig teas I prefer but I am happy to have had the chance to try it!

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COUGH MEDICINE!!! ACK. Dumped the cup and literally spit out what was in my mouth.

Utopia teas are super hit or miss for me. I love roasted almond cookie. Love it! But some of the others are seriously, not for me in a crazy way.


Geez, it’s not your day for tea!


i knew i wouldn’t like this one hot (i really hate apple in tea almost always) so i tried it cold steeped, and it tasted like subtle, complex cider in a good way. in case you, uh, have any more to deal with. (:

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I think I like this one site unseen just because of the name. It sounds so…Dickensian :)


Right? Turns out it is not the only “Berkshire Apple and Fig” tea on here, too, which surprised me.

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This was a freebie Utopia sent me, forgot to cupboard it here, whoops. After so many unsuccessful apple teas I decided to straightaway only try this cold steeped, and I must say it’s really good that way, and perfect for the season—it’s like light, subtle cider, but with more going on, a warmth and fig-jamminess that’s great. Thirst-quenching and tasty. Even so I’m not sure I’ll try what’s left hot…you know me.


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