Sweet Apple Cider

Tea type
Fruit Tea
Apple, Artificial Flavouring, Blackberry Leaves, Vanilla Flavour
Apple, Artificial, Sweet, Sugar, Apple Candy, Apple Skins, Red Apple, Spices, Tart, Cinnamon, Vanilla, Bitter, Stewed Fruits, Caramel, Candy, Green Apple, Cream, Thick
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine Free
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Edit tea info Last updated by Cameron B.
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205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec 5 g 24 oz / 700 ml

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Fall Collection tea from 2014 – launching Aug 27

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DavidsTea is a Canadian specialty tea and tea accessory retailer based in Montreal, Quebec. It is the largest Canadian-based specialty tea boutique in the country, with its first store having opened in 2008.

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316 tasting notes

Still have the original blend and it tastes better than I remember it. Now that it’s fall I will get to drinking it! It’s sweet, of course, a little artificial, but its tasty all the same.

Flavors: Apple, Artificial, Sweet

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113 tasting notes

Unexpectedly vile. So artificial you can smell it…and sour, too.

Flavors: Artificial

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75 tasting notes

A little sweet, but that is in the title.

Flavors: Apple, Sugar

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247 tasting notes

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I’m not sure if this is the same Apple Cider tea that David’s has this year but I like this one. It is a little artificial/candy flavored but I’m not mad. It still tastes more like apple cider than apple juice which makes me happy. I’ll be taking this one out of the box to fill the hole in my collection where Celestial Seasonings’ Caramel Apple Dream once was.

Quick edit: if they wanted this to really be more like cider, it’s missing those cinnamon and clove notes I crave in cider.

Flavors: Apple, Apple Candy, Artificial, Sweet

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484 tasting notes

Here’s Hoping TTB.

I did steep this for quite a while, but it ended up far too sweet. I really need to pick up some dried apple pieces though, since they seem to have a nice flavor for tea.

Flavors: Apple, Sweet

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2958 tasting notes

Back in my cupboard once again! I am that weirdo who goes into the shop and asks for $2 worth of a tea. The inevitable response is “that would only make about one cup” but buy $2 anyway because deep down I know I am cheap and that it will make me at least 4-5 because I let small amounts steep a long time. Hacker level 5000.

Anyway, this is a pleasant herbal tea with strong red apple, dried apple, and spice notes. I would have liked more clove (which I associate with a good apple cider), but cinnamon and blackberry leaves are good too.

Flavors: Apple Skins, Red Apple, Spices

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114 tasting notes

Too sour! Yikes! Next time I’ll try it with the minimum time instead.

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1247 tasting notes

Received this in my secret pumpking package. Thank you so much! I haven’t had anything from David’s tea in awhile. I think this would be really good if you mixed it with chai. It’s pretty good on it’s own but there is a slight lemon flavor that’s a bit odd.

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606 tasting notes

This lovely tea isn’t going to last long! I am starting to inhale it! It’s so yummy iced in my new iced tea travel press! I love this thing. Like so much!

Anyways, I’m loving this one as an iced tea. It’s already sweet enough on its own so nothing added to this one. The rest of my tin won’t last long now…


Have you ever cold-steeped it? I have a random bag hanging out in my collection, and I still haven’t tried it.


Haven’t tried the cold-steeping on this one yet. I could see that being pretty good though

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1163 tasting notes

Thanks for sending me some of this, EmilyGee!

As others have noted, this blend definitely needs no sweetener. It tastes just like hot apple juice – maybe a little thinner than actual juice. I really want it to have some cinnamon in the blend. It doesn’t quite seem like cider without cinnamon. So I made another cup with fresh leaf and half of a crushed up cinnamon stick. Alas, it still wasn’t quite enough. This is a sipdown but I’ll try for a full cinnamon stick if I ever have this again.

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