Apple Nut Chai

Tea type
Chai Honeybush Rooibos Blend
Ingredients
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Flavors
Apple, Apple Skins, Cinnamon, Ginger, Smooth, Sweet
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Caffeine Free
Certification
Not available
Edit tea info Last updated by Roswell Strange
Average preparation
Boiling 6 min, 0 sec 12 oz / 354 ml

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  • “Hot, you can really taste the apple. It’s fun to have that authentic appley flavor along with the spices. It’s fresh and tasty. As it cooled, more pepper came out and the apple faded. I can’t...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I got this one in my recent 52Teas order as a sample. Last night I wanted something caffeine free before bed. I have many other teas that qualified, but I decided to try this one. Num! really...” Read full tasting note
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  • “ Advent Calendar Day 4 I generally steer clear of teas with “apple” in the name because so often they taste only of cinnamon and not of apple at all. This one is a happy exception to that trend! I...” Read full tasting note
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From 52teas

As I was designing the menu for this month’s teas, my mind was definitely on my favorite season of the year: Fall! I don’t know if I’m just in a hurry for Fall to get here or for this year to be over . . . .

Either way, I think you’ll be happy that fall is approaching when you try the teas I created for this month – starting with this one! It starts with a base of organic Honeybush & Rooibos. To that, I added almond essence (no worries, it’s nut free!) & bits of dried apple. Finally, I added some cinnamon & ginger. I didn’t go for all the traditional spices for this one, because I wanted more focus on the apple notes & I think this blend captures just the right balance of sweet apple, nutty notes & warm spices – it tastes a bit like a warm apple crumble (that is, if you drink it while it’s still hot! It is really good iced too, if you prefer it!)

This blend is all organic, VEGAN, gluten-free, allergen-free & naturally caffeine-free – making it a perfect tisane to sip on day or night!

Taster size is approximately 15g

organic ingredients: honeybush, rooibos, apples, cinnamon, ginger root & natural flavors

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Yum! Sipping on this makes me so eager for fall to finally get here! Like I said in the above description: I’m not sure if I just want my favorite season of the year to get here or I’m ready for this year to finally be over. That said, I really am so done with the hot weather, even though this year, we’ve had a cooler summer than in recent years past, I still am ready for the cooler days of autumn.

The apple here is perfect – the cinnamon & ginger accent the apple nicely. The apple with the spices are evocative of a cup of hot apple cider – but when the nutty notes come through, I’m reminded of a tasty apple crumble, fresh out of the oven. All that is needed is a scoop of ice cream. As it happens, this tisane makes a delightful latte!

to brew: give the pouch a good shake to blend the ingredients thoroughly – they will settle – and you’ll want a fair representation of the spices in every cup! measure 4g of leaf, fruit & spice to 12 ounces of freshly filtered water heated to 190°F – allow to steep for 10 minutes. strain & allow to cool for 5 minutes. enjoy!

I do recommend adding a bit of sugar as this will enhance not just the spice notes but also the apple. You don’t need a lot of sugar for it – just a half a teaspoon will do – but the addition will bring out those flavors nicely!

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Hot, you can really taste the apple. It’s fun to have that authentic appley flavor along with the spices. It’s fresh and tasty. As it cooled, more pepper came out and the apple faded. I can’t really tell what spices I taste. I mostly only notice the base honeybush with very mild spices. I’ve enjoyed it both with and without milk. I wouldn’t reorder it but am glad to try it.

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I got this one in my recent 52Teas order as a sample. Last night I wanted something caffeine free before bed. I have many other teas that qualified, but I decided to try this one. Num! really enjoyed it. Spicy but not overwelmingly so, with a subtle apple flavor nicely coplimented by cinnamon and other spices. Just a delicious cup before bed.

tea-sipper

Wow, this sounds like a good blend.

Maddy Barone

It really is!

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Advent Calendar Day 4

I generally steer clear of teas with “apple” in the name because so often they taste only of cinnamon and not of apple at all. This one is a happy exception to that trend! I really am getting apple vibes…not fresh-from-the-orchard apple, but more like a baked apple with a bit of cinnamon and ginger sprinkled on top. The spices don’t overwhelm the fruit at all (not sure it actually qualifies as a “chai” to be honest!) and the nutty flavor is also quite subtle: to me, it’s coming across almost like the skin of the apple. I’m pleasantly surprised by how much I ended up liking this!

Flavors: Apple, Apple Skins, Cinnamon, Ginger, Smooth, Sweet

Preparation
Boiling 6 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML
Courtney

Agreed about the apple and cinnamon, but yay for this tea being different!

52Teas

I actually debated with myself about whether I should call it “spiced apple nut” or “apple nut chai” and I decided that I seem to call everything “spiced.” Since this was crafted just as autumn approached, I went with chai to go with the season because – it’s my opinion that autumn/fall should just be called CHAI. :)

tea-sipper

haha, yep, autumn is the drinking gallons of chai time. :D

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