Apple Orchard Cider

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Fruit Herbal Rooibos Blend
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Bulk, Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Caffeine Free
Certification
Organic
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From Beach House Teas

Apple Orchard Cider loose-leaf tea is a new take on a traditional fall treat. Crafted with real organic Pacific Northwest Honeycrisp apples and Bartlett Pears from the Hood River Valley in Oregon, this tea will delight the senses with it’s warming kick from 100% Organic, Fair Trade Herbs. Tea has always been a source of comfort, and its soothing power is expressed through its visual color palette. In autumn, the outdoor landscape changes to a range of warm colors and hues. The tea’s visual color palette captures this natural beauty, creating an inviting atmosphere for relaxation.

Ingredients:
Organic Red Rooibos Tea
Organic Hawthorn Leaf & Flower
Organic Pacific Northwest Nettle Leaf
Organic Basil Leaf
Organic Calendula Petals
Organic Pacific Northwest Honeycrisp Apples
Organic Pacific Northwest Bartlett Pear
Organic Cinnamon Chips
Organic Cloves
Pure Extracts

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Very interesting blend; I expected a generally sweet apple profile overall but what I got was actually more of a spiced/mulled apple cider and I think that was actually so much better. So, definitely brightness from the apple (and pear) – I’d call it a mix of red and green apple sort of flavours, but there’s also a lot of strong cinnamon and clove notes in this that really accent the apple. So, it’s like “big punch of fruit” followed by a huge sweep of comforting, warming spice notes. Apple and clove is such a good pairing too, in my opinion. And then, of course, just a little bit of woody undertone from the rooibos.

Really interesting; can’t wait to revisit. It sort of made apple tea seem exciting again; when hasn’t happened for me in a long time…

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this tea company just reminds me of the music from Beach House. :D

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