The Spiced Apple Chai Black Tea Experience: bright, energizing, inspiring
This is a bold blend of black tea, traditional chai spices and crisp apple. Orange peel and apple pieces impart a sweet juiciness, while ginger and cloves deliver a spicy kick.
Tasting Notes: spiced, deep, apple cider
This tea combines classic cold weather favorites: apple cider and masala chai. This combination takes everyone’s favorite chai to new heights. Aromatic, warming spices come forward while creamy apple smooths it out. Ginger and clove are abundant; cinnamon and cardamom follow next in the spicy brew. This delightful blend will cheer and warm you.
Ingredients: Black tea, cinnamon, ginger, cardamom, orange, cloves, apple pieces, natural flavors.
- 1.5 tsp Per Cup
- 4-5 Minutes
Savoring Your Experience:
Add a little milk to up the creaminess a bit. Or for a special treat add a pinch of vanilla sugar and splash of whipping cream. For breakfast, serve with a piping hot bowl of steel-cut oats, and for an afternoon pick-me-up try it with shortbread or oatcakes.
It’s said that only nine years after landing at Plymouth in 1620, colonists planted apple trees in the area that would be Massachusetts. In Colonial America, cider was the most common beverage, and even children drank it in a diluted form. Pressing fresh apple juice (and fermenting some) was a simple way to preserve the large fruit harvest.