A naturally-caffeine free blend of apples, cinnamon cloves and ginger. Reminiscent of apple cider, with the luscious aroma of cinnamon and cloves, make this cup the perfect accompaniment to the colors of the harvest season.
Steeping herbal tea is easy. Simply heat fresh, filtered water to a rolling boil. Then pour water over tea and steep for 5-7 minutes if using a tea bag or full-leaf.
Apple pieces, cinnamon, orange peel, rose hips, berry leave, natural apple flavor, ginger root, cloves, natural lemon flavor, citric acid, cardamom seeds
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What our Citizens are saying about this great gift of the leaf...
Just Right For The Season
November 26, 2013
I look for this tea every holiday season. It's great for when I want hot apple cider but can't handle the cloying thickness that gets left behind from apple cider's sugar content. Being able to control the sweetness means having the perfect cup, every time.
November 23, 2013
Des Moines, IA
I am so happy to have discovered this tea! It is wonderfully warming and helps to chase the cold from my bones.
I would love it if they could somehow increase the apple flavor a bit more, but it is delicious with little honey.
November 17, 2013
I got this tea in store not realizing it had orange and lemon in it. I'm allergic to both, fortunately, I didn't have a reaction (not sure if the peeling causes me problems). However, the taste was bland and there was no apple flavor at all. I had to use sugar just to make it taste decent. It doesn't taste like Hot Apple Cider at all.
Hot Apple Cider Tea
November 12, 2013
I bought this tea for the first time when the store display went up at my local grocery store. The tea is delicious, not too sweet like other brands. The grocery store sold out, went online and stocked up with enough to get me through the winter. Tastes like a treat but is guilt free
not your traditional apple cider
October 25, 2013
even though it smells more like ginger snap cookies, the ginger taste is very light. This tea would be perfect if the apple taste was a little more prominent.