Firm, sweet apple pieces are enhanced by the crisp, freshness of pineapple to create a beautiful, soft, low-acidity fruit infusion.
TASTE NOTES : Summer Delight
BREWING : Two teaspoons per cup. Boiling water, then brew your infusion, 5+ mins, a little honey or sugar, without milk.
INGREDIENTS : Apple pieces, pineapple cubes (pineapple, sugar), acidifying agent: ascorbic acid, flavouring, freeze-dried apple pieces
NOTES : This infusion is a low acidic fruit blend.
To make a big jug of apple iced tea, take six generous teaspoons of fruit infusion, add a 3/4 litre of boiling water. Sweeten with honey or sugar if you fancy. Leave to cool and strain (and then chill in the fridge if you like). Serve over ice with a sprig of mint. Or try making a more concentrated infusion and top up with lemonade, or sparkling water or even perry for extra fizz. If you don't drink it all - freeze in an ice cube tray to enjoy later or frozen on a stick, like a lolly.Mix & Match Any Tea Discount
This is a lovely refreshing tea hit or cold
I really like this tea. It takes a while to brew but it is very enjoyable when it's ready. The packet said 8+ minutes to brew. I found brewing it longer brought out the sweet notes so I left it in closer to 15 minutes. It's also very nice cold!
Fresh tasting, can be drunk hot or cold, as good as the teas from Tugboat usually are
I was looking for an equivalent to the Apple Tea I loved in Istanbul. In that regard, my search continues. I find this blend a bit insipid. However, I have discovered that if I mix it 50/50 with one of the citrus offerings from Tugboat, such as the lemon or, better yet, the passionfruit and orange, I get an absolutely gorgeous result. It needs at least 5 minutes infusing, but the result is a zingy, tasty, fruity offering - my go to fruit tea infusion.