Turkish Apple Infusion

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

Caffeine-Free Fruit Infusion 

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.

For a summer iced tea treat - 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
Any 3 x Regular Tea Pouches = £11

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Apple tea

This smells and tastes Yummy - refreshing and enjoyable to drink. Not like usual fruit teas that smell better they taste.


This is a lovely refreshing tea hit or cold

Refreshing and fruity

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!

Turkish Apple Infusion

Fresh tasting, can be drunk hot or cold, as good as the teas from Tugboat usually are

A mixed blessing

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.