I can hardly believe it's October already, and we're actually into fall. Where did summer go?
With the change of season, my taste buds also change.
In the spring and summer, I favor fruity-flavored teas. In the fall, I like to transition to more robust teas with apple, cinnamon, and caramel, as that is what my taste buds crave.
I'm happy to say I have 4 great apple teas that make my taste buds happy, and I'm sure they'll make yours happy, too. I have one black tea, green tea, rooibos, and herbal, so I have something for everyone.
Apple Cinnamon French Toast is my black tea offering. And yes, it really does taste just like apple cinnamon french toast.
This tea has been a favorite in the store for years. It's easy to fall in love with this tea because of its sweet apple cinnamon flavor.
Pair it up in the morning with some French toast or pancakes...can you say yum? Or enjoy it in the evening as a dessert tea.
I often top this tea with whipped cream and a pinch of cinnamon, which takes this tea to a whole new level of deliciousness.
My green tea offering is Apple Spice Green Tea.
It's the perfect blend of apple, spices, and high-quality green tea. It's a tea that you can enjoy hot or cold. It also can handle a bit of local honey, making the flavor pop more.
Green tea has many antioxidants to help boost your immune system, so you know you're giving your body something good and tasty.
Organic Grandma's Apple Pie is from my Rooibos collection.
This tea tastes just like the homemade apple pie fresh from your mom and grandma's oven!
The crisp flavor of orchard-fresh apples mingling with the rich warmth of spice in this guilt-free indulgence brings back many happy memories.
Rooibos has many of the same health-promoting properties as green tea but is naturally caffeine-free.
You can enjoy this tea any time of the day or night. This great-tasting tea also comes with a powerful dose of antioxidants that your body will love.
Apple Cinnamon Herbal Tea is my fourth apple offering.
This naturally caffeine-free tea has all the apple cinnamon flavor you crave but without the caffeine.
Kids also enjoy this tea and frequently ask for it when they're in the store. It is a guilt-free offering moms are happy to serve up. Feel free to add a bit of local honey, and if you're feeling a bit indulgent, top it with a bit of whipped cream and a pinch of cinnamon.
Here's to a happy start to fall.
Disclaimer: This newsletter is for informational purposes only and is not intended to diagnose or treat any medical condition. It is not to replace the advice of a qualified healthcare or medical professional.