Anu, this was quick, simple and tasty! I used Green tea and let it soak about 1 minute, not squeezing the bag when I took it out! Thanks for this quick fix!
AWESOME! I really, really liked this yummy tea-creation. It was so fresh and fruity as well as warm and spicy. Mmmm!
For the tea I used a roiboos tea with cocoa nibs and that was very nice!
THANK YOU SO MUCH for sharing this keeper with us, Anu!
Made and reviewed for the apple events in the Diabetic and Spanish Forum October 2010.
This is really good stuff! I loved it! However, next ime I'm making it I will add a small stick of cinnamon instead of powder, or filter the prepared beverage for a clearer tea. Thanks for posting Anu.
This was exactly what I needed tonight! Easy and delicious, with just the right level of spice. For the tea, I used Tazo's Green Ginger (green tea with ginger and "a touch of pear") and let it steep for a minute or two in order to bring out the flavor more fully. Simply wonderful. Thanks for a recipe I'll be making again and again!
This was a nice drink a cross between apple cider and tea. A real warmer on this cold night. Thanks Anu.
This was really lovely. I used large dashes of cinnamon and nutmeg and used mint tea. It was a lovely sweet tasting tea on a rainy day!
Easy, quick and yummy! What more could you want?! I made mine with black tea, but I love how versatile this is and how heart-warming! I found that the "pinches" of spices had to be fairly generous to give a real flavor. I did use both the cinnamon and nutmeg, but will experiment with other spices that go well with apples like cloves and cardamom. The tea imparted a delicate unexpected wonderful flavor. I was really impressed by this! A great change from the normal cuppa tea. Thanks, Anu! :)
I enjoyed this immensely! I nuked it with a cinnamon stick didn't use nutmeg, and for the tea I used Yogi Tea Classic India Spice tea. This reminds me of my Cranberry,Apple Spiced Tea Cranberry,Apple Spiced Tea