For our Bonus Post today, it will be a review on Lord Lancaster Apple Cinnamon Tea.
I was out shopping with the kids, getting craft supplies for a project they were doing. While looking for all the things they needed, my eldest son and I came across a display of tea. He and I enjoy tea together, it is one of our bonding times. He really liked the idea of apple cinnamon tea, and asked if we could try it out. So I grabbed a box.
Item – Lord Lancaster
Cost – $1.25CAD for 30 Teabags
Purchase Location – Dollar Tree (in Canada)
This is a black tea, and it does have artificial flavours present.
Since this is a black tea, I sadly can’t have my son enjoy too much of it, as he really doesn’t need that much caffeine coursing through him. We normally drink herbal teas together, and I leave the caffeine based ones to times when he isn’t around. That being said, he did really like this, alot. Might be the caffeine talking though, haha.
This has a super pleasant smell, that filled up our whole downstairs. I might just get this to replace all the scented contraptions, and just brew a post and have the house smell like this all the time.
Normally when I have purchased apple cinnamon teas in the past, it is always the cinnamon that is the overpowering component. This time it was the apple, which I thought was surprising, but really didn’t mind. The tea is definitely more fruity than spicy, but still has enough cinnamon to enjoy both flavours together.
One bag makes 500ml of strong tea, and you can get a weaker 250ml of tea out of the bag, if you were really trying to stretch it. This tea is nice hot or chilled.
Yes. I haven’t had an apple cinnamon tea in a good while, as I normally make my own mulled mix every fall. I am curious about the other flavours now, and whither some of them might not have black tea as an ingredient. Maybe we can find something else more easily enjoyed for the both of us, in the lineup.
‘Til the next post