There has been a change in the weather and it is giving me the autumnal feels. So today I thought it would be nice to introduce you to our Apple Spice blend. Whilst you can enjoy this drink on a warm summers day as an iced tea or a cold brew, when the weather changes its always comforting to reach for this blend in particular. This is an Apple and cinnamon based tisane


The main ingredient in this blend are Apples which are extremely rich in important antioxidants and dietary fibre. A few possible benefits may include reducing hypertension, aiding with type 2 diabetes and heart disease.

Hibiscus is said to lower blood pressure and cinnamon aids digestion.


Let the cinnamon in this blend gently warm you whilst adding a natural sweetness to this blend. Whilst, the sweetness of the apples are balanced by the slight tartness of hibiscus and the rose petals adds to the beauty and aroma of the blend.

Apple Spice Blend


Each ingredient in looseleaf teas and blends take their own time to release their flavours once they are placed in boiling water. For this reason, it is always best to follow the instructions on the packaging for the temperature it should be and the length of time to be steeped.

Check out how to get the best results below!


  • Use fresh water in your kettle or pot boil and boil to 100℃.
  • Place 1 tsp of Apple Spice per person in your infuser and place in a cup or teapot.
  • Pour your hot water into the cup or teapot. For best results leave to steep for about 12 – 15+ mins. Otherwise, it will taste quite weak. It might seem like it takes a while but good things come to those who wait!

Want to learn how to make this as an iced tea or cold brew? Why not join us for one of our Mocktail and Cocktail ParTEA’s, book now!

Happy Sipping!

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Hello, I’m Elle a Tea Champion through the UK Tea Academy. I started Mindful Roots Tea as I have a passion for all things tea. I curate delicious, fun, all-natural tea blends that have added wellness benefits.

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