Autumn Spice - withered leaves were never this lovely
Author: Corina Date Posted:25 February 2015
Autumn has officially arrived, and with it comes the uncertainty of how many layers to wear each day and carrying a cardigan around just in case. So after a long day of putting on and taking off a cardigan, all you want to do is sit back in your temperature-controlled home, watch the leaves fall outside your window, and relax with a cup of tea. A cup of Autumn Spice is just the thing to reflect the ambiguity of autumn as it combines black tea with the fruity and floral hints of orange, apple, and rose petals, and the heady flavours of cinnamon and cloves.
A fantastic combination of sweet and spicy, Autumn Spice is both warming and uplifting. For those trying it for the first time, the taste of orange and cinnamon are the most evident, evoking thoughts of cinnamon cookies. From The Tea Centre’s selection of spicy teas, Autumn Spice would probably be one of the sweeter blends. The ‘Spice’ part of it is just right - not overwhelming the other flavours, the cinnamon contributes to the sweetness and the cloves add a little depth to the palate. The more discernible flavour elements are further accentuated by the addition of the rose petals and apple essence.
This blend is bound to appeal to a range of taste buds, so get your friends around for tea, remind them to bring a cardigan just in case, and enjoy a pot of Autumn Spice.