An Apple Pie in a Teapot!


A fall staple is apples. One can smell the aromas coming from kitchens where traditional apple pies are baking—a pure delight that stimulates all the senses.

The Governor of Massachusetts of the time imported and planted the first apple tree in 1629. Later, the apple spread across the United States thanks to the hard work of a man named John Chapman, otherwise known as Johnny Appleseed, who traveled the country on foot planting apple seeds wherever he went.

Somewhere along the line someone struck upon the idea of baking apples sprinkled with cinnamon. Cinnamon is one of the oldest spices known in the world. It was called by Andrew Dalby “an aroma of divine worship and of sensual luxury."

Our Apple Spice Tea has a delightfully fresh and fruity apple character with delicious cinnamon notes. Brewing a pot of this tea is like baking an apple pie in a teapot! 

Another wonderful herbal tea delight is Okanagon Apple Spice Tea 


Elena Volkova
Elena Volkova

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