Apple-achia is black tea with apple. The name is a play on the words apple (WV state fruit is the golden apple discovered in 1905 in Clay county) and Appalachian (of or relating to the region of Appalachia, its inhabitants, or their culture). We are proud of our Appalachian heritage and the many traditions that have come from Appalachia that started from the need for self-sufficiency in the mountains. The region is known for handmade quilts, pottery, wood carvings, poetry, writing, and music. Apple-achia has a lively fruity flavor highlighting notes of fresh golden apples. Garnish with a cinnamon stick or a slice of lemon for special occasions. Great served hot or iced.
Ingredients: black tea, apple pieces, blackberry and lime leaves, safflower petals, natural flavors1 tsp/ 8 ox of water/steep 3-7 minutes/ add milk and sugar to taste