Although delicious alone --- even without sugar or milk --- it is a great tea blend to incorporate into other beverage recipes. In keeping with the "Apple Day Celebration" that Clarice is promoting, I thought it only fitting that I share an autumnal recipe that uses this tea as it's base.
Market Spice Tea Party Punch
3 cups strong Market Spice Tea (brewed)
2 liter 7-Up (or sparkling water)
1 can frozen APPLE juice concentrate
1 can frozen cranberry juice concentrate
Mix and serve over ice.
My adaptation: Substitute regular water for the 7-Up and serve hot with cinnamon sticks to stir the cup.
I'm off to make a cuppa tea. Have a wonderful day!
I might have to settle for my Celestial Seasonings orange spice just for having read this post. Reading about tea makes me want a cup...a nice hot cup on this chilly morning.ReplyDelete
You have so many fun places to go in your area.ReplyDelete
I love Market spice tea too...great pictures..ReplyDelete
Mmm...I love teas with cinnamom and spices, especially in the cooler months. I can't wait till we order that Rosemary and lavendar tea together. That's gonna be tasty.:) Have a great day!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing this lovely recipe....printing it out now!ReplyDelete
This tea sounds wonderful, I just love a blend like this at this time of year, or any time for that matter!ReplyDelete
Your punch sounds delicious too, I'll have to try it.
Many sweet blessings!
Sounds like wonderful tea Wish I was there to enjoy a cup with you right nowReplyDelete
Yummy what an awesome place to go.I would love this store.Anything fresh is better.ReplyDelete
That sounds so yummy! Perfect for a cool fall day of raking leaves, don't you think? Rather thirsty after all the work and something spicy sounds good. It's always so pleasant to stop in though I don't always say, "Hello".ReplyDelete
I trust you have a blessed week!
Sounds so yummy. I bought a Caramel Apple Tea last week that is really good.ReplyDelete
I used to always love that tea, and then I think I couldn't find it as much or something and quit drinking it. I love the recipe. I may have to mix some up when the family comes Thanksgiving.ReplyDelete