This Autumn tea recipe combines apple juice, Lipton tea, and cinnamon to create a warming and energizing comfort drink that celebrates the coziness of Autumn. You may already have what you need on hand! Check out the recipe below.
I want to share a delicious (and I mean DELICIOUS) Autumn Apple Tea Recipe that combines the flavors of apple and tea in a way that makes it feel like fresh apple cider (according to both of my kids and my neighbors).
With items probably already in your home, you will have a fall drink that keeps you coming back for more and your family feeling like the holidays have arrived.
How to Make Autumn Apple Tea
In a 2-quart saucepan, heat juice just to a boil. Remove from heat and add Lipton® Cup Size Tea Bags. Cover and brew for 5 minutes. Remove Tea Bags and squeeze. Stir in the remaining ingredients. Garnish, if desired, with clove-studded apple slices.
Tip: We also added some fresh cinnamon to our apple slices
I also LOVE serving in a big mason jar dispenser. If you don’t have one, it makes the table set up so adorable and easy for kids to use when they want more (and they will!)
Autumn Apple Tea Recipe
Family Time With Autumn Tea
Don’t forget the holidays are a reason to spread family joy and spend time with your kids making memories. My kids love to taste test everything from the kitchen but they also love cooking and crafting as well.
This recipe is so easy for them to get involved with by measuring, stirring, and pouring. For your youngest, you can have them insert sticks into the apples or even sprinkle some cinnamon and sugar in the glasses.
- 3 cups apple juice
- 6 Lipton® Cup Size Tea Bags
- 1/4 cup firmly packed brown sugar
- 1/4 cup brandy optional
In 2-quart saucepan, heat juice just to a boil. Remove from heat and add Lipton® Cup Size Tea Bags. Cover and brew 5 minutes. Remove Tea Bags and squeeze. Stir in remaining ingredients. Garnish, if desired, with clove-studded apple slices.
Tip: We also added some fresh cinnamon on our apple slices
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Q: Can I use decaf tea for Autumn Tea?
A: Yes, you can use decaffeinated Lipton or your favorite brand of decaf tea. You can also switch it up and use an herbal tea like rooibos if you don’t want any tea leaves at all in the mix. It’s still delish!
Q: Can I use a different type of tea for Autumn Tea?
A: Absolutely! Try using Lady Grey for a slightly citrusy flavor, or Pu-erh tea for a deeper, smoother, more earthy flavor. It blends wonderfully with the apple flavor.