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Do you love tea? I absolutely love tea. In fact, an entire drawer in my pantry is dedicated to tea. I love a variety of tea flavors and often change my regular tea choices with the seasons. When fall comes, I break out my favorite fall tea flavors.

What could be more cozy than sipping a cup of yummy tea on a crisp fall day?

Below, I list three tea flavors I love to enjoy in the fall. All three of these come from Republic of Tea.

Caramel Apple Red Tea 

This is my all-time favorite tea. With its distinct apple flavor with definite hints of caramel, this tea is so delicious. It is an african rooibos that has a natural sweetness. Sugar or honey is unnecessary with this tea. I enjoy mine with a bit of creamer. I like to brew it nice and strong.

From the Republic of Tea: “Sweet African rooibos is the ideal base for smooth caramel and crisp apple flavors. This pleasing caffeine-free blend is wonderful as a dessert tea. Enjoy with a splash of warm milk.”

Pumpkin Spice Black Tea

This sweet, spicy black tea is so tasty. It makes a great pumpkin spice tea latte.

From the Republic of Tea: “Keep Warm and Carry On – Cozy up and sip this warm blend of fine black tea and autumnal spices –cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg and cloves. Energizing black tea wards off the chill of the crisp, fall season, and a splash of warm milk transforms this tea to pumpkin pie in a cup.”

Hot Apple Cider Tea

This tea tastes very much likes mulled cider. It is spicy and sweet and apple-y and just plain yummy.

Republic of Tea says: “A naturally-caffeine free blend of apples, cinnamon cloves and ginger. Reminiscent of apple cider, with the luscious aroma of cinnamon and cloves, make this cup the perfect accompaniment to the colors of the harvest season.”

If you like tea, you will really enjoy these 3 tea flavors. They are perfect for fall and each one is delicious!

What are your favorite tea flavors for fall? If you’d care to share in the comments, I’d love to know. I’m always looking for new teas to try!

Please note: This post does not contain affiliate links. I just really like this tea and wanted to share it with you.

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