Jewish Traditional Apple Tea
For many families, apple tea is a staple for holidays like Rosh Hashannah (to bring in the sweet New Year) and Hannukah (because it’s a perfect way to warm your body from the cold). Therefore, apple tea has found its way into Jewish tradition and customs. Make yourself some apple tea, today! For black tea straight from Israel, browse our tea gallery. 


· 1 cup water 
· 4 whole allspice 
· 2 individual black tea bags 
· 1 cup unsweetened apple juice or cider 
· 2 tablespoons honey 


In a small saucepan, bring water and allspice just to a boil; add tea bags. Remove from the heat; cover and steep for 3 minutes. Discard allspice and tea bags. Stir in apple juice and honey; heat through. 

For other beverages straight from Israel, check out our coffee gallery.