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I loved the idea of a pumpkin toffee tea … I love pumpkin … I love toffee … what’s not to love! The toffee notes are portrayed really nicely in this tea. Sweet and spicy from the pumpkin spices, creamy. Delicious.

The toffee tastes buttery and accentuates the pumpkin really nicely … not a flavor combination I would have thought of but it works. I love that Frank chose a green tea base here instead of black tea, I think that the black tea would have obscured some of the tasty nuances of the toffee and pumpkin.

YUM!

MissB

I just had this yesterday myself. How did you go about brewing it?

LiberTEAS

I brewed it in my breville one touch. Temperature was 180 and the steep time was 2 minutes.

MissB

Ah yes, I need to get back to using my Breville for brewing instead of just using it as a boiling water canister. ;) Thanks! :)

seule771

Dragonwell is green tea similarly to that Gunpowder Tea. How can it be mixed with pumpkin and Toffee…amazing. I will not try this one.

No offense, remember I am the one that purchase the Doggy Tea thinking it was to be consume by humans when not. Good luck.

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MissB

I just had this yesterday myself. How did you go about brewing it?

LiberTEAS

I brewed it in my breville one touch. Temperature was 180 and the steep time was 2 minutes.

MissB

Ah yes, I need to get back to using my Breville for brewing instead of just using it as a boiling water canister. ;) Thanks! :)

seule771

Dragonwell is green tea similarly to that Gunpowder Tea. How can it be mixed with pumpkin and Toffee…amazing. I will not try this one.

No offense, remember I am the one that purchase the Doggy Tea thinking it was to be consume by humans when not. Good luck.

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