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drank Pumpkin Pie by Art of Tea
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Wow I’m really the first one to review this one?! Well, I am a big pumpkin fan to the point that I even make my own “pumpkin pie” oatmeal at home so when I found this I had to try it! It is very much like pumpkin pie in liquid form except it seems a bit heavy on the cinnamon, which isn’t a bad thing – I’m just a nutmeg lover when it comes to pumpkin pie! The tea even tastes a bit creamy as if there is slight whipped cream taste. Also, there is this other flavor that I couldn’t put my finger on and it really made its presence known at the back of my tongue. This really started to annoy me because I couldn’t pick out what that flavor was that I was tasting! So I went to their site and I notice there is honeybush in here and I have never had honeybush before so I assume that is what that mystery taste was since the pumpkin and spices were all distinguishable. This will be an AWESOME fall drink and will have to make myself a reminder to get some of this around October!

Rabs

My brother’s a HUGE pumpkin pie fan (his birthday’s in May, but he always asks for a pumpkin pie or my mom’s pumpkin bread instead of a cake. I wish he were a tea drinker because that would make buying him presents sooo much easier! :)

Oh, and I had bought a tiny sample of honeybush from Adagio to try it straight up. I found that it was the different taste in a lot of my other blends. It’s the one that makes me think of lotions. Strange, but true.

-Jessica-

Aww that is too bad, this would have made an excellent gift for him! Tell him to try to make his own pumpkin pie oatmeal (if he likes oats anyways lol). I get one serving of oat and cook them in vanilla soy milk and then put 1 heaping tablespoon of pumpkin canned puree and then mix your spices in according to taste and then throw in some brown sugar to sweeten it up a bit. It is scrumptious! I usually make a big batch of this at once, my 5yr old son has been eating this since he was 3 and he is the pickiest eater ever! ;-)

Rabs

I have no clue how he feels about oatmeal — LOL! Thank you! I’ve copied the recipe and will email him. I’ll keep ya posted if he tries it :)

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Rabs

My brother’s a HUGE pumpkin pie fan (his birthday’s in May, but he always asks for a pumpkin pie or my mom’s pumpkin bread instead of a cake. I wish he were a tea drinker because that would make buying him presents sooo much easier! :)

Oh, and I had bought a tiny sample of honeybush from Adagio to try it straight up. I found that it was the different taste in a lot of my other blends. It’s the one that makes me think of lotions. Strange, but true.

-Jessica-

Aww that is too bad, this would have made an excellent gift for him! Tell him to try to make his own pumpkin pie oatmeal (if he likes oats anyways lol). I get one serving of oat and cook them in vanilla soy milk and then put 1 heaping tablespoon of pumpkin canned puree and then mix your spices in according to taste and then throw in some brown sugar to sweeten it up a bit. It is scrumptious! I usually make a big batch of this at once, my 5yr old son has been eating this since he was 3 and he is the pickiest eater ever! ;-)

Rabs

I have no clue how he feels about oatmeal — LOL! Thank you! I’ve copied the recipe and will email him. I’ll keep ya posted if he tries it :)

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I am a tea enthusiast who is always looking to try a new tea, but my all time favorite is jasmine pearls…or anything with jasmine in it really. I also am a sushi fanatic and simply can’t live without it. Outside of my fanatasy world of all things tea and sushi I am an executive assistant, mother of 2 and personal taxi/maid and chef service for my little family.

But back to the tea!

I love Jasmine Pearls, just about any White Tea and then we have Pu-erh coming in last as my top three.

However, I still enjoy a good Earl Grey tea, the more bergamot the better! I have a fond place in my heart for Matcha, especially iced Matcha Lattes. Flavored green teas are always fun, but I tend to stay away from the overly grassy tasting ones… they always remind me of a wheatgrass shot!

It takes a special black tea to really win me over, for me I find that they all taste too much alike or tend to be too bitter at times; I think I am more so bored with them.

Oolongs are fairly new to me and I am finding that these are really good and they will probably end up making it as one of my top contenders!

Pu-erh I have yet to try; I am very curious, but a bit scared to try it… something about being aged in a cave just frightens me a bit, but I would like to try one in the very near future :-) Update – I have tried a few pu-erhs and I can’t get enough of them! While they are definitely an acquired taste they are lovely! This has now taken over rooibos in my top 3 teas of choice!

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