Spiced Pumpkin Pie

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From Bluebird Tea Co.

The perfect spiced Autumn chai

Spooks are super at spooking, ghouls are good for ghouling + pumpkins are good for, well, pie actually. We’re not quite sure how they got mixed up in all that Halloween lark. Wrong place, wrong

time? All we know for sure is that they make a mean pie with cinnamon, ginger and cloves…. spooked or spiced? You decide.

Check out our recipe for the perfect spiced pumpkin chai latte to make at home!

Ceylon Black Tea, Ceylon black tea, Carrot, Candy bats and pumpkins, Cinnamon, Ginger, Cloves

Approx 35 cups of Happiness (80g)

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And that’s the end of this one! (91)

It’s funny that I did my pumpkin pie tea-off, and then finished off the pumpkin teas that were my least favourite, while completely ignoring the Della Terra one that I really did enjoy. :P

I guess now that this and DAVIDsTEA’s pumpkin chai are out of the way, I can focus on the better one?

205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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1151 tasting notes

I’ve increased my rating on this one, because the more I drink it, the more I love it. It’s the most perfect pumpkin tea I’ve come across so far…smooth, lovely squash flavour, savoury, with a hint of creaminess and light spicing. There’s even a buttery pastry note, although it’s sometimes a little difficult to coax out. Even so, this is pretty close to my idea of tea heaven. I enjoy every cup!

Boiling 3 min, 45 sec 1 tsp

This one is awesome! I hope they bring it back next year.

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1229 tasting notes

I’ve been drinking this tea for a week or so but haven’t yet logged a review.

It smells strongly of clove and cinnamon spice. It’s like having a warm hug from Autumn as I sniff it.

Flavour wise it’s of medium strength which features a malty yet smoky black taste, refreshing but not too strong clove, a pinch of spicy cinnamon and a sweet squash/pumpkin flavour. It’s a subtle pumpkin tea with the focus being on the spice itself but with that said I still very much like this blend.

A drop of soy milk in my second cup adds a nice creamy flavour and texture. It also smooths out the clove and it tastes more cardamom like now.

I think this is a very nice Autumn tea and I’m glad I bought a pack to try. :)

Boiling 3 min, 30 sec

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1631 tasting notes

Additional notes: I was trying this one again (only one teaspoon of my sample left!), to see if I liked it as much as I remembered. It is better than I remembered! I don’t know if it’s the time of year or what, but it just WORKS. The spices are very nice, hints of squash/pumpkin even from the one piece in my infuser. The black tea is lighter but it lets the flavor shine. The cup was even an amber pumpkin orange. I’ll definitely be ordering this one. ONE teaspoon.. not even heaping. So so good.
Just boiled // 3 min // 6 min

If anyone is interested, there will definitely be a bluebirdteaco.com group order happening! A chance to try these amazing teas (haven’t tried a terrible one yet!) and split the $15-20 shipping costs. More info here: http://steepster.com/discuss/9558-bluebird-tea-co-group-order-accepting-orders


A group order is a genius idea, especially for overseas stuff!

Cameron B.

I was considering this one, but then I noticed that it doesn’t even have pumpkin in OR flavoring. So how is it pumpkin…? The pieces mixed in are carrots.


Yeah, before I tried it I was wondering why it didn’t have pumpkin, but there is something about the carrot that makes it taste squashy and the spices are delicious anyway. I wish they WOULD put pumpkin in the blend though (like dehydrated pumpkin pie filling!)

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KittyLovesTea sent such a generous amount of this tea, I’ve been able to enjoy it again and again. I wish more pumpkin teas were available year-round. This one is so tasty.

Did anyone else’s parents put apples or pears in the edges of grilled cheese sanwiches growing up? My mom always did, but when I made J a grilled cheese he was astounded at this.

Now I will enjoy this delicious tea with my grilled cheese sandwich with apple. :)


I did not have the grilled cheese experience but it sounds delish.


Never had it as a kid but totally love it as an adult :)


I’ve never heard of it, but sounds like a good combo. We like to dip apples in our cheese fondue.. Sweet & salty= Yum!

Another company I’ve considered an order with. Like their apple strudel & this sounds good too.


It’s delicious! I occasionally check out their website, but I can never quite reach the free shipping threshold, so I’m holding off for now.


I was considering doing their monthly box for a bit. You can request teas you would like to try and they take that into consideration when they ship to you.

I love when companies have great sales or free shipping for a time.. I’m a sucker for a good buy !


I didn’t even know they had a monthly box hah! There are very few teas I want to order from them, ahem 2, haha! Free shipping sales suck me in too hah.


I just stumbled on it when I was looking at their site. It’s called their “tasting club”. You get 3 samples (8-10 cups each) every month. I haven’t decided if I’d rather do that or just order a couple I think we would like.


Neat! I have yet to sign up for any monthly clubs, but I’ll have to check out their website.


Ooh the prices include postage! That in it itself makes it more tempting.

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612 tasting notes

Another sample sent from Nattie!

I enjoyed a mug of this yesterday at work after lunch. It seems more of a natural tasting pumpkin tea, vs a lot of the chemically flavoured ones. I mean maybe this is too, but there are actual bit of pumpkin in there rather than candy bits, so that’s a plus to me!

Again the base was a little weak to me, though I left it steeping for like 10 minutes and nothing bad happened, haha. So it’s forgiving!

It was a pleasant cup, though to me it was definitely more of a pumpkin enhanced chai than a pumpkiny dessert tea.

I don’t think I’d buy it but was great to try!

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Thanks Scheherazade for including this in our swap!

I love pumpkin teas, but often I find the pumpkin is missing and all you get is the spices. But with the tea, the pumpkin is the most prominent with the spices taking the back seat. One of the best pumpkin teas I’ve tried, wish I could purchase this easily :(


Oh I will def be ordering from Bluebird when the autumn and holiday teas are available at the same time.. hope that’s possible. I keep saying it will be the only teas I order for the rest of the year… yeah right.

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787 tasting notes

Another sample treat from Scheherazade — I feel VERY privileged to have received some of her hoard of this particularly considering her recent notes for the tea! Thanks again Sarah :D

This one is absolutely delicious. I’m continuing on my milk + honey run for black flavoured teas and it’s just win, win, win all the way. Sweet and creamy and hints of chai spices make this a super cosy tea, perfect for the current Tasmanian weather as the autumn slide to winter continues on with full crisp force.

Speaking of Tasmania, as an Antipodean I wasn’t born and raised on pumpkin being a sweet flavour, but more of a savoury dish. With the boom of American-style dining down here I’ve learnt to embrace pumpkin pie and this tea is helping too… but it’s hard to change over 25yrs of “main course” pumpkin thoughts. Are we weirdos, or are you lot? ;)

Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML
Sami Kelsh

I grew up in a land where pumpkin pie has long been a delicious cold-weather treat, but for years I refused to try it because the whole idea was anathema to my conception of, like, both pumpkins and pie. Then when I finally did cave and try a slice out of I-need-sugar-in-my-body-NOW desperation, I was sold. It’s also really gorgeous in these moist little spiced muffins we like to make in the autumn.

We’re ALL weirdos, but I say embrace new uses for awesome ingredients! :3


Righto, adding moist little spiced muffins to my to-make list, and ASAP—being that I’m right in the middle of autumn!

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