Pumpkin Spice

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Black Tea
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200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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  • “I generally love anything pumpkin and this is no exception. This tea is exactly as advertised. It tastes just like black tea blended with pumpkin pie. The black tea is very malty and bold and the...” Read full tasting note
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Autumn festivities just wouldn’t be the same without the comforting, smooth sweetness of spiced pumpkin, and neither would your tea time. The stories of pumpkins, both in history and fables, make this fall fruit a season staple. The American culture has grown up with pumpkins as a part of its culture. In history, the Native American saved the Pilgrims from starvation by sharing this fall favorite; in fables, fairies used pumpkins to create a coach for Cinderella, and who could ever forget the bedtime stories of Peter, Peter Pumpkin Eater. From pumpkin soups, to pumpkin bread, and of course pumpkin pies, this is the time of the year when pumpkins reign supreme.

In that same tradition, our Pumpkin Spice combines high quality black tea with pumpkin pieces, cinnamon and nutmeg spice flavors to create a deep amber cup that is velvety smooth and aromatic. Fall in love all over again with this smooth and satisfyingly rich Autumn treat that is sure to warm the hearts of family, friends and all who gather around.

Black Tea, pumpkin pieces, cinnamon, nutmeg, sunflower petals

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I generally love anything pumpkin and this is no exception. This tea is exactly as advertised. It tastes just like black tea blended with pumpkin pie. The black tea is very malty and bold and the spices are strong and I find I generally enjoy later steepings much more than the first one. I generally will use the same teaspoon of leaves all day to make 4 or 5 10 oz cups of tea. It’s just like pumpkin pie in a cup and is great for late-fall and winter.

I am not brave enough to try this iced, but some people do insist it is a good idea.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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