Sweet Pumpkin Chai

Tea type
Black Chai Honeybush Blend
Ingredients
Black Tea, Cardamom, Cinnamon Bark, Cinnamon Chips, Cocoa Nibs, Ginger Root, Honeybush, Natural Pumpkin Spice Flavor, Vanilla Flavour
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  • “Cuppageek Advent Day 21 Woohoo! Another one I was hoping for! I decided to make myself a latte with this one. The blend in the pouch smelled deliciously sweet. I love that there is no clove in this...” Read full tasting note
  • “CuppaGeek Advent Calendar – Day 16 My study-time tea. I am using the Pomodoro technique of studying where its 25 mins on, 5 mins off and then after so many cycles you get a longer break. It helps....” Read full tasting note
  • “Advent Day 13 I’m terrible at getting these in on the day. I was looking forward to this one since it was a chai and has cardamom in it but it was kinda bland. I didn’t really get pumpkin out of...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Advent Day 2, From the Depths of the Grab Bag. Housemate, in the recliner with my old girl on her lap. “{Dry leaf] smells Christmasy. Maybe, uh, cinnamon, star anise, a little juniper. Kinda like...” Read full tasting note

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Cuppageek Advent Day 21

Woohoo! Another one I was hoping for! I decided to make myself a latte with this one. The blend in the pouch smelled deliciously sweet. I love that there is no clove in this one because I have had a LOT of clove lately and not all of it has been great. (I’m looking at you, Stash.)

This was sooooo good that I think it is close to the top of the Cuppageek fave chai blends list for me. In fact, tied for first, I would say. I really like honeybush and the spices were just right for me.

I felt guilty for just making one for me and decided to see if I could coax out a second latte for Ashman. I let it steep a really long time. And you know what? I tasted a little of his on a spoon and I think his was even better than mine. It wasn’t weak at all. So, nice long steep in hot 2% milk and topped with real whipped cream and a few sprinkles on top.

Nichole/CuppaGeek

I think I need to make myself a latte today!

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CuppaGeek Advent Calendar – Day 16

My study-time tea. I am using the Pomodoro technique of studying where its 25 mins on, 5 mins off and then after so many cycles you get a longer break. It helps. Breaks it up so its not unbearable and overwhelming. However, that 5 minutes goes fast! Very fast! Like I am already in my final 1 minute, 30 seconds fast. So quickly, before my time is up…

I love Cuppa Geek’s other Pumpkin Chai tea so I was interested to see how this would compare. I have to say, I definitely prefer the other. This one isn’t bad and definitely have some cardamom lingering on my tongue but overall I like the balance of spice in the other. Also, I think the honeybush adds a sweetness here that I could do without.

Courtney

I am also using this technique hahs!

Lexie Aleah

I took a Study Skills class last term and my Professor had us create study blocks with a minimum of 2-3 hours before having a lengthy break. It’s interesting to see different techniques.

Martin Bednář

I guess that could work for me as well, I will try it during preparation for exam on 4th of January.

VariaTEA

@Courtney, a friend told me about it and I was skeptical but I feel like it actually helps me focus and get through a lot!

@Lexie Aleah, I feel like I take a while to get into studying normally and then I hyper focus for that long and then have time getting back into it when I break. The Pomodoro method seems more sustainable…I think. But I suppose we are all different.

@Martin Bednar, I hope it helps!!

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Advent Day 13

I’m terrible at getting these in on the day. I was looking forward to this one since it was a chai and has cardamom in it but it was kinda bland. I didn’t really get pumpkin out of this one – just “chai” but i enjoyed the cup.

gmathis

Go with the deadline rule my besties established long ago: two weeks either way still counts. (These days, we’ve been going with six months either way!)

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Advent Day 2, From the Depths of the Grab Bag.

Housemate, in the recliner with my old girl on her lap.

“{Dry leaf] smells Christmasy. Maybe, uh, cinnamon, star anise, a little juniper. Kinda like that Celestial tiger blend.

[Hot tea] smells like pie. Tastes kinda like apple spice pie. It doesn’t have deep tannins. It’s more smooth. Maybe it has a little orange in it. That’s about it. It’s good. Would I drink it again? Yeah, I’d drink it again. It’s good, pleasant tea. It quenches your thirst.

So what is it? [me: Sweet Pumpkin Chai] Did I say pie? Well there you have it. So far I flunked this one. I can taste pumpkin now. 7/10."

Cameron B.

Pie is close! Half points! ;)

gmathis

Please tell Housemate that I am loving the secondhand reviews!

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