Chocolate Pumpkin Pie

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Cocoa, Malt, Natural Pumpkin Spice Flavor, Smooth, Sweet
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From Della Terra Teas

The classic taste of pumpkin pie blended with rich, delicious chocolate. This tea includes pumpkin shaped candies to add even more to the already delicious flavor.

Ingredients: Black tea, chocolate bits, cocoa bits, chocolate flavoring, spices, nutmeg, cinnamon, pumpkin candies

Suggested brewing tips

Serving Size: 1 level tsp./6oz serving

Water Temp: 210°F

Steep Time: 2- 3 minutes

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2973 tasting notes

Short tasting note… it’s sooooo late! And I have an important 9am meeting! Bad boyfriend and I for passing out at midnight while watching Dr. Who…

Anyhow! This was pretty good. Travel-mugged, so I’ll have to review more thoroughly later, but I definitely tasted delicious pumpkin, spice, and some chocolate. I even got one sip that lingered with delicious chocolate/pastry flavours. Definitely a worthwhile tea; I wish I had some of the plain pumpkin pie to compare to, but that’s all gone. Either way, yum! Della Terra does pumpkin well.

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Sounds delish…I really want to try some of the Della Terra teas. Which ep of DW did you watch?


I’d highly recommend picking up some Try Me packs! Well worth it for the money; they are a better than average blender, IMO.

We just finished the second half of the Cybermen episode, and started on the next one where people’s faces are sucked off (but we both passed out during that one). I haven’t watched very much yet!

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1318 tasting notes

Happy first day of fall! Its time to start drinking a lot of fall teas! And, right on schedule, its got cold and the skys have opened up and its been pouring rain.
This is really nice. A good blend of pumpkiny spice flavors, though I cannot say that I got any of the promised chocolate. What I do get is a little taste of citrus, which is a good addition to any pumpkin mixture, in my humbe opinion. I’ll be curious to see if later in this batch I get more of the promised chocolate, as its not registering at all right now.

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1071 tasting notes

Had this again as my morning’s just soo good..chocolate and pumpkin, what more could you ask for? Oh, and I really really want to try the caramel pumpkin marshmallow tea by Della Terra lol, think I will order some when I place an order for the chiffons for Christmas gifts :D yummy dessert teas for the win! See previous notes on this one :)

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356 tasting notes

Geeeez this tastes extra good today….I’m talking extra, super-duper delicious. Hmmm? The power of the sipdown perhaps?

Such a yummy seasonal treat, it tastes like warmth (if that makes sense to anyone other than me, it will be a miracle). I can see myself ordering it again next Fall/Winter.

Somebody commented about making lattes in one of my tealogs for a different tea from a day or two ago, and now I have latte on the mind. If I ever figure out how to make them with minimal mess/effort, this tea is one that just seems to scream latte. Too bad I’m a lazy and impatient tea-maker – When I want tea, I want it right NOW!!! I’m very teamanding

mmmmm….. I’ll be savoring this to the last drop. Till next time dear friend


Haha, “teamanding” is awesome. I’m the same way – I would love to make lattes, but they’re just too much darn work!


I looked it up online, and it lost me at “steaming wand” – hahaha!

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283 tasting notes

I fished out a clove. I will take the suckers out where I see them.

This is better with my ever present vanilla creamer. Last time I didn’t have any creamer because we were leaving for three weeks and didn’t want stuff growing in my fridge so we emptied everything out.

The tea is better with the creamer. It helps the mouthfeel be more like pie. Otherwise it’s a bit watery. Also, the taste is better as it cools. The last dregs in the bottom of the jar are way more awesome than the first sips.


I really need to try this one.


Oh I would totally send you some but I only bought a sample size to try it out. :( it’s not a repurchase for me.

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4833 tasting notes

This is yummy! A perfect way to improve upon the classic Thanksgiving dessert, in my opinion, is to add chocolate. Of course, adding chocolate is my solution to everything. Chocolate makes the world a much nicer place to be, and I’m thankful for chocolate … so it seems only fitting that chocolate SHOULD be part of this Thanksgiving tradition.

What I really like about this is that the pumpkin is a very prominent flavor. It seems too often that pumpkin pie teas are nothing more than black tea with some pumpkin pie spice, rather than actual PUMPKIN taste. Pumpkin pie spice does not equal pumpkin! I like that I taste pumpkin here.

After the tea cools slightly (it is not cold or even tepid at this point, but just not piping hot), I notice a hint of buttery pie crust. The chocolate is a strong flavor too, although, it could always use more chocolate. Always. I doubt there will ever be enough chocolate. :)

The flavor of the black tea is a little obscured with the stronger flavors of pumpkin and chocolate and spice, a little less prominent than I would like for my flavored teas, but, I still find this to be quite tasty, regardless … and something I’d be happy to drink again and again.

I just got finished writing my full-length review for this tea on SororiTea Sisters (this review will publish on the eve of the 20th), and something that I mentioned there that I will also mention here, is that the way the spices and the chocolate flavoring mingle with one another here … it gives the chocolate a sort of chocolate liqueur kind of flavor that I’m really digging. I love Godiva’s Chocolate Liqueur, but, I’m not a big alcohol fan (although I probably could become an alcoholic if I were able to – read: afford to! – keep this liqueur on hand), so I love that I can kind of experience that yummy taste via TEA which I prefer and find much more affordable too.


Tea is better than booze! :D


Nice tasting note! Totally agree with you re: pumpkin vs. pumpkin pie spice. It’s awesome that you actually tasted pumpkin in this. Sounds great.


I thought this was one of the best of the chocolate taster set. Actually, the pumpkin and spice was what I tasted mostly too and I liked it. I had trouble tasting their chocolate. Oh well. I could only taste their real chocolate morsels.

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158 tasting notes

There is a run in my new tights and the vending machine ate my dollar. It must be a Monday…hopefully this tea helps.


I hope today turns around!


Wow, that’s a bad start! Hope your day gets better!


You could make a country song out of that statement ! Lol ! I hope your day improves! Blessings ; )


It can only get better from here!


I had a rotten day too! Made better by receiving some tea in the mail and also by my Davidstea Vanilla Orchid which got me through the afternoon :) Hoping things look up for us tomorrow!

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673 tasting notes

Before heading out to the IRS today…shudder…to discuss a tax issue…shudder again…I treated myself to Chocolate Pumpkin Pie Tea!
It smelled just like an Autumn Pumpkin Spice Yankee Candle. You know what I’m talking about. The candle that makes your home smell like you can bake even if you never turn on the oven!

I had a very nice experience sipping a small pot of this tea.

It wasn’t too pumpkiny (great new word) or too spicy…it was just right.
Except for the part about the chocolate, which was so light that I could hardly taste it, I enjoyed the pumpkin pie and added some cream and sweetened my tea to make it really tasty.

I was all ready to write a positive review on Steepster when BAM!
Steepster Crashed! Not a good omen right before going to the IRS!

Catching up to the review after the IRS visit which went as well as it could (I had 1 person in front of me and that’s all, so hooray for small towns!).

Steepster is finally running again and all is well with the world.


I am glad that your trip to the IRS was not too taxing. (sorry, I couldn’t resist it)


LOL after the day I’ve had I needed to laugh at something ridiculously silly.


You’ve come to the right place.


Darnit! Another tea I should have ordered as a sample. Looks like Della Terra might be getting some Black Friday business from me whether or not my teas have arrived by then. This one, Eight Candles, a bit more of Grandma’s Pumpkin Pie… argh!

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1349 tasting notes

For some reason I thought I’d yet to drink this… and so I pulled it out of my sample shelf. Then I came to log it, and see that I’ve already had some (I think thanks to Dexter). So… thank you again!

This still smells delicious, although more so prior to steeping – like a spiced gingerbread cake. I love inhaling as I sip, however it’s a bit astrigent for me today. I can definitely taste the spices and a hint of pumpkin (all very lovely, almost like a nice pumpkin pie filling), and then the sweetener comes in later. I almost wish the sweetener came in a bit earlier though, to fend off the astringency. Almost wish I’d steeped this for two minutes instead of three.

205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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1212 tasting notes

I’m honestly not a fan of pumpkin at all. Before I got into baking, my mom typically made a pumpkin pie and a pecan pie for Thanksgiving and I would take pecan every time.

Chocolate with pumpkin sounded like something to try though, because I am actually in love with the Pumpkin Caramel Latte scented stuff at Bath and Body Works right now.

It’s acceptable to my taste buds, I guess. I made a full pot of it, and I’ve been sipping on it for an hour or so. I’m actually using my TV! I really can only watch Fox or The CW…it’s weird because the CW is with CBS, but I can’t pick up CBS. So I just watched Criminal Minds and quite enjoyed it. It went well with this tea.

This definitely tastes like pumpkin, and it goes so well with the chocolate flavor. The black tea is malty too and it definitely fits in. The pumpkin pie spices add a nice touch too. I can taste the nutmeg more than cinnamon.

I think I might eat a chocolate pumpkin pie if it was offered to me!


Pumpkin Pie & Chocolate, 2 of my fav things YUM!


I’m all into malty tea’s and gingersnaps so I guess this is close…spice and chocolate. Rev-up for Fall and Winter. Should watch TV in my boots but it’s been 96 and hot. I could crank down the air cond. to freezing?!


I’m with you on the a/c…it was SO nice last week, in the morning it was cool. And now today it was 91. Blah! And now with Isaac going so far west it’s definitely not going to cool off here from some rain.

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Man, I’m a HUGE pumpkin fan! The first scent I fell for at BBW was Pumpkin Patch (which I think they re-invented this year as Pumpkin Cupcake…not as good, I wish they would stop with endlessly sweet scents, SOME sweet is good, but STOP)…I’m not as big a fan of the Pumpkin Caramel Latte or the Creamy Pumpkin (think I got sick of them last year, although I’m sure I still have WF bulbs around in those scents), but the classic SCP I’ll still take.

I might honestly pass this tea up because of the added chocolate! I’m not sure what that would do to pumpkin flavour…

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