Pumpkin Spice

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Black Rooibos Blend
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  • “Now don’t get me wrong, this tea tastes pretty good. I’m just struggling to interpret it as a pumpkin spice. O.K...Sure, I get the spice right from my first sip, but it fades too quickly and...” Read full tasting note
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From Infusion Bouteaque

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Flavored Black Tea
Hibiscus, rosehip, almond pieces, rooibos, cinnamon, apple, dried orange, sunflower & calendula petals, triacetin oil, natural flavour

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Now don’t get me wrong, this tea tastes pretty good. I’m just struggling to interpret it as a pumpkin spice. O.K…Sure, I get the spice right from my first sip, but it fades too quickly and blends with a fruit taste. The fruitiness is nice, just a little distracting when you’re trying to think pumpkin.

Now that I look at the ingredients, it’s clearer why I didn’t taste what I expected. The first ingredient isn’t tea, and it isn’t spice, nope! It’s Hibiscus?! Kind of an unusual choice, compared to other pumpkin teas I’ve tried. Fortunately, while it’s hot, I don’t taste the sourness that I frequently experience with teas that have high hibiscus content (although the tartness is a tad more evident when it cools). Hmmm…the fruit taste is likely from the apples and oranges. I’m also a little surprised to see that there is no mention of some of the more typical spices associated with pumpkin teas such as nutmeg, or cloves. Not a bad tea, but I’m just not wow’d by this one yet. Oh well! Perhaps I will use this one as a base for my experimen"tea"tion? Halloween is coming so creating a Frankenstein tea seems rather fitting don’t cha’ think?

Nik

I love Frankensteining my teas. Have fun! =)

canadianadia

“Frankensteining” – cute!
Oh! and just for fun, I might play the song “monster mash” while I do the tea mashup :)

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