Spicy Pear

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An incredible mix between the sweet smell of pear and the sweet smell of the holidays! Combining the sweet essence of pear and the spicy undertones of cinnamon, one sip will have you humming a holiday tune and looking for the wrapping paper!

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193 tasting notes

I am finishing up the sample Joy’s teaspoon sent me. This is definite on my order list!! You know a tea is good when crave another cup, and this one I craved!! I was so glad I had enough leaf to make another cup.
I added a touch of rock sugar this time and it bumped up the sweet/juiciness of the pear. Very nice! I am increasing my rating on this one because I am going to miss it until I place my order.

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Yummmmm Pear. I love pear, I don’t eat enough pears. It’s also one of the fruits that don’t always translate well into “flavor”. Black tea, spices, pear – hmmmm me thinks the pear is going to get lost under the spice and black tea. I’m a little apprehensive about this, but ifjuly gives it a glowing recommendation and was kind enough to share a sample.

I’m Wrong. Not sure how they did it, but this is pear, sweet juicy pear – just a hint of spice – smells like Christmas, I’m not getting any black tea.
This is fantastic, everything it promises – totally exceeded my expectations.


This is one of the many teas that I ordered the other day, and now I’m excited to try it!


I do love me some juicy pear…pear is so underrated. Sometimes, I cut them in half, slowly cook them in organic virgin coconut oil, and melt some 70% dark Lindt dark chocolate in the pan. Delish…like a non hassle chocolate fondue in one dish! my kind of dessert!

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8162 tasting notes

sipdown! (159) brewed up a nice giant cup of this and it’s delicious! Thanks again Tastybrew for sharing this with us. While this isn’t quite the pear tea that iv’e been looking for this really does taste, as TB mentions, a pear and a cinnamon jelly belly in my mouth. lol pretty darn delicious!

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807 tasting notes

Got this as part of an Ocho Sampler from Joy’s.
This has a very well balanced and well blended pear and cinnamon flavor.
Also, the tea base is not overly complex but present and the flavors certainly do not overshadow the tea itself.
The pear actually tastes quite natural! Pear is a difficult flavor to get right in my opinion but I feel that this has been blended masterfully so that you get a natural pear essence and not so much that the blend is trying to over compensate or be too upfront.
The aroma is stronger than the flavor itself which I feel is a good thing because usually when you do get a very strong pear flavor it is not all that palatable!
This tea is done right.
The cinnamon is not too assertive – either – another flavor component I find often is over done.
I am very impressed!
I had this both with and without sugar in the raw – I enjoyed it both ways.
I being one with the persistent sweet tooth however liked it a little more with sugar but it was not a startling difference as I only added a touch and that was all it needed!
Would be amazing iced!
Don’t save this one just for the autumn season, pear is delicious any time of year and the cinnamon is not chai like strength. Although again – stronger in aroma than on the palate so don’t let the strong smell worry you!
I have found all too often flavored teas to be on one of two ends of a spectrum – either SO strong and riddled with fake flavorings that you just can’t even drink it unless you don’t mind chemical crud in your tea OR so weak that you strain to savor any flavor at all.
This tea is done perfectly so that you know exactly what flavors you are getting without having to play hide and seek with them yet not so overly done that you gag on it!
Great selection – you should get some!

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That’s so true about flavoured teas being on the extreme ends of the spectrum in terms of flavour.

Thanks for the review. I’ll keep this in mind when I make my future first JT order. :)


Your welcome! Their Almond Cookie is my fav!

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361 tasting notes

Now this is a good tea. Really good. I don’t tend to like fruity teas, in fact, I generally avoid them. I got this because I needed one more for my ocho sample so I threw this one in. The only way I can describe this is in terms of Jelly beans. But this isn’t an overly sweet tea. Just sweet enough. It tastes as though I have both a juicy pear jelly bean and a cinnamon jelly bean in my mouth. And those happen to be 2 of my 3 favorites (the other being the popcorn jelly bean—anybody found a tea for that one?). I will definitely be re-ordering this. So far I’ve really liked 3 out of 4 of the joy’s teaspoon teas. Not bad!

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this sounds awesome :)


I’ve been considering an order from there and this is an encouraging tasting note.


Hmmmm still looking for my favourite pear tea.


@sil, you’ve never had this one? They have an awesome choose your own sampler deal. Not sure about the shipping to canada though. Worth a try if they do!


Yeah it’s on my list of places to order from eventually. Just too many options out there!

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576 tasting notes

I’m already a huge fan of Joy’s Teaspoon, but this tea puts my devotion over the top! I love the taste of pear and this tea is it! Two infusions down and I taste the ripe pear flavor with spices – cinnamon, cardamom, allspice, possibly nutmeg. The combo of spices matches the pear flavor perfectly!

Delicious iced as well. A new cupboard staple!

Oh, and thanks to Jude for supplying me with this wonder!


lol somehow my Spicy Pear made it to you! Glad you like it!


LOVE it! It’s all gone!


If you’d like to do a trade just ask!! Id be happy to send more

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3255 tasting notes

This is another one from the most recent round of the BBBB, compliments of TastyBrew. Very heavy on the cinnamon, the pear came through more as it began to cool down a bit, & once that happened it was a very nice pear taste. I added Maple syrup to this one, & I’m glad I did! :D
Thanks TB!

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1137 tasting notes

It tastes exactly like a spiced pear (spice = cinnamon). What else can I say? Yum

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427 tasting notes
This is my last free sample from joys teaspoon thank you very much. Backlogging. This is a very good tea especially if you want to warm up. The cinnamon is the strongest followed by the tea and the pear. I tasted everything and it blended well. This is a good tea.

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120 tasting notes

What a surprise!
Not that it should be, I just was not expecting such a bold flavor from pear and spice. All the teas I have tried from Joy’s Teaspoon have been great. This is no exception. Black tea, with pear and cinnamon. A perfect combination in proper proportions. The pear and cinnamon are out front, and the pear holds it’s own. This could easily be too much of either but, like the porridge in baby bear’s bowl, it is just right. Dry the smell of pear slices (I had to look closely, I thought I was going to find some fresh, diced up) dominates. Steeped, the cinnamon takes over with the warmth of the water. A sip however yields a winning trifecta. Thanks QuiltGuppy, for hooking me up with yet ANOTHER fine tea!!!

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