Switching from Christmas back to fall. Absolutely love this stuff…definitely will be heading back to WM to try and get another tin before the fall season is over.
“Switching from Christmas back to fall. Absolutely love this stuff…definitely will be heading back to WM to try and get another tin before the fall season is over.” Read full tasting note
“Why did I wait so long to taste this tea?! Maybe I was waiting for fall? Anyway, I got in a trade with QueenOfTarts almost a year ago. This is great stuff! Much, much better than...” Read full tasting note
“Many thanks to Jaime for this tea!!!! FINALLY a pumpkin tea that does not taste as if I am drinking a Yankee Candle. The spices (including the ginger) are subtle,...” Read full tasting note
“Thanks to tunes&tea for this generous sample! I’ve been sick for the last 3 weeks, so all I’ve been drinking is Twinings Lemon & Ginger tea. I’m sick of it. So I dug...” Read full tasting note
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Wrap yourself this harvest season with a blend of fine black tea and warm pumpkin pie flavors. Spicy ginger, sweet cinnamon, cloves, allspics and nutmeg will take the edge off the chilly autumn air. Indulge in this limited edition tea with traditional fall desserts.
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Why did I wait so long to taste this tea?! Maybe I was waiting for fall? Anyway, I got in a trade with QueenOfTarts almost a year ago.
This is great stuff! Much, much better than the Pumpkin Spice Adagio sells. The most prevalent spice in it seems to be cinnamon, as the ginger is more subtle. The pumpkin flavor is surprisingly realistic! Like pumpkin pie filling, especially with the touch of nutmeg. It really makes me think of Thanksgiving. Also, there’s a taste of caramel, to me at least, though it could be my imagination. I can’t really taste the actual tea in it, as it’s buried beneath layers of delicious spices. I’m going to have this as my breakfast tea until I run out.
Best pumpkin tea I’ve tried so far!
Many thanks to Jaime for this tea!!!!
FINALLY a pumpkin tea that does not taste as if I am drinking a Yankee Candle. The spices (including the ginger) are subtle, authentic, and delicious, and I taste pumpkin. Actual! Pumpkin! The tea is second fiddle to all this, but I like it that way. It plays a good supporting role to the cozy, nostalgic, and sweet pumpkin and spices. A little sugar and a splash of milk make it the world’s best treat on a long holiday weekend.
Thank you once again Jaime!!! I don’t have a World Market near me, so you truly gave me a special experience :) :) :) I am looking forward to another huge mug of this from your generous sample :)
Thanks to tunes&tea for this generous sample!
I’ve been sick for the last 3 weeks, so all I’ve been drinking is Twinings Lemon & Ginger tea. I’m sick of it. So I dug through the awesome box that tunes&tea sent to me for something new. I figured this would be good, considering the ginger will help my cough.
I like this. I think I would like it more steeped in milk, chai style, but brewed straight up with some milk and sugar is really nice. Maybe my illness is stopping from catching the strength of the spices like other reviewers have noted, so I’ll have to try it when I’m feeling better. Luckily, I got lots of it so I’ll be able to enjoy this tea for a while.
I kind of detest ginger teas, so I went into this halfway expecting something entirely unpalatable, halfway not knowing what to expect. I’m a big black tea fan, love it dark and rich. I love/adore everything pumpkin, so there was a shot I’d like it.
This reminds me of pumpkin pie, in all the right ways. I wouldn’t say this tastes like a proper black tea per se, but great for a dessert tea. (Testament to the not-such-a-great-black-teaness, my boyfriend cares for this tea a great deal and seems to otherwise detest tea.) The only downside for me is – when it gets cooler the clove is more apparent. Otherwise, rock! I can totally enjoy pumpkin pie without fussing over baking.
This tea is all ginger and no pumpkin. I’ve read the other reviews and just can’t figure out where the pumpkin is that they all mention. Admittedly, I like only a very moderate amount of ginger in my pumpkin pie so I might be biased. All in all, I’ve gotten used to this tea and drink it regularly (although more for the caffeine in the morning than for a pure love of the taste), and I think it’ll be a good based for a homemade pumpkin chai tea.