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From The Spice and Tea Exchange

This Limited Time Offer Tea is a rich, black tea paired with pumpkin and caramel, then swirled with cinnamon, cloves and cardamom to create a delicate balance that delights the palate. Enjoy this exquisite tea as the perfect hot beverage to sip while sitting by the fire or as an iced treat for working up a sweat untangling the holiday lights. Contains Black Tea, Cinnamon Chunks, Cloves, Cardamom, Natural Pumpkin and Caramel Flavors.

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I got this in my Christmas Stocking (yep, I bought this one too, and stuffed it in my own stocking. Sad … but true) This is the second time I’ve tried it, the first time was less successful. I wasn’t getting a whole lot of pumpkin or caramel in the sip, just spices and bitterness. It wasn’t bad … exactly, but, it wasn’t as pleasant a cup as I hoped for. This time, it’s better. I found that a splash of milk really improves the taste here. the caramel is accented, the pumpkin comes out a little more, and the spices are not as prominent, but instead provide pleasing background notes to the caramel and pumpkin flavors. It’s not as good as 52Teas Caramel Pumpkin Cheesecake … of course, but, it is certainly enjoyable, and this one has a bit more of a spiced taste to it than the cheesecake version.


Don’t feel bad – I told my hubby a tea to stuff in my stocking – he almost forgot about it too LOL


The only way I am given teas by anyone in my family … is if I buy it for them to give to me. LOL Like I’ve said before, they all have this crazy notion that I have enough tea. AS IF!

Jackie T

wait that concept exists? …enough tea?


@Jackie: Well, the concept has been proposed by my family, but I have rejected the notion, because it simply makes no sense. It’s an oxymoron.


I’m so lucky my family hasn’t decided on this ‘enough tea’ concept yet. My sister even gave me a subscription to Amoda this Xmas without my even suggesting tea at all (I told her I wanted the Avengers DVD).

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After we went to a very lovely French bakery for tarts (oh my, those tarts), my sister picked this one out on her birthday (because I’m slowly getting her into tea).

I just got around to making it, and I was skeptical, but it was ridiculously good. My sister complained of a slight astringency so I might lower the steep time just a tad.

I agree with LiberTEAS, I’m getting a slight “spiciness” off of this tea, but not in a chai sort of way. It’s more like… well if you’ve ever walked into a Spice and Tea Exchange store, the scent of the shop, it kind of tastes like that. It’s a very savory sort of spice, like eating pumpkin soup.

I still very much taste the pumpkin though and I quite enjoy the savoriness of the spice behind it. I think, though, the most incredible part of the blend is the caramel flavor.

I’ve noticed that the caramel comes out more once its cooled a little and the pumpkin/spices are a bit more subdued. It’s crazy though. I’m transported back into a time when I was very young, eating caramel drizzled ice cream at The Macaroni Grill (why does that look way less meaningful than it is in my head…)

Anyways, upon cooling a bit, it tastes just like caramel. Silky smooth texture and all. I’ve never experienced such a thing in a tea until now, so this impressed me the most.

My only regret: Not buying more.

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