Happy Pumpkin Tea

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Black Tea
Allspice, Ceylon Black Tea, Cinnamon, Cloves, Cocoa Nibs, Coconut, Ginger, Natural Flavours, Orange Peel, Pumpkin Pieces, Vanilla Pieces
Brown Sugar, Cinnamon, Cloves, Ginger, Pepper, Pumpkin, Spices, Sweet Potatoes
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Our favourite fall flavours blended into one happy tea. Sweet and savoury ‘pie pumpkin” pieces and true pumpkin flavour to our creamy coconut, vanilla spice, tea. Sweeten this and add a few drops of milk to get a pumpkin pie with whip cream kinda feel.

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I’ve been so busy with moving, and although everything isn’t done yet, it’s nice to finally have a day off work to just stay at home, unpack, and detox with some tea. I haven’t been eating the best lately so I’m hoping all these fluids will let me shed some excess water weight and relieve some of the whale-like feelings I’ve been experiencing as of late. Maybe I should try to schedule an appointment with my doctor on a day off too, seeing that it’s been four months since I fainted and fell, and my neck is still sore. Needless to say, I should get that checked out, hey?

I’m so behind on trying teas, seeing that I made this Amoda order quite a while before my more recent teas have arrived, and even then, that was like a month ago. I don’t care that it’s nearly June and already hot in this new apartment, I’m going for Happy Pumpkin because reasons.

First off, this smells like the most realistic pumpkin pie-scented dry leaf to date, beating out, in my opinion, DAVIDsTEA’s Spiced Pumpkin, which to me smells like my German great grandma’s no-bake pumpkin pie with a healthy dollop of whipped cream. This, on the other hand, concentrates more on the spices and pumpkin itself, so more like pumpkin pie filling without the whipped cream. The dry leaf is ultra chunky, loaded with pumpkin pieces, shreds of coconut, whole allspice, orange peel, and the tea leaves themselves are longer and fluff up the dry leaf, as well.

With some whole milk, this is creamy, pumpkiny, and spicy. Very well-balanced. The allspice, ginger, cloves, and cinnamon don’t overpower the other elements, but don’t compete with each other either. I can’t taste the orange rind, but maybe it depends on how much I got in my scoop. I hope Amoda never discontinues this, well, unless I got sick of it. We’ll see if that ever happens.


This sounds lovely! I love pumpkin blends, and this sounds like a great one.

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See my review on Sororitea Sisters:

Flavors: Brown Sugar, Cinnamon, Cloves, Ginger, Pepper, Pumpkin, Spices, Sweet Potatoes

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