Tea type
Herbal Rooibos Blend
Ingredients
Apple, Blackberry Leaves, Caramel, Flavouring, Pumpkin Pieces, Red Rooibos, Vanilla
Flavors
Caramel, Cream, Milk, Molasses, Resin, Rooibos, Spicy, Toffee, Wood, Yogurt, Honey, Nutty, Peanut, Apple, Brown Sugar, Pumpkin, Vanilla, Alcohol, Graham Cracker
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Bulk, Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Caffeine Free
Certification
Vegan
Edit tea info Last updated by Mastress Alita
Average preparation
170 °F / 76 °C 5 min, 15 sec 3 g 20 oz / 600 ml

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15 Tasting Notes View all

  • “I brewed this to review for Sororitea Sisters. I then got distracted so its cold and I’m too lazy to do a full review so I’ll just say that when steeped this smelled awesomely like caramel. Cold,...” Read full tasting note
  • “I tried this one hot and deffinitly found it to be quite different than coldbrewed. I also added a splash of almond milk. I get more peanuts and sunflower seed flavour, very nutty, honey, milk, and...” Read full tasting note
    75
  • “relaxing evening playing games and reading….yay for the weekend. I really love this one – too bad the other teas from AU were a bust this round. Nice to have at least a couple teas i can drink in...” Read full tasting note
    87
  • “This is not bad. For a Rooibos. Very rich and dark; there’s a light vanilla note that reminds me a tad of Vanille Coco perfume from Comptoir Sud Pacifique (Sephora). The brown sugar/caramel borders...” Read full tasting note
    85

From August Uncommon Tea

Darkly sweet rooibos with pumpkin and caramel. Caffeine free.

Tastes like: baked pumpkin, salted butter caramel, golden syrup

Feels like: a brisk walk under a harvest mood

This is our answer to the autumn obsession with pumpkin. Psychocandy is all pumpkin, no spice. We married the creamy sweet depth of real pumpkin flakes with earthy rooibos. Even before you taste it, the heady aroma will intoxicate you. Each sip has a long lingering caramel finish that remains long after the cup is empty. Adding milk turns the creamy sweetness up to 11. Makes a knockout tea latte.

A tea to sweeten the darkest night.

Ingredients: south african rooibos, dried pumpkin, turkish apple, caramel, sweet blackberry leaf, madagascar vanilla, flavouring

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4058 tasting notes

I brewed this to review for Sororitea Sisters. I then got distracted so its cold and I’m too lazy to do a full review so I’ll just say that when steeped this smelled awesomely like caramel. Cold, it is just too sweet. That could also be my steeping (2 perfect teaspoons in 16 oz of water steeped for 4 minutes at 200F water). I could see this one being better hot. At least I hope it is because cold the caramel coats the tongue and becomes too much. Thankfully I know someone I can pawn this off on if I can’t make it work for me.

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I tried this one hot and deffinitly found it to be quite different than coldbrewed. I also added a splash of almond milk. I get more peanuts and sunflower seed flavour, very nutty, honey, milk, and toffee. I guess it’s a bit like peanut brittle? I don’t know what I expected, but I was hoping for more caramel or pumpkin. Thanks again to CrowKettle for the share. I was considering ordering a bag of this but have decided I don’t need to have it in my cupboard. I really enjoyed tasting it, though.

Flavors: Honey, Nutty, Peanut, Toffee

Mastress Alita

I ordered this recently, as I enjoy collecting pumpkin teas. Curious to try it out!

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9723 tasting notes

relaxing evening playing games and reading….yay for the weekend. I really love this one – too bad the other teas from AU were a bust this round. Nice to have at least a couple teas i can drink in the evening that are truly tasty.

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This is not bad. For a Rooibos.

Very rich and dark; there’s a light vanilla note that reminds me a tad of Vanille Coco perfume from Comptoir Sud Pacifique (Sephora). The brown sugar/caramel borders on boozy. Apple and blackberry leaves are detectable and bring out fall fruity notes. The pumpkin is baked, and is a thing I notice on my tongue more-so after I’ve finished my cup.

When I first smelled the blend I thought there were sunflower seeds. After drinking it, I still swear there are sunflower seeds.

Flavors: Apple, Brown Sugar, Caramel, Molasses, Pumpkin, Vanilla

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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6641 tasting notes

Shit.

This is really indulgent, but holy fuck is the flavour good. Like, I’ll be honest when I got my August Uncommon teas for this season and I saw that this was a pumpkin flavoured rooibos I kind of groaned a little internally because did I really need another pumpkin tea this year? And I’ve had herbal/rooibos pumpkin teas with the sweet component and soft spices – they’re ok but not like mind blowing?

This is sort of mind blowing though. I’d argue that flavour wise it’s sort of this molasses/brown sugar flavour first and foremost – very dark, deep, rich and indulgent. It really coats the mouth too and is just captivating. From there, then I would say you get more of the pumpkin and apple flavour due: sort of a mid sip undertone that gradually transitions into a more main flavour? It’s very “bourbon pumpkin pie” but with a lot of sweetness/brown sugar and without the crust. It rounds out with more of a vanilla toffee sort of flavour profile and finishes with this haunting lingering sweetness.

I’m in love.

Flavors: Alcohol, Apple, Brown Sugar, Caramel, Cream, Graham Cracker, Molasses, Pumpkin, Toffee, Vanilla

CrowKettle

Onto the wishlist it goes!

Sil

doh! now i wish i had picked some up! lol

Sakura Sushi

Sounds amazing – I just can’t pull the trigger on this one because of my hatred of rooibos. If only it was black tea! Oh, well…

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