Pumpkin Butterscotch Coffee

Tea type
White Tea
Ingredients
Not available
Flavors
Butterscotch, Coffee, Pumpkin, Hay, Espresso, White Chocolate
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Bulk, Loose Leaf
Caffeine
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Average preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 4 min, 0 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “Well, I ended up staying on a double shift at work. I knew that would happen! So my tea-drinking has been pushed back to tomorrow, or possibly later because I’m having to book an emergency...” Read full tasting note
    88
  • “Sipdown, alas. This tea still tastes of pumpkin and coffee despite its age. Some brown sugar amplifies the flavor nicely. I even got a second steep out of it, though that benefited from some...” Read full tasting note
  • “This tea, more than any other I’ve tried, really did taste like pumpkin. And butterscotch, and spices. There’s something about Butiki’s coffee flavoring, though, that tasted off to me. I can’t...” Read full tasting note
    82
  • “Thank you so much for a surprise sample of this one, TheLastDodo! It’s one I haven’t tried and I really wanted to. :D There seemed to be about a tablespoon remaining, hard to judge with these...” Read full tasting note
    93

From Butiki Teas

Pumpkin Butterscotch Coffee
Our Pumpkin Butterscotch Coffee tastes just like a pumpkin latte. The coffee notes are gentle but provide a good balance to the buttery spiced pumpkin notes. With a little sugar this tea becomes a decadent buttery pumpkin pie with just an edge of coffee flavor. This is our best pumpkin tea yet!

Ingredients: Kenyan Silver Needles (Kenyan White Tea), Pumpkin Flakes (vegan), Organic Natural Flavors (vegan)

Recommended Brew Time: 3 minutes 30 seconds
Recommended Amount: 1 level tablespoon of tea for 8oz of water
Recommended Temperature: 180 F

For more information, please visit www.butikiteas.com.

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23 Tasting Notes

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347 tasting notes

Well, I ended up staying on a double shift at work. I knew that would happen! So my tea-drinking has been pushed back to tomorrow, or possibly later because I’m having to book an emergency appointment with the dentist to have my wisdom tooth removed. I hope they can fit me in, because I’ve been in agony for a week now and it only seems to be getting worse. I was determined to fit at least one tea in tonight, though, and I went with this one because it’s one I’ve been staring at for days now wanting to drink.

This is delicious. I am in total agreement with those saying it’s their favourite Butiki pumpkin tea. It tastes exactly like a pumpkin spice latte!! I can’t even begin to pick apart the notes because my brain is just screaming at me ‘pumpkin spice latte pumpkin spice latte pumpkin spice latte’ over and over again. I didn’t want to risk adding sugar, so I’m not sure how that might have affected the flavour, but I bet it would be sooo good. I want to try this tea so many ways. I want to cold brew it, make it into a latte, make tea syrup, add sugar, add honey, add maple syrup and golden syrup… I wish I had more than 1/2 an oz because I’m already sad that I won’t be able to try most of those things. The butterscotch is the least prominent note and adds a little syrupy sweetness, but the pumpkin and coffee flavours blend together seamlessly, neither outshining the other. Honestly if I closed my eyed and ignored how much thinner the liquid is, I would truly believe I was drinking a pumpkin spice latte. Happy sigh.

Basically, pumpkin spice latte pumpkin spice latte pumpkin spice latte.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 30 sec 8 OZ / 236 ML
greenteafairy

Good luck with the dentist! I hope you can get in tomorrow, and I hope it’s not too rough.

Amie

Hope you get the care you need at the dentist. I had a tooth extraction just before Christmas and it was painful but necessary. My husband was my saviour and made me a bunch of homemade soups and health shakes and got me all my favorite nut icecreams. Good luck to you:) I wish Butiki Teas was still in business – I keep seeing everyone post about how great they are and was sad to look on their website and see they had closed shop.

Nattie

Thanks greenteafairy and Amie! I have an appointment for tomorrow morning, so it’s not too bad. Amie you’re lucky to have such a wonderful husband! I hope I can coerce someone into doing the same for me, haha. Sorry about the Butiki posts! They are a huge miss. As far as I’m concerned no other company comes close to what they did. I’ve heard good things about A Quarter to Tea, but never tried them myself so I can’t speak for them.

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669 tasting notes

Sipdown, alas. This tea still tastes of pumpkin and coffee despite its age. Some brown sugar amplifies the flavor nicely. I even got a second steep out of it, though that benefited from some pumpkin agave. I’m sad to see another Butiki go but it’s about time.

greenteafairy

I’m getting very close to sipping down my last Butikis—so sad, but I know it’d be even sadder to let them go off, so I’m pushing through.

Kaylee

Ditto. It’s time.

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333 tasting notes

This tea, more than any other I’ve tried, really did taste like pumpkin. And butterscotch, and spices. There’s something about Butiki’s coffee flavoring, though, that tasted off to me. I can’t describe it, but I noticed it in Coffee Ice Cream too. While I didn’t care for that blend, I still enjoyed this one quite a bit.

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2480 tasting notes

Thank you so much for a surprise sample of this one, TheLastDodo! It’s one I haven’t tried and I really wanted to. :D There seemed to be about a tablespoon remaining, hard to judge with these long leaves. Plenty of pumpkin flakes in the bottom of the pouch – yum yum (made sure to cut the pouch open to get at all the flakes). This is a superb cup. The white tea are those long fuzzy sickles. I was worried that the 3 1/2 minute steep would ruin the white tea, but not at all. I’m not sure I can specifically distinguish the butterscotch and the coffee but the pumpkin is there. I can describe the flavor as buttery but then I realized “butter” is in “butterscotch”! The brew color is pale yet cloudy, probably from all those pumpkin flakes. Very sweet and could easily be a dessert in itself! The second steep is delicious as well, maybe getting slight hints of coffee when it cools. Not many pumpkin blends can beat Butiki – actual pumpkin flakes. Another amazing Butiki blend.
Steep #1 // 25 minutes after boiling // 3 1/2 minute steep
Steep #2 // 25 min a.b. // 4 min

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758 tasting notes

One of the teas I got from CrowKettle this past weekend, and this is a winner! This is very similar to the Buttersotch Mocha Candies (pretty sure I got that wrong, or only partly right) but here the mocha is replaced but the coffee, and yet the three flavors blend together so well. The butterscotch adds a touch of sweetness to the coffee, while the pumpkin is smooth and mellows the coffee, but marrying it with a sort of warm earthiness. I do feel the coffee is the most present note, but it really isn’t in your face at all. If any of that made sense.

Of the pumpkin teas, this is probably my favourite. Can’t wait to have more!

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3336 tasting notes

This tea is certainly less delicious in a travel mug. But, once I figured out what it could be, very clearly identifiable as a Butiki pumpkin tea. Hahahaha.

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527 tasting notes

Butiki’s Pumpkin Creme Brulee has been my favorite pumpkin tea, but now that I’ve sampled this one I think I like it even better! The leaves are long and slender smell heavily of pumpkin. Brewed, this tea is smooth and buttery and sweet. The butterscotch hits my tongue first, followed by incredibly natural pumpkin flavor (how does Stacy do that???) and a light espresso aftertaste. I’d take a cup of this tea over a Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte any day of the week!

Flavors: Butterscotch, Coffee, Pumpkin

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 30 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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149 tasting notes

It’s freezing, and I just got back from grocery shopping. Even though I don’t normally have caffeine at night, I really wanted to have one of my Butiki Teas out of my final Butiki order box (It’s still sitting on my table, because I don’t want to completely put everything away….it feels more special taking them out of the box each time. ha!).
This tea is fantastic. I absolutely love the coffee note with the pumpkin. I’m thinking this is my favourite pumpkin tea, honestly. So, the search is over for my #1 pumpkin, but I won’t be able to ever restock it. That’s sad….but it makes this little pouch of tea sooooo special. I will be hoarding this one. lol
I’m on my second steep right now, and the cup tastes just as good as the first.
I love this tea!! :)))

Plunkybug

I had been kind of curious about the coffee plus pumpkin…though then I thought about all the pumpkins spice lattes, so it must be good together. Ha ha!

ohfancythat

i love this one too :)
I bought so much, haha.

DeliriumsFrogs

Oh yeah, Amariel! It goes so well together…
It’s funny, because I passed a starbucks on the way home from the grocery store, almost wanting to stop for a coffee, but knowing they closed in a few minutes. I totally got my coffee fix with this tea, but it was even BETTER than a coffee fix. :D
Whatshesaid, I wish I bought more!! lol

Plunkybug

Now I wish I had gotten some, though I think CrowKettle might have, so I might get to try it.

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9669 tasting notes

this is just what the doctor needed. the perfect balance of coffee, pumpkin spice and a little sweetness to bring it all together. yay for taking a break to enjoy a more familiar tea. :)

Starfevre

pumpkin sick?

Sil

hahaha

Sil

spice..

Starfevre

that makes more sense. I couldn’t find a word it would be a typo of so I got confused :)

OMGsrsly

(Oh, whoops. That’s a pumpkin “puking” its seeds everywhere, for those who don’t image…)

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3975 tasting notes

Every component of this tea is distinctively present. When the tea hit my lips, I immediately thought that this tasted just like the Butterscotch Pudding tea but then the pumpkin spice took over. Cinnamon and clove were strong but not overwhelming and they gave way to the subtle coffee notes that ended the sip. It’s definitely something I enjoyed but ultimately I find myself craving Butterscotch Pudding/Butterscotch & Hazelnut Mocha Candies. Doesn’t mean I will have a hard time getting through this but I doubt I will become too attached.

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