I love this tea, and not just because the name is awesome. Sweet, warming pumpkin tea.
“I love this tea, and not just because the name is awesome. Sweet, warming pumpkin tea.” Read full tasting note
“Now this is a well done pumpkin spice. I was worried because I’ve disliked pumpkin teas from DavidsTEA before, but this one is really nice, and it’s even better with milk. The main flavor is...” Read full tasting note
“This is very pleasant. A nice cinnamon pumpkin with a little apple. I like it with a little milk and extra sugar.” Read full tasting note
“Why with the sugar DAVIDsTEA?! At least it is not stevia but this is just too sweet. Between pumpkin and carrot, naturally sweet foods, why add more sugar? So I am stuck with a tea that smells kind...” Read full tasting note
Bursting with sweet pumpkin goodness, this warming caffeine-free rooibos is frighteningly good. Its secret? A spicy and comforting combination of cardamom, cinnamon and clove. Packed with all the delicious flavours of fall, this pumpkin butter-inspired blend is sure to be a graveyard smash with little ghouls and goblins. For a special treat, try it as a tasty tea latte.
How it tastes:
Just like smooth pumpkin butter – sweet, spicy and comforting
What makes it great:
● This pumpkin butter-inspired rooibos is caffeine-free, making it the perfect treat for your favourite little monster.
● Makes a killer tea latte.
50 g of this tea makes around 10-12 16 oz cups of hot tea and 5-7 16 oz cups of iced tea.
Rooibos, pumpkin, cinnamon, apple, sugar, carrot, ginger, cardamom, cloves, nutmeg, natural flavouring.
Price per 50g: $8.98
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Now this is a well done pumpkin spice. I was worried because I’ve disliked pumpkin teas from DavidsTEA before, but this one is really nice, and it’s even better with milk. The main flavor is cardamom, but that’s balanced with rooibos and the slight spice of the ginger. It does cause some mouth dryness, and there’s a hint of a strange flavor in there, so this blend isn’t perfect, but I’m having a good time.
Why with the sugar DAVIDsTEA?! At least it is not stevia but this is just too sweet. Between pumpkin and carrot, naturally sweet foods, why add more sugar? So I am stuck with a tea that smells kind of spicy but that coats the tongue with sweetness. The cinnamon doesn’t help either. I just don’t get it.
Hot with a little chocolate agave, back earlier in the week during my stretch of neck/head pain where I was drinking a lot of spiced teas since they were providing at least a little relief. I actually really liked the addition of chocolate to this; the sweetness of the agave wasn’t too sweet with everything else going on in the blend and the chocolate actually added a sort of depth and “denseness” to the flavor that seemed to create more body, and exaggerate certain spice notes like clove and cardamom.
Quite interesting, as far as additions go.
Friendly reminder that I do not numerically rate DAVIDsTEA blends as I’m currently employed there and it would be an obvious conflict of interest. Any blends you see with numerical ratings were rated prior to my employment there. These reviews are a reflection of my personal thoughts regarding the teas, and not the company’s.