Pumpkin Spice Black

Tea type
Black Rooibos Blend
Ingredients
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Flavors
Caramel, Cream, Sweet
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Caffeine
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Edit tea info Last updated by Jason
Average preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec 12 oz / 354 ml

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  • “The flavor isn’t clearly pumpkin, but as a latte, this is pretty enjoyable. Hard to say what the flavor is supposed to be at all, but it tastes generically desserty and nice. Another mildly...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Advent from AJRimmer day 3 Been hesitating to post this because of user error. I steeped this up and poured it into my travel mug, then headed out to check on a friend and grocery shop, not really...” Read full tasting note
  • “Ok, So I’m not writing this review while drinking it. I drank this last night but didn’t write it up. As such, this is going to be short. Basically, if this is supposed to be pumpkin spice… well,...” Read full tasting note

From English Tea Store

While pumpkins are mostly used to create Jack O Lanterns, they can also be used to concoct delicious soups, desserts, and dishes. Made using a blend of black teas and South African rooibos, this delicious tea is made using natural pumpkin flavoring and spicy notes of cinnamon. A tea that’s absolutely perfect when served hot with milk and sugar.

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The flavor isn’t clearly pumpkin, but as a latte, this is pretty enjoyable. Hard to say what the flavor is supposed to be at all, but it tastes generically desserty and nice. Another mildly flavored black tea I wouldn’t buy again. Not bad, just average.

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Advent from AJRimmer day 3

Been hesitating to post this because of user error. I steeped this up and poured it into my travel mug, then headed out to check on a friend and grocery shop, not really having time for this cup until I made it back home. By then, I think the time in my travel mug altered the taste of this. I feel like it’s been doing that lately and I did a peroxide baking soda soak in it not that long ago. It’s been holding onto a soapy flavor when I wash it out after drinking teas out of it that are oily. This smells warm and spicy, but the flavor coming through is light spice and soap. NOOOOOO! I hate messing up a good tea, especially a pumpkin tea. I have a second serving worth, so I get one more chance!

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec
Courtney

Travel mugs can be so tricky!

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Ok, So I’m not writing this review while drinking it. I drank this last night but didn’t write it up. As such, this is going to be short.

Basically, if this is supposed to be pumpkin spice… well, they missed pumpkin spice by a very long way. However, what it DOES taste like is caramel corn. You know, like that caramel crusted popcorn you get in the tins for Christmas. That is exactly what this managed to hit on the nose. I’m really not sure how you aim for pumpkin spice and hit caramel corn instead, but it’s a delicious tea. I love the sweetness and creaminess. It makes a great dessert tea.

Basically, it’s a pretty tasty tea… if you were looking for caramel corn and not pumpkin spice.

Flavors: Caramel, Cream, Sweet

Preparation
12 OZ / 354 ML
Roswell Strange

It’s all good – I rarely write my tasting notes while drinking the tea. I sometimes keep jot notes about the tea in a journal if I reeaalllyy want to remember something about the tea, but other than that I keep a queue of tasting notes I need to write in an excel file on my laptop, and just delete them from the list after I’ve written them (relying on my memory for the note).

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