Psst….I can’t taste what you’re trying to say wee Pumpkin Spice tea!.
Lovely idea, better with milk. But really was passionless.
Feel like I need to try this again but with a different brand.
“This was another tea I got at Wegman’s yesterday. I am surprised to see the reviews of it were so mixed because I actually liked this one, even though it’s a teabag. Sometimes decaf teas are nice...” Read full tasting note
“To be honest I was sort of expecting something a bit more…well, pumpkin-y. This tea has the spice alright, but that’s it. False advertising, I say!” Read full tasting note
“Brewing temp-208 to be exact. I’ve TRIED to get my mom and dad to go with loose tea and to brew their tea properly. I’ve given them loose tea, which they profess to like, but take forever to drink...” Read full tasting note
“Smells pretty much like the one from 52teas. There’s a peppery sort of note in the aroma too that prickles my nose and make me want to sneeze. It’s sweet. Somewhat spicy, it sort of warms that...” Read full tasting note
This festive holiday tea imparts the appeal of a tasty pumpkin pie. A delicious blend of naturally decaffeinated black teas and natural pumpkin spice flavor combines with nutmeg, cinnamon, ginger, and clove. Add a touch of milk and sugar to complement the luscious flavor.
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So this weekend we took a trip to my Grandma’s house to pay her a visit, and I wound up taking a few small tea samples home with me at the end of the visit.
Even thought this is a teabag, I grabbed one of them because it’s getting to be fall now and since this is something I haven’t tried before I thought it could be a nice one off cuppa. I made it at work, with some milk because milk and chai are just really good pairings. It was pretty good, but actually fairly light in flavour overall. I got a lot of the cinnamon, nutmeg, and ginger but not as much clove as I wanted and very little actual pumpkin although there WAS a sweetness to it that was a bit harder to place.
It was nice to sip on, but forgettable overall.
I tried the bagged version of this. It is quite good. It has a nice blend of spices, and just a hint of pumpkin to give it a unique twist. The underlying tea flavor was smooth and not at all bitter. I wish the pumpkin flavor was a little stronger, but I think I’ll be buying more regardless.
Flavors: Pumpkin, Spices
Not what I was hoping for. Like others have said, I was honestly hoping for a liquid pumpkin pie type of flavor and got nothing close. The spices are definitely there but they go down the throat harsh. This has been sitting in my cupboard for over a year now and I haven’t had more than a few bags – chances are it’ll end up in the trash eventually since I’ve found the incredible world of loose leaf tea.
It’s very a very autumnal flavour — very spicy. I do think that the nutmeg overpowers it though, and there wasn’t enough “pumpkin” flavour for my tastes. I would enjoy more pumpkin since I feel like that earthy flavour would compliment this…. I suppose I was expecting a bit more. Not a bad tea, but more for one who prefers a tea heavy on the spices (or the nutmeg).
At least there was no licorice, which is the one reason I stay away from chai-like teas. :)
I bought this because I was craving pumpkin pie (or a pumpkin spice latte) but didn’t want to consume the extra calories. First impression: Mmmmmmm, this is reaaaaally good! I keep getting whiffs of pumpkin spice from my cup, and can actually taste it in the tea. I’m also picking up some pepper and vanilla notes — this one’s both spicy and mellow. My sister and I are drinking this at two in the morning while we’re both working on essays, and it’s going really well with the colder post-Canadian Thanksgiving October night. Great that it’s decaf, too!