Sadly, Teavana has discontinued this tasty blend, so snatch up as many as you can find! Cardamom and candied mango reign supreme, so easy on the sweetener!
“This one has been on my shopping list for a while – mostly because I found it to be so odd…the flavor combos, I mean! Kristen was so awesome and sent me some of this! thanks Kristen! The...” Read full tasting note
“THIS TEA IS BEING DISCONTINUED! I’m a little sad about it, but it also means I’ll be able to buy some more at like 40% off sometime between now and Christmas. :)” Read full tasting note
“Thank you to TeaEqualsBliss for sending me a bit of this tea. I’m quite enjoying it. I love the spice tones and how they contrast the sweet fruit notes and also complement the pumpkin. It’s a...” Read full tasting note
“Another tea from Irina. Again, I’m hesitant to log this because I’m just guessing at what tea it is. The raw leaf is tightly rolled leaves and has chunks in it LOL. There are things that look like...” Read full tasting note
This uncommon and revolutionary spice tea blend combines sweet pumpkin, cloves, ripe papaya and cardamom with a fragrant Oolong tea. Excellent iced to cool you in the Summer and terrific hot to warm you in the winter. Viva la Oolong Revolution!
How to Prepare
Use 1 teaspoon of tea per 8 ounces of water. Heat water to just before boiling (195 degrees) and steep for 3-4 minutes. 2oz of tea equals 25-30 teaspoons.
Oolong tea, pumpkin pieces, cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, candied papaya, nutmeg and rose petals.
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I normally hate the very idea of fruit in my tea. The idea just grosses me out. I’m glad I tried this before I worked out that it was full of fruit, because I would really have missed out if I’d skipped it.
This is sweet, and has a sweet-smoke kind of smell to it. Mind your steeping time, if you leave it too long it turns eye-wateringly bitter. Will stand up to a second steeping if you treat it right and don’t over-steep it the first time.
I like this with some honey and just a splash of heavy cream.
I was on the fence about this tea. I am not a huge oolong drinker, but this one kind of grew on me. Poking around the teavana app, I found some blending suggestions. So I went and blended it with some of teavana’s Samurai Chai Mate (which I was also on the fence about). Alone, neither of these teas did it for me. But together…. it is the gestalt of teas. They blend so well together that I will probably never drink them apart again…
This tea was a gift from a co-worker. I just knew the tea name, but not the tea company. I usually don’t like teas from Teavana because they smell great but often the taste doesn’t have such a strong flavor.
This tea smells sweet and fruity and the taste equals that! I can definitely tell it’s an oolong base, and I would agree that this is a “revolution” for usual oolong drinkers. It’s a great afternoon snack tea, though I don’t taste as much flavor complexity as others state. I taste the tropical fruits, but no pumpkin flavors.
Wow one of my favorite teas and I’ve never reviewed this? I lovingly refer to this as Pumpkin Spice and I’m deeply saddened it’s being discontinued! I love it because it has such a wonderful weird can’t-exactly-descibe taste. Definitely spicy but also.. maybe kinda creamy but I suppose that’s the pumpkin. I will miss you Sweet Oolong Revolution aka my Pumpkin Spice