Pumpkin Snickerdoodle

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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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  • “Thanks for sharing this sample, amandastory516! The flavor isn’t really that cookie-like. The first time I had this, I tasted something like powdered ginger, not overwhelming or spicy, just sort of...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Iced Latte Sipdown (207) When I went downstairs today, I really wanted to order Starbucks for my iced chai latte with cold foam. Then I remembered I decided to do another battle in my mini...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Sipping/choking down this tea that AmandaStory shared. I seem to have forgotten how humans drink and got some of this down the wrong pipe! If only there was a point where we outgrew that! I’ve been...” Read full tasting note
  • “So do NOT let this one cool down. I made the mistake of letting this one cool down and nope. It was like chewing tea. Something about the cinnamon/sugar or something turned this in to a gritty...” Read full tasting note
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1491 tasting notes

Thanks for sharing this sample, amandastory516! The flavor isn’t really that cookie-like. The first time I had this, I tasted something like powdered ginger, not overwhelming or spicy, just sort of there. I didn’t really get any pumpkin or anything else too desserty. The black tea is pretty weak. The second time I had this, the flavor was sort of squashy, but not desserty or tasty enough. The flavor sounded so promising!

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Iced Latte Sipdown (207)

When I went downstairs today, I really wanted to order Starbucks for my iced chai latte with cold foam. Then I remembered I decided to do another battle in my mini tournament and started posting about it. Also, I could make an iced latte and save the money. So I made the tournament teas. Then I got distracted by life. It was 10 something by the time I decided to make the latte. Then I got distracted again and am only drinking it now.

I grabbed this tea because when I opened the drawer, it was the one in a ziploc bag (the seal broke) and that caught my eye. I figured it would work as an iced latte but remember this always being a bit thin flavourwise so I decided to give it a boost with a touch of brown sugar cinnamon syrup. It definitely helped a great deal. Gave it a lot more oomph behind the flavouring. That said, this makes me think of DAVIDsTEA’s Pumpkin Chai, as opposed to pumpkin or snickerdoodle. It had such potential but never quite lived up to it.

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Sipping/choking down this tea that AmandaStory shared. I seem to have forgotten how humans drink and got some of this down the wrong pipe! If only there was a point where we outgrew that!

I’ve been so busy lately with running my small business that I haven’t had time to log my tea or take notes while sipping on cups between filling orders, shipping orders, making more product (casting, finishing, soldering, polishing), ordering supplies, updating my website and a slew of other things. It’s also swarming season for bees and I’m on the local beekeeping association’s swarm list. Getting free bees is a very competitive thing, so I have to be glued to my phone to catch the alerts before another beekeeper does. Life is busy and I just want a nap!

Onto the tea! Overleafed this a bit so I didn’t have half a serving left and it’s pretty delicious. I’m getting less of the earthy notes this time and more pumpkin spices with something a little more buttery in the background. I’m not super familiar with snickerdoodles other than a cinnamon association, so it’s hard to tell what part of this is supposed to be snickerdoodle like. The cinnamon/clove action is nice, but not overpowering. I like this, but I’m on the fence on if I’d order it or not. I might have to be in the right mood to buy it and right now I’m trying to hold off on buying more Arthur Dove tea as my cupboard is overflowing and starting to intrude on an adjacent cupboard. Tea priorities and problems. :/

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

What sorts of things do you make for your business?

Mastress Alita

If I had a nickle for every time I sent hot tea into my lungs…

Dustin

I predominately make components for a jewelry system used in body piercing. Tiny little gold pieces that display on the front of the piercing.

I’m glad I’m not the only one who can’t figure out how to consistently drink tea the right way!

ashmanra

My husband is currently obsessed with videos of beekeepers capturing queens and moving unwanted swarms! I think he wants bees…

Martin Bednář

Ladies, you aren’t alone. It happens to me as well. I always blame myself being old enough to drink properly. Apparently not.

Dustin

My neighbor’s hive swarmed a couple weeks ago and stopped at my house long enough for me to put a bait box out and get them to rest so we could scoop them into a new hive. It was a fun day interacting with neighbors after we have all been shut in our houses for a year. It’s very meditative working with bees because I’m constantly having to ground myself and resist the urge to let anxiety creep in. If you have the room in your yard I vote bees for the Ashman!

tea-sipper

My dad was just mentioning yesterday about a lady who goes around collecting bees from neighbors without a bee suit on that he saw on TV. (Is it common not to use at least a netted hat?) I guess he (or I?) didn’t know this was a thing. But it makes sense now, that you kind of have to “catch” the bee swarms.

Dustin

When bees swarm they are super docile, so a lot of people skip using the suits. Two things are going on to make this happen. First is the bees are homeless, so they don’t have any turf to protect like when you mess with their hive. Second, they fill up on honey before they leave knowing it may be days before they find a new home and when they do find a new home they are going to have to start making comb quick. When you use a smoker on bees it triggers them to feed on honey and their full stomachs is what makes them more docile.

tea-sipper

WHOA, that is awesome info, Dustin. I will report this to my dad. :D

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So do NOT let this one cool down. I made the mistake of letting this one cool down and nope. It was like chewing tea. Something about the cinnamon/sugar or something turned this in to a gritty textured cup i couldn’t drink.

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Sipdown 11-2022

Rediscovered my stash of Necessiteas blends and decided to start sipping through them.

Not a huge fan of this. Not particularly pumpkiny or snickerdoodley. More sugary ginger. Really sugary as there was a ton of brown sugar at the bottom of the bag.

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