Pumpkin Muffin

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
Artificial Flavouring, Carrot, Chinese Black Tea, Natural Flavours, Organic Cinnamon, White Chocolate Chips
Flavors
Clove, Cream, Musty, Nutmeg
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
High
Certification
Not available
Edit tea info Last updated by Cameron B.
Average preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 0 sec 10 oz / 295 ml

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  • “From my Sips By box for November. Also a sipdown. This tea smells so amazing in the pouch, creamy and pumpkin-y and luscious. I was so excited for it! Even steeped up, it smelled delicious. I...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Finally broke down and opened the baggie. (Reason for delay: If I drink it, it’ll be gone!) Black tea chock full of goodies, including what appears to be dried pumpkin or dried sweet potato and...” Read full tasting note

From Savoy Tea Co

Take a sip of this tea and you’ll be transported to a pumpkin patch, sitting on a giant pumpkin, eating a pumpkin muffin, while wearing a pumpkin colored shirt. It’s your own little pumpkin world in a cup of tea!

INGREDIENTS:
Chinese Black Tea, White Chocolate Chips, Freeze-Dried Carrot Pieces, Organic Cinnamon Pieces, Natural & Artificial Flavor

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2459 tasting notes

From my Sips By box for November. Also a sipdown.

This tea smells so amazing in the pouch, creamy and pumpkin-y and luscious. I was so excited for it! Even steeped up, it smelled delicious. I didn’t approve of the mini white chocolate chips, but I was willing to forgive.

Sadly, it’s quite bland. For this second mug, I overleafed by quite a bit in an attempt to get more flavor. Unfortunately, it didn’t seem to help much. There’s some very mild spicing, mostly clove and a bit of nutmeg. There’s also a tiny bit of cream in the background. But mostly it tastes like a musty base tea. And my first cup, with a normal (for me) amount of leaf, tasted like mildly spiced water.

So disappointing after the lovely smell… Ah well, it joins the ranks of many other underwhelming pumpkin spice teas.

Flavors: Clove, Cream, Musty, Nutmeg

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 0 sec 3 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML
Courtney

It’s such a shame when the scent is so deceptive!

Cameron B.

I was promised creamy pumpkin-y goodness! T.T

AJRimmer

Aw man, I’ve been meaning to try this one for a long time! That’s a shame.

amandastory516

This is one that’s been on my to-try list as well, so it’s a shame to hear it’s disappointing. So many pumpkin teas are.

Cameron B.

To be fair, the other note for this is much more favorable than mine. So it’s entirely possible I’m pickier than other people when it comes to pumpkin spice. :P

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2420 tasting notes

Finally broke down and opened the baggie. (Reason for delay: If I drink it, it’ll be gone!) Black tea chock full of goodies, including what appears to be dried pumpkin or dried sweet potato and white chocolate chips.

It smells as good steeped as it does dry. Due to the chips, it’s creamy, cloudy, and very sweet; flavor stays a while after each sip. Pumpkiny? Yes. Tasty? Extremely. Caffeine? Gentle. Want more? Absolutely.

Rosehips

Oooh, this sounds delicious.

gmathis

She shared enough for a couple more small cuppas. One of those I will try with milk—I can’t imagine that doing anything but improve it further.

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