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Decaf Pumpkin Spice/Stash Tea. . . #spookyseasontea

Decaf Pumpkin Spice/Stash Tea. . . #spookyseasontea

Photo Credit: Stash Tea

I have a confession to make. I don’t really get the pumpkin spice craze, other than the fact that is feels good to welcome autumn and cinnamon is just so nostalgic, evoking lots of warm cozy memories. But I think of these spices more in cake than in beverages.

Add in my love of good black tea to that, and you will see why I expected this decaf to fail. And it did. At least, it failed as a stand alone cup of black tea for me. It was a big old cup of disappointment. It tasted like hot water with cinnamon and spices. I couldn’t taste tea at all.

Realizing that most people add milk and sugar to their flavored tea, I decided to salvage this cup with a tiny splash of milk and just a wee bit of sugar – probably a half teaspoon. Now that’s more like it! This went from blah to ah! Nice! Is it a great black tea? No way. But as a hot, cozy beverage for a chilly night, I could enjoy it this way.

But I really think this is just crying out to be a latte. Next time around, this will be steeped in just hot milk or half water/half milk. It only takes a tiny bit of sugar to sweeten it with the cinnamon and nutmeg that is here, and the ginger is nice and not too hot and spicy.

Plain? No thanks! As a latte? Any chilly night!


Want to Know More About This Tea?

Leaf Type:  Black Tea

Where to Buy:  Stash Tea

Description

Leggings, UGGs, foliage, and of course, pumpkin everything. It’s the season you’ve been waiting for and along with it comes our seasonal Pumpkin Spice tea.

You’ll notice forward notes of bold black tea and a smooth aftertaste of–you guessed it, pumpkin. Hints of cinnamon and spices will engage your senses as you sip. This blend is the perfect accompaniment to a slice of pumpkin pie or pumpkin bread. The possibili-teas are endless; you could even try combining it in your favorite pumpkin bread recipe.

This pumpkin spice tea has been scientifically proven (wink) to taste best when consumed on chilly autumn afternoons. But since it’s a decaf tea, really any time of day or night works.

Learn even more about this tea and tea company here!

1 thought on “Decaf Pumpkin Spice/Stash Tea. . . #spookyseasontea

  1. Since I mostly drink decaf tea I have tried a range of decaf black teas. I like Stash decaf Pumpkin Spice and keep some on hand as after dinner or evening tea. If you don’ t like the base try brewing with a little decaf black tea that you like.

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