Pumpkin Earl Grey

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Black Chai Blend
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Bergamot, Pumpkin, Spices
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Kosher, Vegan
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200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 30 sec 12 oz / 354 ml

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The minute sweater weather hits, we know it’s time to turn our attention to all things pumpkin. Get ready for the classiest cup of pumpkin to every grace your mug: Pumpkin Chai meets Cream of Earl Grey. A remarkably warming & creamy vanilla base with a pinch of pumpkin spices & bergamot for that London Fog richness. It’s our new fall fave, and we think you’ll love it too.

What makes it great

Features all the classic pumpkin spices like cinnamon, cloves & cardamom.

When Pumpkin Chai & Cream of Earl Grey come together, the result is drool-worthy fall goodness.

Pumpkin (the end).

Tea Guide Tip: Try it as a latte

How it tastes
Warming spices on a creamy vanilla base with a touch of pumpkin & bergamot.

Black tea, Pumpkin, Carrot, Cinnamon, Cardamom pod, Clove, Natural (pumpkin pie, vanilla, cream, butter, cinnamon) flavouring, Marigold Petal, Bergamot oil.

About DAVIDsTEA View company

DavidsTea is a Canadian specialty tea and tea accessory retailer based in Montreal, Quebec. It is the largest Canadian-based specialty tea boutique in the country, with its first store having opened in 2008.

10 Tasting Notes

95 tasting notes

I guess I expected something more unique than what it is, because it’s not really any different than any other pumpkiny tea out there. It smells and tastes good, but it’s really nothing special.

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67 tasting notes

This is my first tea review on Steepster for 2022. :)

I was happy to snag 50g of this tea when it was first released. It was recommended to me by a tea vlogger (Tea With Jann), so I snagged some. Earl Grey’s typically the staple for when I’m not craving anything else in the cabinet. I was interested in this simply for the new approach to Earl Grey…with Pumpkin. I’m a huge fan of pumpkin flavors in the fall, plus the recommendation, I was sold.

I finished the last few grams of this today. I have this bad habit of hoarding small amounts of teas that I like/love. I sure LOVED this one. After trying it the first time, I wanted to get a lot more, on the account it was seasonal. Unfortunately for me, it sold out. Therefore, I drank all of it with the exception of two teaspoons…until this morning. It was perfect.

This cuppa is warming, spicy, nutty, and loaded with pumpkin-bergamot flavors. I usually drank it plain, with the one time I added oatmilk (which was perfect). The tea doesn’t need anything else to make it a good cuppa. I like to add 195F water to the leaf, steep for 3.5 mins, and sip it up. I make another cup with the same leaves (195F, 6-8 mins, and sip). The second cup isn’t as in your face with flavor, but it still holds true to the warming effect. It was a good cup for a mildly chilly day or for these unexpected warmer days, too.

Flavors: Bergamot, Pumpkin, Spices

195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 30 sec 2 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

Always gratifying when your first review is ALSO a sipdown.


Steepster will be the motivation for me to sip more teas down! Haha.

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1554 tasting notes

Got this in the subscription box. I was hoping that the fall box would have some pumpkin tea in it, so I was excited to see this. I drank it down pretty quickly and this is my last cup. Although I enjoy it I’m not quite sure how I feel about this. Would I buy it again? I don’t know. There is a nice pumpkin flavor and it’s interesting to taste it paired with bergamot instead of just pumpkin spice. Is it this particular bergamot that I’m not sold on? I almost want to buy another bag to have more time to sort out how I feel about it. There is a little clove tang on the finish that is a little tingly, which I don’t recall in other cups. Perhaps it’s a result of dumping the last of the bag in the steeper. Super glad this one isn’t packed with stevia like many other David’s teas. Also really happy to have a new pumpkin tea to try this year!

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Cameron B.

I used a reward to order this one with my advent calendar, I’m excited for it! :3

Evol Ving Ness

Yeah, this stevia situation in DTs is always a worry. My interest in this one is piqued. Maybe even enough to venture out and get a wee bit.


It’s worth a go IMO. :)

Evol Ving Ness

Thanks, Dustin. The thing is that COVId has shut down all their stores that were in my direct path. So, we’ll see if I can hunt up another one placed more or less in my travels.


They shut down all their US stores, which is really sad. I think they shut the last few down right after the pandemic started, but some disappeared before. Probably a smart business move, not paying rent for a year and a half on pricey well placed stores that would be closed.

Evol Ving Ness

We have only one left, in a shopping mall which I do my best to avoid. I wonder if they will open up a few more if/when normality resumes. Agreed about the smart business move. All of their shops were street level in neighbourhood with a lot of street traffic. Of course, during the lockdown, there was no street traffic. I guess we’ll see.

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1565 tasting notes

This is absolutely delicious! Such a wonderful pumpkin flavor, with a nice creaminess and delicious blend of spices. Really heavy on the nutmeg, so it smells a lot like eggnog to my nose. The bergamot is pretty mild, with it being more in the aftertaste than anything.

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156 tasting notes

Wasn’t bad but not much flavor for the smell. Not really into pumpkin so wasn’t for me. Although turns out i like Earl Greys and that surprised me

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6005 tasting notes

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So, I still don’t know what I think of this tea. I really want to love it, but I can’t quite figure out whether I do – but I still need to try it as a latte. Straight, it doesn’t quite taste like EG to me, though I can definitely taste the pumpkin. However, it doesn’t really have any defining flavour, which perhaps is why I’m struggling a bit with it?

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13264 tasting notes

Oh boy, I don’t know when the last time I felt nervous to start a tasting note was…

This is one of the new teas that’s included in the Autumn Subscription box, but more than that it’s a tea that has a really special significance to me. As so many people here know, I work in R&D for DAVIDsTEA – this is far from the first tea that I’ve been involved in the development process for. However, it is the first tea to launch that was both my idea as well as something that I worked on all the way from concept to finalized blend. There’ll be more to come in the future, but because this is the first means that it’s always going to have a deep emotional significance to me – probably in the same way that DT blends like Birthday Cake do (if not even more so). So, it is with that disclaimer and background that I am going to begin to tell you about Pumpkin Earl Grey…

If you’ve been following along with me on Steepster for a while, then you probably know that I have been adding pumpkin agave to straight black teas and Earl Greys for years now. I can’t remember exactly what year DT released their pumpkin agave (it was when I was working in stores so 2016 or 2017?) but it’s my favourite flavour that DT has ever put out & I just think there’s something magical about it when paired with Earl Grey. I love making what I call “Pumpkin Fogs” using it – but my last bottle is very nearly out and I know that at some point I’m going to be out…

What you might not know is that the first time I ever saw the Pumpkin Agave & Earl Grey combination was from a customer who used to add it to her London Fogs – and she introduced me to this awesome fall combo that I’ve been in love with since. So, this tea is my love letter to that customer and the brilliance of the “Pumpkin Fog”.

Finding the right balance of spices to pair with the bergamot was a bit of a thought puzzle – bergamot is a strong and aromatic flavour/scent and spices can quickly become overwhelming as well. What we ended up with was a medium(ish) intensity combination of cinnamon, clove, and cardamom. I personally feel like the cardamom is the real star here, and I think it does a lot of the heavy lifting of marrying the spices with the bergamot. Cardamom is also super aromatic and it has this citrus-y notes that work really well the pumpkin. Most squash actually is just a little bit citrusy as well, so it’s a good flavour tether. Aside from that, there’s the familiar thick cream/vanilla note that fans of Cream of Earl Grey will recognize but also a tiny bit of a buttery pastry note that I find softens the cup and adds a decadent richness.

This idea was birthed from a latte style beverage prep, so it should probably go without saying that I think this is really brilliant when you make it as a latte. However, I’m also just so in love with it as a straight hot cuppa. I don’t really drink a lot of Cream of Earl Grey or Pumpkin Chai, but this combo just works on a level that seems crazy on paper. I’m excited for people to try it, and honestly just really proud to have a blend out in the world. As both a tea lover and “creative”, that’s a pretty cool bucket list life moment.

Friendly reminder that I do not numerically rate DAVIDsTEA blends as I’m currently employed there and it would be an obvious conflict of interest. Any blends you see with numerical ratings were rated prior to my employment there. These reviews are a reflection of my personal thoughts and feelings regarding the teas, and not the company’s.


It’s cool to see you put so much of yourself into your work and that your materialized idea has landed a spot in the catalog. Way to go :)


Love this so much! And now I obviously need to try it as a latte… AND pay attention when I do so.


I love the sound of this one – what a cool idea! I’ll have to order some too!

Lexie Aleah

This sounds delicious and hopefully, I’ll be able to grab some of it if it’s not only a subscription box tea.


Congrats! I’ll be honest and say I never thought of pumpkin and bergamot together though…

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