Pumpkin Spice - Cake Batter Breakfast

Tea type
Black Pu'erh Pu'erh (shou) Blend
Ingredients
Not available
Flavors
Artificial, Clove, Cream, Custard, Earth, Eggnog, Nutmeg, Pumpkin, Sugar, Tea, Vanilla, Creamy, Smooth, Spices, Sweet, Cinnamon, Earthy, Watery
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
High
Certification
Organic
Edit tea info Last updated by Cameron B.
Average preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec 16 oz / 473 ml

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Cake for breakfast! Sip this divine creamy Pumpkin Spice breakfast blend & feel like a kid again! Gut-healthy Puerh & warming spices make achieving your health and wellness goals a piece of cake!

Ingredients:
Organic Puerh Black Tea
Biodynamic Sri Lankan Black Tea
Organic Rwandan Black Tea
Organic Black Currant Fruit
Organic Cinnamon
Organic Vanilla Bean
Organic Clove
Organic Nutmeg
Natural Flavor Extracts
Organic Vanilla Powder

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I was planning on just reviewing the sampler pack and rating them, but people actually tried these teas! I’m not the only one either wowed by the taste and irritable about some of the prices! YAY!

I’ve already commented my thoughts on this one for a few of you, but here’s the gist. I sipped this down the quickest out of all of them for easy transport and basic white girl vibes. For whatever reason, Pu-Erh Black tea blends are easy for me to like, so I got Clove, vanilla, nutmeg, and a wi bit of pumpkin are prominent in the flavor under the malt of the black tea and pu-erh. I personally would taste the pu-erh more with more leaves, but the black tea was more prominent, though less so than the power of the flavors.

I personally really liked the eggnog custard vibes and thought this tea was the pumpkin spice version of Thai Temple. I’m not always a huge fan of cake teas, so I’m happy with a more custardy version of one. It’s good with a little bit of cream and sugar, but I liked this one more straight. Felt good on my throat and felt good with the fall vibes. I’m not sure if I would pay for the full price for a large serving of it. I wouldn’t mind having it around since I thought it was better than a lot of other pumpkin spice teas I’ve had before, but I would probably only want another sampler portion.

Flavors: Artificial, Clove, Cream, Custard, Earth, Eggnog, Nutmeg, Pumpkin, Sugar, Tea, Vanilla

Cameron B.

For some reason I just felt like I was never getting enough actual tea flavor out of this one, even with overleafing…

Daylon R Thomas

Ah. The spice must flow then…

Daylon R Thomas

It is muddled for sure.

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I’ve always hated “Birthday Cake” or “Cake Batter” as flavours because literally any type of cake has batter or could be a birthday cake – you just need to pop candles on it. Like, I have Carrot Cake for my birthday every year, but if someone released a carrot cake flavoured tea called Birthday Cake people would probably be upset. It’s dumb.

Anyway, this is clearly supposed to be the sort of generic vanilla cake flavour most birthday cake products are, and I actually do appreciate that Magic Hour has created that but without the cheap sprinkle addition. However, I agree with Cameron B that it sort of reads as eggnog instead. That’s because they’re using some type of cream flavouring with a more naturally custard note, and the cinnamon and nutmeg from the pumpkin spice are the most prominent spice notes and also happen to be the spice notes associated with eggnog…

It’s a little bit unfortunate but not too unfortunate because it is actually a pretty delicious tea. I like the balance of flavours, and the briskness of the tea base a lot.

Daylon R Thomas

That one and the Marzipan are my favorites. I actually am glad it was more Eggnog than anything else.

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Kept hoping my opinion of this one would improve, but sadly it did not.

Still tastes like a slightly bland eggnog tea to me, since the nutmeg and clove are the spices that I notice most. I wish I tasted more of the tea, the puerh especially since that’s what makes it a bit different from other eggnog black teas. But mostly I just taste flavoring, and it comes off as a bit artificial to my palate.

Anyway, still wishing for pumpkin roll cake batter! :P

Flavors: Artificial, Cinnamon, Clove, Creamy, Earthy, Eggnog, Nutmeg, Smooth, Spices, Watery

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec 4 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML

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