Spiced Pumpkin

Tea type
Herbal Tea
Cinnamon, Cocoa Bean Shells, Honeybush, Maple Crystals, Pumpkin Pieces, Whipped Cream
Maple, Pumpkin, Spices, Cinnamon, Apple, Fruity, Sweet, Honey, Nutty, Oats, Vanilla, Cream, Ginger, Nutmeg, Pumpkin Spice, Alcohol, Almond, Cocoa, Cookie, Caramel, Pastries, Cloves, Creamy, Molasses
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Caffeine Free
Edit tea info Last updated by bree
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205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 30 sec 11 oz / 331 ml

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Spice up your fall

Is there anything more autumnal than a pumpkin? If there is, we don’t wanna hear about it. Not when pumpkin can taste this good. This sweet and comforting, all-natural blend combines pumpkin, honeybush, cinnamon, cocoa and real maple crystals. The result? A warming taste of fall we just can’t get enough of. And since it’s caffeine-free, you can enjoy it all day and all night. Now that’s pumpkin to get excited about.

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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.

48 Tasting Notes

4194 tasting notes

Whoa, I just realized I had two pouches of Spiced Pumpkin and two pouches of Pumpkin Cheesecake and haven’t written tasting notes for either one!  sigh.  I don’t even know where the other Spiced Pumpkin might be and it is a rarity for me not to know the general area of a tea.  This is a well organized mess (at least in my head).  This pouch is from M Mack a while ago — thank you!   Using 1 1/2 teaspoons, this one is actually quite pleasant.  I wouldn’t say it is overtly pumpkin but major points to Davidstea for actually including pumpkin in a “spiced pumpkin” blend.  It seems obvious, but I swear 90% of pumpkin teas from any tea shop with PUMPKIN actually in the name doesn’t even contain actual pumpkin.  You’d think it would be easy and cheap to chop up big pumpkins and add them to teas.  I don’t know — I’m not a tea magician.  But there is a lovely pumpkin squashy vegetal flavor here, especially when it’s cooled.  A creamy quality along with the spiciness. Some interesting ingredients here like maple crystals and “whipped cream”.  What the heck?  I wonder how.  I like that the honeybush is the base.  All the ingredients here meld into deliciousness. I have to remember to use 1 1/2 teaspoons in the future… and definitely find that second pouch wherever it happens to be…

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806 tasting notes

When I smelled the dry leaf reminded me of apple cider just with pumpkin instead of apple. I imagine this would be what pumpkin cider would taste like. I get the pumpkin taste with a bit of maple. Well anyone that know me knows I am a maple addict. I could see this being a great fall/winter tea. Of course with maple and pumpkin I would drink it all year around. I remember going on a field trip when I was in school and tapping our own maple tree to make syrup. It was a lot of fun.

Flavors: Maple, Pumpkin, Spices

Boiling 7 min, 0 sec 8 OZ / 236 ML

Is this back already?? time flies :D

Autistic Goblin

Not back just happens to be in my stash.

Autistic Goblin

At least as far as I know it’s not back.


ah. makes more sense haha

Autistic Goblin

Indigo I did see a pumpkin 3 pack of teas there earlier this week. It had pumpkin cheesecake in it. Thought about buying it but I still have quite a few teas in my cupboard already.


must be why I thought it was back!!

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561 tasting notes

This tea tastes mostly like cinnamon water. I am glad I only got a sample of this one.

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15942 tasting notes

Well, I said I was gonna set this one aside until the fall and that’s what I did!

Come the first day of Autumn, I pulled this tea out and whipped myself up a nice hot mug of it. I did add a splash of cashew milk for creaminess, and some pumpkin agave to amp up those pumpkin notes as well! It was really good, although QUITE sweet. Even with the pumpkin agave, the pumpkin isn’t as strong as I’d personally want it to be – I think the apple is a far more piercing, full bodied and forward flavour. I still enjoyed it though, and I was right that it feels a little more natural to be drinking this one in autumn over the summer.

I’m also a little surprised just how many other people must have been fans of this one! People have been coming in and asking for Pumpkin Chai since I started working at DT (it happens like at least once a week) but ever since September first we have two or three people come in a week looking for this blend in particular too. I just never realized it was that well loved…

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 regarding the teas, and not the company’s.

Evol Ving Ness

This one is yum. Thanks for reminding me of it. Now, where did I put mine?

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316 tasting notes

Mmm, this is a great latte tea. (I also don’t mind it hot) But it’s best as a latte, and I love it – it’s my favourite pumpkin tea I’ve tried. Somehow it just gets that pumpkin flavour with the spice flavour all together perfectly. Great fall treat!

Flavors: Cinnamon, Pumpkin, Spices

205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec

Same! :)

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226 tasting notes

I can take or leave this tea. It doesn’t taste bad or anything, just not terribly inspiring. I taste a bare hint of pumpkin, not sure if I would like it more if it did have more pumpkin taste…..

200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 6 OZ / 177 ML

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18 tasting notes

I was excited to try the Pumpkin sample set from David’s teas. As I have begun to use the infuser and time to my advantage I have found the ability to steep some of the herbals from DavidsTea more than once (though the flavor is never as strong.)
The first steeping had a nice full pumpkin flavor with cinnamon. The maple came through a little and it tasted like a spiced pumpkin pie. Very flavorful.
The second steeping (at boiling and for about 10 minutes) the flavors were still more diminished but still a nice glass of tea

Flavors: Cinnamon, Maple, Pumpkin

Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML

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2960 tasting notes

Another sipdown to make room for my horde of B&B teas coming in the meal. lol

This is a lovely fall cup and I have enjoyed it. The honeybush really makes a nice base because it is sweet but also flavourful, cozy, a little woody, and reminds me of oatmeal. I get a lot of cinnamon, some creaminess from vanilla, and general spices. I can’t make out whipped cream flavouring in particular but I added a dash of vanilla soy milk and it made a desserty cup to have with breakfast. A lovely blend! It tastes a bit like cinnamon oatmeal cookies but with some nutty and vanilla notes.

Flavors: Cinnamon, Honey, Nutty, Oats, Spices, Sweet, Vanilla

8 min or more
Cameron B.

Yay tea mail! I just got my B&B matcha advent and a couple of teas today. :D

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484 tasting notes

Herbal and Decaf TTB.

I’m finally getting around to going through this box, so I can see about starting the next round. This was the last of the bag, and it was almost all rooibos, so that may have affected the flavor. It pretty much tasted like maple with a hint of spice to me – not bad, but plain maple isn’t really my favorite flavor, and tends to taste a little too sweet to me. It was definitely an autumnal sort of tea, but I wish I had been able to taste the pumpkin. I’m not sure how long I steeped this for, since I forgot to set a timer and just came back to it after a few minutes. Too much going on today with the boys, and settling back into life with a new baby.

Flavors: Maple, Spices

Boiling 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML
Evol Ving Ness

Yeah, this one didn’t have much pumpkin going on, even at its freshest. Pretty much as you describe it, maple and spice. I quite liked it. Thank you for reminding me to haul it out of hiding.


You’re welcome. I might have rated it higher if the name reflected the flavor a little better, but I’m always really disappointed when pumpkin teas don’t taste like pumpkin, and like I said, maple tends to taste too sweet to me if it’s alone.


Aw, sucks that you didn’t like it :( I loved this one brewed as a latte and went through 250g+ of it last autumn.


I can see why, it seems like a good quality tea, just not to my tastes.

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1403 tasting notes

I am really enjoying this one today.

When I first tried it in autumn, it seemed just ok. The whole pumpkin fever thing is pretty much beyond me. I don’t get it. Usually the teas are just all about pumpkin spice. What, really? That’s what people get excited about?

Today I reached for this one as an evening tea, and gave the bag a good shake and then another good shake. I steeped using cooler water and longer than I usually do: perhaps five to eight minutes? Anyway, the result is good. Far better than what I recall it being. Here I am tasting the medley of pumpkin spice, but possibly pumpkin with them, in addition to maple and cream. Rooibos is a good base choice.

Now that the pumpkin fever of autumn is over, I find myself craving the odd pumpkin tea, like this one from time to time. Nice cup.

Flavors: Cinnamon, Cream, Ginger, Maple, Nutmeg, Pumpkin Spice

185 °F / 85 °C 7 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

As much as I like pumpkin (spice) desserts, it really has gotten a little too hyped over the years. But this is an exception. It’s truly a well-done pumpkin flanker, if you will.

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