Oh yes it is, and we’re just riding along this train till I run out of tea to try, which will never happen. I promised myself, you, and the universe, that I would get to as many teas for autumn and naturally let the blend from season to season.
With this I will reviewing two teas from Stash, which has been a friend to me and this blog (previous posts can be found here, over here, and one more right…here…) and I don’t write about enough. I could say that about a whole plethora of companies, and their finest of teas.
The Pumpkin Spice Decaf really got me good. Without trying too hard I figured out that this was natural pumpkin flavor and not that artificial and synthesized coloring and flavoring that many of these companies add to their teas, to make it sweeter when it’s better off being left alone.
But this was fun. Cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg (oil in this instance which I found intriguing), and cloves really make this a powerfully packed tea that seemed so effortless to produce. I think black tea and pumpkin is a winning combination if done right. You could actually apply that to just about anything If things are blended together properly, with some good soul and feeling behind it, it’s going to be a winner.
This checks of all the boxes. How about that beautiful color? Decaf or not, I wouldn’t know the difference, this is a great tea.
The Maple Apple Cider is fine except for the maple flavor. This is a matter of taste. Maple doesn’t always work for me. It’s natural maple flavor and it’s possible that’s where I’ve thrown off. I’ve had plenty of foods with maple glaze that either taste too good to be true, or just don’t taste good at all.
Aside from that, this had another melange of great flavors, that is slightly marred my the maple. But there’s times where I feel the cinnamon, caramel, and apple is lost because of the strong presence of maple. This is another in the line of rooibos that I’ve been trying, and this is a slight step back.
I will gladly give it another go since I’ve bought a package, but I wasn’t blown away this with this one.
My snowman friends didn’t seem to mind. They seemed to be enjoying themselves. Yes I did just say that…
On their website, both teas are listed as a package deal. I think that’s a fantastic gift for now, and the Christmas season that is fast approaching.
When it comes to Stash, I’m only just getting started. They have so many teas for the holidays, that I’m hopefully going to dedicate some more posts too. Just from my observation, Stash is one of those companies that doesn’t get the publicity and headlines that it should.
I know some people close to me are huge fans, and make it a part of their daily lives, and morning routine. I have to many teas to choose from, I’m not sure if there will ever be a routine. And neither situation is right or wrong. It’s all beautiful. It’s all in the celebration of tea.
We’re still in the heart of November, and there’s so much tea to try and share with you guys. For some reason, I’m feeling a little more heart warmed today than normal. Tea makes me so happy and this is some of the happiest times of the year.
More to share soon.
For more on Stash, here is where you can find their teas, their list of fall teas, more about the company, and contact information.
Thank you so much, and I’ll be back tomorrow…
Peace be with you.
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