Pumpkin Spice and Fall Traditions
Pumpkin Spice began it’s life as ‘pumpkin pie spice’ when spice companies bundled the most common spices used to make pumpkin pie. The ‘pumpkin spice’ blend usually includes cinnamon, cloves, ginger, nutmeg, and allspice. This very distinct blend has gone through many different iterations and fluctuated in popularity since the 1950’s which has lead to the many pumpkin spice products of today. Our version of Pumpkin Spice Tea is a warm fireside tea ready to accompany you through the fall season and changing leaves. We blend Ceylon black teas, Spanish safflower petals, and pumpkin, cranberry, and apple flavors. This tea creates an indulgent amber-colored cup reminiscent of falling leaves and a family hearth.