(Grocery) This prdouct is a pretty good tea for the holiday season. It contains naturally decaffeinated black tea, nutmeg, cinnamon, ginger, natural, pumpkin spice flavor, and clove. Note that it does not contain any actual pumpkin ( does contain pumpkin flakes, and I prefer Bigelow’s version to Stash’s as I find it has a smoother flavor). I have tried this tea (Stash) brewed both hot and cold, and I must say that I prefer it as an icred tea. The overwhelming flavor is nutmeg and clove. It is a pleasant tea, but it doesn’t particularly remind me of pumpkin pie. I find the spicy flavor to be a bit astringent. The tea smells of cinnamon, but I don’t taste much of it. It has a very yummy flavor. I would recommend Bigelow’s version over this one, but it is still a very pleasant tea and can be enjoyed if you like the taste of spices, and I think it’s best iced. Enjoy!
Posted on | October 11, 2010 | 1 Comment
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For those who dislike the tinny taste of canned pumpkin, it’s well worth the baking effort to steam/bake Winter Luxury for cooked pumpkin from-scratch. Making your list of garden seeds for next year? Winter Luxury pumpkin seeds can be found at Johnny’s Seeds where you’ll also find a Pumpkin Production Guide.