5 Teas to Get You in the Fall Spirit

Summer has come and gone with memories of summer vacation still fresh in your mind. What’s next? You ask yourself as you peek out the window. The green trees sway in the wind with a lone yellow leaf and you immediately know. It’s almost Autumn.

People are excitedly bringing out their Fall decor, with pumpkins, leaves, and scarecrows. Although the weather may not feel like it just yet, Fall is coming. 

To help get you into the Fall spirit our Fall teas. Here are five (technically six) teas to help get you in the Autumn state of mind:

Pumpkin Spice Black Tea- Either you love it or hate it, you can’t escape it! Our pumpkin spice tea is an amalgam of black teas and rooibos with the right number of fragrant spices like cinnamon and nutmeg. You can also try our herbal pumpkin pie tea if you are not too keen on caffeine. 

English Tea Store Pecan Pie Rooibos- A South African rooibos tea with a sweet, nutty, and caramelly flavor feature. This tea is a perfect alternative for those who don’t want to overindulge their sweet tooth. Use this tea to make a latte, either with regular cow’s milk or your favorite plant-based milk. 

Blood Orange Flavored Black Tea- The leaves are turning red and orange and so is your tea! Our blood orange tea features high-grown Ceylon tea with bits of blood orange to add a pleasing citrus bite. Enjoy this tea iced for those hotter late-summer, early Autumn days.

Apple Spice Black Tea- This Sri Lankan Ceylon tea is mixed with spicy cinnamon. Our apple spice tea is so fruity and crisp that it may give your tastebuds a trip to the apple orchard without leaving home. Enjoy this refreshing hot or iced. 

Indian Spiced Chai Tea One of our best-selling teas, our Indian spiced chai is delicious year-round, but Autumn is the best time to enjoy it. Aromatic spices like cinnamon, cardamom, and clove are among the ensemble of Indian spices carefully blended with Sri Lankan Ceylon tea. Best enjoyed as a tea latte!

If none of the above is your forte, do not worry. We have lots more tea along with some spooky blends and winter teas! 


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