Pumpkin Brownie Honeybush Blend from 52Teas

Pumpkin-Brownie-HoneybushTisane Information:

Leaf Type:  Honeybush

Where to Buy:  52Teas

Tisane Description:

I think this one might just speak for itself.   Caffeine-free honeybush, cacao nibs and marigold petals with organic pumpkin and fudge brownie flavors.  This is a big cup of delicious!

Learn more about this tisane here.

Taster’s Review:

I don’t remember ever tasting a pumpkin brownie before, and I’m pretty sure that if I had tasted a pumpkin brownie before, I would remember it!  So, for the purposes of this review, I’m going to just have to imagine what a pumpkin brownie would taste like.

And while I’ve never tried pumpkin brownies, something I have tried (and I LOVE!) are pumpkin chocolate chip cookies.  When autumn arrives, something I’m always keeping a look out for at my grocery store bakery are those cookies … and I’m happy to say that this reminds me a lot of those yummy treats!

But getting back to the subject of pumpkin brownies, I think I’m going to have to find a recipe for pumpkin brownies too.  This might just have to be the Thanksgiving dessert for this year’s Thanksgiving.  Because … yeah.  Pumpkin … Brownie.  Do I need to say any more?

And if my pumpkin brownies wind up tasting anything like this yummy tisane, I think it might even be something that is requested more often than on Thanksgiving.  This is YUM!

The honeybush base is a nice choice for these flavors, because it has a naturally sweet, nutty taste that goes really well with a fudge brownie flavor.  It adds some depth to the brownie notes.  And I like the way the honeyed flavor works with the pumpkin too.

This is a sweet dessert-like tea, but I like that even though it’s inspired by something that is really rich and sweet, it isn’t an overly sweet cup of tea.  It satisfies the sweet tooth without overwhelming it.  There is a balance, ad the pumpkin, while it is a sweeter vegetable, it adds an element of savory to the cup so that it’s not cloying.

The pumpkin is sweet but not too sweet, and adds a compelling contrast to the cacao flavor, and I really love the way pumpkin and chocolate taste together.  There’s a good amount of chocolate flavor, a good amount of pumpkin, and I can still taste the nutty flavors of the honeybush too.


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