Pumpkin Spice Oolong Loose Tea
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From the crunch of leaves underfoot to the rich smoothness of pumpkin soup, we’ve distilled the essence of autumn into a tea that’s spicy, uplifting and brimming with flavour. We’ve used a Chinese oolong for the base, blending in cinnamon and ginger for a bit of autumn warmth. Add to that luxurious caramel and a festival of rich pumpkin, and you’ve got a punchy tea with the surprising lightness of oolong – just the thing for keeping toasty on chilly October evenings.
23% Oolong tea, 20% Cinnamon, 15% Ginger, Roasted Chicory Root, 13% Pumpkin, 5% Cardamom, Caramel Pieces (Sweetened Condensed Skimmed Milk , Sugar, Glucose Syrup, Butterfat (milk), Humectant E420, Emulsifier E471, Flavourings, 3% Cloves
For allergens see ingredients in bold.
Also not suitable for people with other nut and peanut allergies.
Nutritional Facts Per 100g Energy (KJ) 3 (Kcal) 1 Fat 0g of which saturates 0g Carbohydrates 0g of which sugars 0g Protein 0g Salt 0g
My favoriteBy Anne-Marie from Denmark on 12/07/2018This tea is my absolute favourite, and I have a wide selection of teas! I love the chunky appearance where you can see the whole spices. It smells like sweet autumn leaves, caramel, warm spices and hot tea. The colour is like amber, and the taste is just right as a treat on a cold rainy evening. This tea is my reward when I sit down and relax after a busy day, and I sincerely hope Whittard never removes it from their shop.
Product Content Slot
Spice – cinnamon, nutmeg, clove, Sweet caramel, vanilla & chocolate, Nutty oolong base
All butter shortbread – the creamy, buttery taste is perfect with spice
The heaviest pumpkin ever grown was a cool 187 stone – that's heavier than a small car.
Brew the Perfect cup
Teaspoons (2 grams)
The origins of tea lie in China: legend has it that it was discovered when a few leaves fell into the mythical emperor Shennong's cup of hot water. Today China produces thousands of different varieties ranging from black and green tea to more unusual teas, like puerh or yellow tea.
Poised between black and green tea, oolongs are semi-oxidised, bringing them part of the way towards a fully oxidised black tea before arresting the process with heat. This allows for a huge range of flavours: so-called "jade oolongs" are closer to green tea, while darker oolongs like Big Red Robe are rich with autumnal, nutty flavours and a roasted aroma.