The tea has a nice warm clove scent that you just want to inhale because of how cozy it smells. The pumpkin is a nice flavor that isn’t too overwhelming or fake tasting. I did add rice milk, and even though rice milk is a lot thinner than regular milk, it added a nice creamy full flavor. What I liked was the tea was sweet enough by itself not to add any additional sugar.
Stash describes this tea as:
This festive holiday tea imparts the appeal of a tasty pumpkin pie. A delicious blend of naturally decaffeinated black teas and natural pumpkin spice flavor combines with nutmeg, cinnamon, ginger, and clove. Add a touch of milk and sugar to complement the luscious flavor.
The flavor of this tea was like a piece of pumpkin pie that your aunt makes every year for Thanksgiving. There are a lot of spices in this tea, but they are a familiar mix. I thought the cinnamon was the strongest spice of them all, but it wasn’t to sharp or spicy. This was a cozy afternoon tea perfect for a crisp fall day, or to cheer you up on a gloomy, rainy cold summer day.