4 Fall Tea Flavors to Celebrate Sweater Weather

Crisp nights, the smell of autumn leaves, bonfires and everything cinnamon spice. Sweater weather is here, and we couldn’t be happier.

It’s the time of year when trees burst with brilliant colors of gold, amber and red. It’s the season of pumpkin patches, hayrides and apple picking. It’s the coziest time of the year and the perfect time to enjoy the best fall teas.

There’s no better way to welcome fall than wrapping your hands around a warm cuppa. We have four new blends to help you usher in the new season, from classic fall spices to unique flavors that bring comfort and joy. 

Nuts About Oolong Tea

True almond joy. What better way to celebrate fall than to cozy up by the fire with a hot cup of oolong and almond tea? When it comes to fall flavors, apple, pumpkin and cinnamon hog the spotlight, but almond has an under-appreciated taste and aroma that’s both warming and soothing.

Our Nuts About Oolong blend proves that, sometimes, simple is better. With just two ingredients (oolong and almond flavor), this is a tea that will satisfy your minimalist nature. Think toasted almonds with just a hint of honey sweetness.

Maple Harvest Tea

To capture the flavor of the season, we paired oolong tea with dried apple and warm spices, like cinnamon bark, cloves and cardamom. Safflower and natural maple and crème flavor add a touch of sweetness.

With an intoxicating aroma of candied apples, pure maple syrup and cinnamon bark, Maple Harvest will be your go-to blend for the fall season.

Blueberry Muffin Tea

Fresh out the oven, our Blueberry Muffin blend is comfort and coziness in a cup. We paired white tea with natural blueberry flavor and dried blueberries for a cup of tea that’s both light and sweet.

This oven-fresh blend will leave your kitchen smelling like a bakery every time you brew it. Pair it with your favorite autumn breakfast or save it for an after-dinner treat. There's no right or wrong time to enjoy a blueberry muffin.

Bobbin' for Apples Tea

Apple Spice Nice. Bobbin’ for Apples has everything you love about autumn, tart dried apple, warm cinnamon bark and bewitching caramel apple. These bright, warm flavors are sure to put a smile on your face even on the gloomiest of days.

Add a splash of milk (or your favorite non-dairy alternative), a pinch of sugar and you have a fall dessert in a mug.

The days are getting shorter, the nights are getting longer, and the weather is getting cooler. But your cup of tea? Well, that just keeps getting bigger. We’re happy to share in the joy of fall with you, and these four blends are the perfect way to kick off the season.

Like to try these blends? Check out our new fall tea blends here.

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