Top 5 loose leaf teas for Autumn - Teaspoon Tea Co

Top 5 loose leaf teas for Autumn

Sep 08, 2023Pamela Merryweather

Autumn is a season of change, with the weather turning cooler and the leaves transforming into vibrant hues of red, orange, and yellow. It's the perfect time to cozy up with a hot drink that not only warms your body but also delights your taste buds.  

Here's our Top 5 loose leaf teas for Autumn:                             


1. Autumn Tea

Autumn tea is a blend of black tea, redcurrant flavour and safflowers. The fruity berry flavour is balance with the black to brew a refreshing cup. The safflowers add a fleck of red autumn leaves to enhance the experience.






2. Assam Phulbari.

A classic tea from Indian, offering a strong and malty drink that you can add milk to or not.






3. Chai Spice

Full of spices like cloves, cardamon, ginger and herbs like ginseng and ginkgo, this tea has a brilliant warming taste. Make with boiling water or infuse with hot milk and strain to make a chai latte.





4. Gen Mai Cha

Gen Mai Cha or Brown Rice Tea is made by blending Japanese Sencha green tea together with roasted brown rice. The taste is sweet grassy with a nutty flavour.  Genmaicha is sometimes referred to as Popcorn tea as many of the rice kernels pop like popcorn during the roasting process.





5. Milk Oolong

Oolong teas are halfway between a black and green tea and have complex flavours This unusal tea taste just like milk bottle sweets and has a bit of a cult following. Keep the leaves and reinfuse them up to 4 times to experience a slightly different taste each time.




As the days grow shorter and the air becomes crisper, there's no better way to embrace the beauty of autumn than with a cup of tea. So, grab your favourite mug, brew a steaming cup of autumn tea, and let its warmth and aroma transport you to a world of autumnal bliss.

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