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    Need a tea that smells and tastes like autumn

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    Hi, all! This question might fare better in the Recipes question, but I figure a lot of those frequenting the Nutrition section would also have some good suggestions. I'm looking for something light, aromatic, pumpkin-y, apple pie-esque...all paleo-friendly ingredients, of course! I'm indifferent to whether it's it's in the teabag or loose tea form; just no funky ingredients like soy lecithin. Thanks!

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    Cardamom Pu Erh, don't brew it super strong put honey and something creamy in it. Perfection.

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    My ex bought some Pumpkin flavored tea once. Maybe Stash was the brand, but I don't remember for sure. It was kinda bland, but definitely autumney. I'd bet there's apple cinnamon ones too.

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    Tazo Baked Cinnamon Apple tea. Enough said

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    I like to make my own "tea." Ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves (i.e. pumpkin spices) steeped in water makes a nice tea. I often just have that by itself. A higher percentage of cinnamon and cloves would make it more autumnal. You can add it to yerba mate or green tea to get a more "tea" taste. Add maple syrup or honey to make it even more decadent. Mmmm!

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    ^ i second that, it'll be easier to buy your tea then add spices to your liking
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    Harney and Sons has one that I love. Cranberry Autumn Tea

    They also have a wonderful cinnamon tea and a cranberry orange fruit tea that is decaf.

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    I've been drinking a lot of gynostemma tea lately.

    I'm not sure how "fall"-like it is, but it tastes great. I use 175 degree water and you can steep as long as you want. It won't overstep. Ever. No need to add anything, it has sort of a sweet taste to it. They once investigated making it into an alternative sweetener.

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