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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.

    It's also one of the most potent "adaptogenic" herbs known in the Chinese herbal pharmacopeia with over twice as many medicinal compounds in it "sapponens" specifically, than the infamous ginseng.
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    chia tea
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