“Savouring the Shift: Embracing Autumn Flavours in Your Teacup”

As the leaves start to turn from vibrant greens to fiery reds and oranges and the crispness of autumn fills the air, it’s time to bid farewell to the light and refreshing summer teas that have been our go-to sips for the past few months. Autumn brings with it a delightful array of flavours and aromas that can transform your tea-drinking experience. In this blog, we’ll explore the transition from summer teas to autumn flavours, helping you embrace the new season in your teacup.

From Iced to Hot 

The most obvious change as summer turns to autumn is the shift from iced teas to hot ones. While iced teas are a great way to beat the heat, autumn beckons us with its cool breezes, making hot tea a comforting choice. Brew up your favourite black, green, or herbal teas and let the warmth soothe your soul.

Spice it Up

Autumn is synonymous with spices, and there’s no better way to celebrate this season than by indulging in spicy teas. Spiced Chai, with its robust blend of black tea and spices like cinnamon, cardamom, and cloves, is a classic choice. The rich and warming flavours of chai are perfect for those cosy autumn evenings.


As orchards burst with ripe fruits, consider incorporating apples into your tea rituals. Turkish Apple infusion can transport you to an autumn orchard with every sip. This fruity tea is a sweet and comforting treat for your taste buds and is made entirely of dried apple pieces.

Earthy Tones

The earthiness of autumn is beautifully reflected in teas like Milky Oolong: creamy, and sweet with vanilla undertones. Assam teas like Assam Bargang, have a rich and robust character, often with subtle hints of wood, moss, and nuts. They are like a walk through the forest in a cup, offering depth and complexity to your tea-drinking experience.

Herbal Infusions 

Herbal teas are incredibly versatile, and we can provide a variety of autumn-inspired blends. Try Soothe: chamomile with hints of lavender and warming ginger for a soothing and calming experience.

Experiment with Tea Blends 

Autumn is a season of transition, so don’t hesitate to experiment with different tea blends.  Mix and match your favourite teas with spices, such as adding a cinnamon stick or a star anise to your Turkish Apple tea or Assam Bargang, to create unique combinations that reflect your personal taste and the spirit of the season.

As you embrace the changing seasons, remember that tea is not just a beverage; it’s an experience. Let the flavours of autumn guide your tea choices, and relish in the warmth and comfort that a well-brewed cup can provide. Whether you prefer the spicy kick of chai, the fruity sweetness of apple tea, or the earthy depth of oolong, there’s an autumn tea waiting for you to discover and savour. So, wrap yourself in a cosy blanket, find a comfortable spot by the window, and watch the world transform while you enjoy the evolving flavours in your teacup. 

Cheers to autumn!


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