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Davidson's Tea Bulk, Herbal Chamomile and Fruit, 16-Ounce Bag
- A pack of 16-Ounce Bag
- USDA Certified Organic
- Enjoy drinking this loose leaf bulk tea with our best selling and convenient Ultimate Tea Infuser, also available on Amazoncom or Davidsonsteacom
- Packed in a paper/kraft stand up pouch (SUP) with aluminum foil lining to maintain freshness
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Top Customer Reviews
So to give everyone an idea of where I'm coming from, I've drank tea since I was a kid. Never liked coffee... but I loved tea. Probably about 10-12ish years ago I started down the road of buying better and better teas. I drank bagged stuff, as most people do, but got nicer and nicer bagged teas as the years went on. Well a couple of years ago I finally decided to go loose leaf.
So, I proceeded to try different brands to find one I liked. Although I did try some that weren't, I wanted my "regular" tea to be organic. There are a good number out there, most outrageously expensive. Even of those ones I would say Davidson's is just as good, and at a fraction of the price.Read more ›
This tea has a white fur on each little leaf. Supposedly, this is because it is picked from the top two leaf layers of early (immature) tea. For those who have not had Silver Needles before, it has a much more subtle tea flavor than does green tea. For some, this may not be as pleasant to drink, so before you put out the money for an entire pound, you may want to try it in a less expensive way first. For myself, I do prefer green and even black tea, but white tea has some health advantages I seek.
As others have mentioned, you can definitely get at least three good brews out of this tea. Also, the tea does not leave you jittery from caffeine as similar amounts of green or black tea would. This is, in part, because it has less caffeine than the others, appears to have a stronger concentration of differing antioxidants, and it has more theobromine and theanine--both of which soothe and calm people. You are left amazingly alert but calm as you drink this. If you have something to do that requires a lot of concentration, drinking this tea greatly helps you focus. I cannot fully describe just how strong this effect is, but your mind functions as well as if you had just had a great night's sleep, coupled with a vigorous workout (depending on how much tea you used or how long the initial brew took -- the more the better). The effect seems to be most noticeable starting 30 minutes after drinking the first cup and lasts many hours.
Without a doubt, the tea tastes best if brewed at something below 170 degrees (probably 160 is best). I have taken to using a kitchen thermometer if I'm in doubt as to its relative temperature.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The product we received was not gunpowder tea, gunpowder tea is little rolled balls of tea leaves, this bag had "none". Read morePublished 4 hours ago by Morgan
Delicious! The bag is huge, I guess i wasn't aware how much I was purchasing. Its the size of an 8.5" x 11" piece of paper.Published 7 hours ago by makenzie hannon
I make this for my friends at work when they have colds. I have a small teapot with built in defuser. Our coffee machine has a hot water tap.Published 21 hours ago by Alexander J. Keenan
If you start with good gunpowder tea before this product you will be dissapointed. There are enough sticks in this to build a log cabin, seriously. Read morePublished 1 day ago by R.AMSEY
Super great value for the price but it is very very strong. My boyfriend can never seem to find green tea strong enough and he could barely get a full cup of this down the first... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Cyrene O'Connell