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Davidson's Tea Bulk, White Peony, 16-Ounce Bag

Davidson's

Davidson's Tea Bulk, White Peony, 16-Ounce Bag

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Product Description Product Description
  • A pack of 16-Ounce Bag
  • USDA Certified Organic
  • Contains caffeine
  • 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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Before writing this review I alerted the company via email that their Silver Needle Tea had lost substantial qualityPreviously, we were very happy loyal customers of Davidson's Tea. We purchased about a thousand dollars in tea between our two Amazon accounts. Before writing this review I alerted the company via email that their Silver Needle Tea had lost substantial quality and taste. Sometime this year (the last four bags of tea we bought) the Tea became Dry and Tasteless. We thought maybe it was our Reversis Osmosis Water Filters, but we figured it out when we found a bag of tea bought very early this year at our summer house. It was the original taste we had loved. We are stuck with many bags of expensive, dry and tasteless tea. And still no response from Davidson's Tea. Save your money until Davidson's regains their taste and quality. It's not worth the money, and most importantly it's just bland lifeless tea.1How can peppermint tea taste so awful?I really dislike leaving negative reviews, and this is my first one-star review, but this tea tasted and smelled so awful that I have to review it. I'm not sure what kind of tea this is, but it doesn't taste or smell like peppermint tea. Peppermint tea typically has a strong, distinctive, and cool-to-the-mouth taste, but definitely not this tea. If it's peppermint tea, it tastes like it's gone bad and is undrinkable. When I drank it, I literally winced. That's saying a lot because until now, I'd never tasted tea that I found to be undrinkable. I don't want to judge the brand by this one product because I'm sure they have some good quality teas, but this one bag wasn't one of them.1so many twigs!This is my third order of the green tea. I don't know if it was the bottom of the barrel or what. the other 2 where great. it is a great tasting tea for the price. BUT! this bag has so many twigs. out of a tablespoon I pulled out 24.... 24! And that's the whole bag! I've made 3 pots of tea using a tablespoon each time. the first was the worst I pulled an inch long twig out of the very top as soon as I opened it. each time I spend so long picking through it because I don't want to drink anything from weeds or whatever it is (probably just tea stems). Now I'm not even drinking tea because I don't want to deal with it. I can't return it because I ordered it before the last bag was out and the time has lapsed. I won't buy it again. This is ridiculous!1The first bag I received was very good and truly was what one would consider gunpowder green ...This purchase was a reorder. The first bag I received was very good and truly was what one would consider gunpowder green tea. It was much more similar to the first picture that I posted with this review. Gunpowder green tea is supposed to be composed of the leaves rolled up into a small pellet such as shown in the first picture.The latest bag I received was totally NOT gunpowder green tea. Just a bunch of particles and stems with very, very few actual tea leaves. I don't know what happened between when I ordered the first bag and this one but it seems quality has gone downhill.I can no longer recommend this brand of tea.1Lovely.I'm such a tea snob, and I was so desperate for a decent Assam that I could get in bulk that wasn't super expensive. I'm willing to spend quite a bit for good, high grade teas, but I needed an every day black tea that I enjoyed and could still suck up a six cup pot of every morning and also be able to pay my rent.I don't usually do blends, but I find that if you can search out a quality Irish Breakfast you end up coming across some that use a nice balanced blend of Assams that turn out pretty satisfying. This Irish Breakfast is one of those.I was really, really pleasantly surprised with it. It's bold, malty, fragrant. Every time I open the tin I stick my face in it and just sniff. I know I'm a weirdo, but I can't help it. And the leaves after it's brewed, ugh. I sit there with the infuser and meditate over the steam for a few minutes. I then make my husband sniff it even though he's a coffee drinker with no real discernment in this area, but he humors me because he knows that I'm slightly insane and if he doesn't I'll follow him around the house going, "But just smell it! How is that not the best smell?! Smell it!" until he does. He loves me anyway.Happy gal, satisfied tea snob. Came back to order another two pounds of Irish Breakfast and a couple of oolongs and a Sencha, again for everyday. They haven't come in just yet, but I'm feeling pretty optimistic about it. Hoorah.5Rodent fecesI found rat feces in mine, just one large "pellet" but that's one too many. I just threw it out and wont order anymore. Theres no point in making a big fuss about it, since rodent feces makes its way into all our grains and cereal, but it is usually ground up and easier to ignore. It is what it is.1Sticks in teaWas not very good tea at first. I was getting a really odd flavor and thought I was brewing it wrong. I tried many different ways to brew it until I actually looked at the tea and noticed a ton of sticks (more than just the stems of the leaf). I've never seen sticks in my loose leaf before so I took the time to pour it all out and sort out the sticks. Tea now tastes closer like green tea should. They need to improve their quality control. Will not be reordering.1"*Special*" tea - for newbie tea drinkers only.I'm a terribly fussy tea drinker and alas it must be just so or else. So mail order tea is a real risk even with a gazillion 5 star reviews.It tastes like stong tea that has been washed then pre-brewed.What is washing?You want to wash your tea if it is dirty. Or loaded with insects. Aka, just picked and then dried. Completely natural and unprocessed. Toss the tea leaves into a bowl of water, swish and pour off the water. Brew normally or....Pre-brewYou want to do a fast pre-brew to your tea if you want a quick and dirty way to lower the caffeine in the tea. Pour hot water over the tea and let sit for 10 - 30 seconds. Then toss the water and brew as usual. The caffeine soaks out faster than the flavor. Mostly. You lose the most aggressive flavors from the tea and that element of the tea that makes your throat scratchy. It makes a cheap tea *seem* closer to a high end tea only missing some of the most interesting bright flavors. Use at least 50% more leaves if you do this because the regular amount will taste weak. The high end teas are naturally less harsh and don't affect your throat but have strong, bright flavors. It is a desecration to pre-brew a high end tea.There has been a rash of companies "cleaning up" their tea. David's Tea is one and now Davidson's. Every single tea I tried at David's Tea was like this tea (I went to a tasting - totally lost count of how many tea's I tasted). Of course, I have I dunno how many of my own teas. With a little experimentation, I found I could duplicate the flavor with highly aggressive washing/prebrewing using the strongest, harshest teas. In fact, you NEED strong, harsh (and yes cheap) teas otherwise there is no flavor left. Why wouldn't you do this to a strong but excellent tea? Because, you can sell it for an even higher price to addicted tea drinkers.And the price of these "special" teas? Thru the roof.What do I think? It's probably cheap strong tea, heavily washed/prebrewed then the price jacked up beyond belief.Smoothing out the taste of the tea is trivial. But inexperienced tea drinkers don't know this. These companies are targeting newbies and their wallets. They compare their product with high end teas - focusing on the smoothness NOT the taste. Because it tastes washed out and missing all the bright top notes. They know an inexperienced tea drinker won't pay $200 per pound for a high end tea therefore it's a safe comparison. The inexperienced drinkers first reaction is "how smooth" instead of "Half the flavor notes are missing, I can't even tell this is an oolong. Why is this so smooth? It's too inexpensive to be this smooth naturally. Oh, no."Recommendation: Go to a top notch tea shop that carries lots of Asian teas and do a tasting. Ask the shop owners about David's Tea and Davidson's - bring a sample if you have it. Ask them to duplicate the flavor. Or try it at home with two bags of Lipton instead of one.P. S. Tea leaves make great compost.2Mostly positive.I wish each flavor could be reviewed and rated separately. So far I've loved nearly all of the ones I've ordered, but a few stand out as being not up to par with the rest.Sun, Moon, & Stars - Unfortunately this blend is just awful. The oolong overpowers everything, and that's partly because oolong preparation is different from other teas. Oolong is supposed to be pre-soaked to rid it of the musty smell before steeping it for tea. Since it's blended with the much gentler green and jasmine teas, presoaking also removes much of their flavor, especially the jasmine blossom scent.Pumpkin Spice - Tastes very meh when made with water, but the flavors seem like they might work well with milk, so I intend to try that before saying this blend is bad.Orange Spice - Delicious, but VERY pungent. If you want a strong cinnamon tea with notes of other holiday flavors, this is great.Cinnamon Apple - Mild cinnamon flavor, very little fruit flavor. Good, but not great.Earl Grey Red - Very strong earl grey flavor, quite lovely.English Breakfast - A nice strong black tea, exactly as you'd expect. Slightly musty flavor though, but nothing bad. I'm used to Bigelow and Twinning variety which lack that mustiness, but all told I prefer Davidson's because the overall flavor is nicer.Peppermint - Yup, it's peppermint. Clean, refreshing and cool; as it should be.Chamomile - Wonderful sweet honey tones without any sugar needed. Perfect!Spring Fruit & Flowers - My absolute favorite so far. It's exactly what the name suggests, a lightly floral and strong fruity flavor.4Red Vanilla Rooibos Tea - incorrect product issue appears to have been fixed as of 4/17/2017I have been ordering this product for years from both Amazon and directly from Davidson's and it's wonderful and delicious however starting my my July 2016 Subscribe and Save shipment, the product is totally different and substandard. After receiving the bad shipment I contacted Amazon and received a refund and I notified Amazon that I was concerned about the quality and the appearance was totally different than normal. I then placed an order directly with Davidson's and the tea was the same as it always is, deep red rooibos with a wonderful vanilla flavor. I just received my Subscribe and Save order for August and it is again a totally different product that I received, and it looks pale and green and white, nothing like rooibos tea. Until this bad batch in Amazon's inventory is replaced, I would highly recommend not ordering it, although I'm not really sure how one can know when that has been done. Buyer beware, and before you think that you hate this tea, you might want to buy it direct to find out what it's really supposed to taste like.**Update 4/17/2017: I just ordered this product again and got the correct tea, so this problem has apparently been fixed now.**4
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