Davidson’s Tea Bulk, Oothu Black Fop, 16-Ounce Bag

December 17, 2013 - Comment

Bio-dynamically produced South Indian black tea. Balanced and flavorful. Product Features A pack of 16-Ounce Bag USDA Certified Organic and Fair Traded Certified 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)

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(as of November 17, 2017 9:35 pm PST - Details)

Bio-dynamically produced South Indian black tea. Balanced and flavorful.

Product Features

  • A pack of 16-Ounce Bag
  • USDA Certified Organic and Fair Traded Certified
  • 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

Comments

Bob "Tea Drinker" says:

Oothu or NOT Oothu? That is the question! First of all, I love this tea! It’s better than any Ceylon tea I’ve had and is about the only tea I find comparable to a great Keemun. I have subscribed so that I won’t run out.What I question is where it’s from. Oothu is an estate (area) in southern India, not in/on Sri Lanka. This is supposed to be an Indian tea, not a Ceylon tea. Perhaps the seller is categorizing it as a Ceylon TYPE tea? Don’t know. Oothu is a Fair Trade tea so it does make a difference.In any case,…

K. L. Hughes says:

Good rich black tea A very nice rich fair trade organic black that brews without bitterness. Very English with an Irish flair.

Anonymous says:

Nothing special here, although the price should tell you that. I bought this to see how it would compare to the stuff that costs around $17 for a couple of ounces. It doesn’t, and now I’ve got a pound of it to go through. This is better than Lipton, but not as good as the fancy stuff, but that makes it a great value. It still makes a perfectly fine cup of tea, and I won’t feel bad about using it to brew iced tea (which I’d never waste the good stuff on.)Be warned if you’ve never…

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