Davidson’s Tea Bulk, Organic Spring Fruit & Flowers, 16-Ounce Bag

December 20, 2013 - Comment

A fresh caffeine-free blend of spring fruits and flowers with a light berry flavor, representing the first pink roses, vibrant magenta hibiscus, blue and white cornflowers and the most subtle berry flavors, in a base of pure organic green rooibos, sprinkled with dried blueberries. Product Features A pack of 16-Ounce Bag USDA Certified Organic Caffeine-free

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A fresh caffeine-free blend of spring fruits and flowers with a light berry flavor, representing the first pink roses, vibrant magenta hibiscus, blue and white cornflowers and the most subtle berry flavors, in a base of pure organic green rooibos, sprinkled with dried blueberries.

Product Features

  • A pack of 16-Ounce Bag
  • USDA Certified Organic
  • Caffeine-free
  • 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

Aaron702 says:

Great smelling, but you’d better like hibiscus NOTE: Other reviewers are stating that their recent purchases (since January 2013, it would appear) are now coming with cinnamon. The following review is from the prior version. We expect our next bag to arrive in two months and I expect to revise this at that time. Please accept my apologies if you were misled by the following review.My wife loves this tea. She even eats it (the blueberries are definitely edible and sweet), but she grew up drinking hibiscus tea all the time…

Zathras1974 says:

Mmmmm I approached this tea with a LOT of trepidation. I had ordered two other bags of bulk tea from Davidson’s, and disliked each one. Never the less, I figured I would give Davidson’s one last go. I’m glad I did.As the other reviewer mentioned, the dried tea is visually appealing, light blue flakes contrast sharply with the deep purple of the rest of the tea. The resulting tea infusion is a rich purple (think McD’s Grimace purple). If you brew in a clear container, this tea will most…

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