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[Davids Tea] Davids Tea Loose leaf tea sale-40% off 300g

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[OP]
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May 5, 2017
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[Davids Tea] Davids Tea Loose leaf tea sale-40% off 300g

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Hi tea lovers,

Davids Tea online is having a really sweet sale:
20% off 200g, or 40% off 300g. 40% off deal is definitely even better deal since you only need to buy extra 100g to get double discount.

Free shipping over $50, and 3 free tea samples with every order. :)
Always up for deals...
26 replies
Jr. Member
Nov 8, 2005
124 posts
28 upvotes
Thanks OP - Time to load up on my summer iced teas. :)
Jr. Member
Nov 8, 2005
124 posts
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kjmckenz wrote:
May 17th, 2017 8:50 am
Thanks OP - Time to load up on my summer iced teas. :)
I didn't know this about larger orders, but I also got a 100g metal tin to go with my tea purchase. ^_^
Added bonus in my eyes considering I never had a reason to order online before. :)
Member
Aug 27, 2009
280 posts
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Casual wrote:
May 17th, 2017 10:32 am
MATCHA GET MATCHA TEA
Crap, will try it next time. Went with Cold 911 and throat rescue.
65$ poorer
Newbie
Nov 17, 2007
91 posts
15 upvotes
Toronto
Serious Eats recommends either white, green, or oolong for their cold brew iced tea. I like green as it has a cleaner taste than oolong and the white tea is just too expensive. Rather than from David's, I get my teas from Amazon. Vadham teas by the pound are cheaper than any of the David's even with the discount. Numi organic green tea is only around $20/lb.

Secret of great iced tea is cold brewing: 1Tbs/quart of water. 5 or so hours in the refrigerator then strain. I do use loose tea - better quality, better steeping, best price.
Newbie
Feb 23, 2016
36 posts
4 upvotes
Casual wrote:
May 17th, 2017 10:32 am
MATCHA GET MATCHA TEA
Which Matcha is the best? They have so many variations!
Sr. Member
Jul 8, 2009
847 posts
216 upvotes
Newmarket
such a large selection.....any recommendations? thanks!
Jr. Member
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Dec 9, 2014
183 posts
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calgaryholmes wrote:
May 17th, 2017 12:01 pm
What are the better teas for Ice Tea?
In my experience, an iced green tea tastes proportionally as good as it would if it was freshly hot-brewed. This is less true if you add sugar as it really masks the tea's flavors. Just make sure you're buying straight tea leaves and not those weird mixes with fruits, nuts, herbs and whatnot that a DavidsTea rep managed to push onto my mother.

These are the ones I'd try if I were you:
https://www.davidstea.com/ca_en/our-tea ... dragonwell
https://www.davidstea.com/ca_en/our-tea ... a-ashikubo
https://www.davidstea.com/ca_en/our-tea ... -yamashiro
https://www.davidstea.com/ca_en/our-tea ... ese-sencha

That last one is some nondescript form of sencha which is a great all-around (and probably the most popular) green tea. This one is also quite cheap so I'd go for that were I in your shoes.

If the teas from Davids ever get you hooked, I'd recommend TeaSante or Camellia Sinensis as the next step up; they provide (and usually don't lie about) their sourcing and have much fresher products though of course you can also import the stuff yourself.

glhf
Newbie
Jan 4, 2016
52 posts
86 upvotes
Langley
If one wants to order but the selection is too great they do list their top 12 here.

Cream of Earl Grey is my favorite. Well... except for jasmine pearl but those are prohibitively expensive.
Sr. Member
Sep 14, 2015
913 posts
400 upvotes
Mont-Royal, QC
That's a pretty sweet deal.
Saw David's tea gift cards on sale somewhere, can't remember.

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