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[Davids Tea] Organic Gyokuro Yamashiro - Stacking discounts (up to 30% Off) - Could be one of the Best Green Teas on the Planet !

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[Davids Tea] Organic Gyokuro Yamashiro - Stacking discounts (up to 30% Off) - Could be one of the Best Green Teas on the Planet !

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I just received my David's Tea Organic Gyokuro Yamashiro and I am VERY impressed. I am a big fan of Gyokuro and this is one of the best.

https://www.davidstea.com/ca_en/tea/org ... 04069.html
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The Tea is shade grown, of the highest quality and I brew it with 60C water for 3 minutes. You can get 2 or 3 brews and the Tea leaves are so delicate you can actually eat the Tea leaves at the end.

Notes:

- You can get a 10% coupon by signing up to their Emails and you get it on your Browser (You Don't have to check your email.)
- Some people have called David's Tea to ask for a 20% promotional coupon (including myself) with success but it does NOT appear to stack with the other discounts.
- The Stacking discounts apply to Other Teas but not the ones on sale : https://www.davidstea.com/ca_en/sale/


Pricing:

50g (No Stack)
Reg: 22.98
With 10% discount 20.68

(...)

250g (Coupon Stacking)
Reg: 114.90
With 10% discount 103.41
With 10% stacking discount 93.05

(...)

500g (Coupon Stacking)
Reg: 229.80
With 10% discount 206.82
With 15% stacking discount 175.70

(...)

1KG (Coupon Stacking)
Reg: 469.60
With 10% discount 422.64
With 15% stacking discount 330.80


Pictures:

(Please note that I brewed a bit weak (5G of Tea for 12 Oz of water))
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Here are a few 10% Codes:

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Enjoy !
Last edited by IslandDeal on Jan 14th, 2021 1:45 am, edited 3 times in total.
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Thanks OP! Used the 4DPBB6MR3W code as well!
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Thanks OP! I used 4CXVK5Q7BB
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Thanks OP. I hate the green stuff as I'm more into black tea and fine coffee. But used the 10% code on loads of already 50% off herbal flavoured teas. Pretty good sippers before bed due to the sweeteners like apple pieces and such that Davids puts in them, unlike most pure herbal teas that taste like dishrag water
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The "Buy 200G get 50G free" promo seems to stack with the 10% promo and with the 50% discount semi-annual sale :
https://www.davidstea.com/ca_en/sale/shop-all-sale/

I have tried the BUZZ and it's AMAZING for breakfast. (If you like MATE and Ginger)

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Notes:
- I don't agree with David Tea's "low caffeine" designation
- My batch (1 week ago) was a bit dry but I find that dry Mate is not a problem, compared to Black or Green Tea.
- After my first sip, I immediately wished I had purchased more.

Pictures: (It's a bit late to brew some but I was tempted.


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50g for 20$ I wish it wasn’t tea ... lol !

Good find
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IslandDeal wrote: I just received my David's Tea Organic Gyokuro Yamashiro and I am VERY impressed. I am a big fan of Gyokuro and this is one of the best.

https://www.davidstea.com/ca_en/tea/org ... 04069.html

61L+JvIakqL._SL1201_.jpg



The Tea is shade grown, of the highest quality and I brew it with 60C water for 3 minutes. You can get 2 or 3 brews and the Tea leaves are so delicate you can actually eat the Tea leaves at the end.

Notes:

- You can get a 10% coupon by signing up to their Emails and you get it on your Browser (You Don't have to check your email.)
- Some people have called David's Tea to ask for a 20% promotional coupon (including myself) with success but it does NOT appear to stack with the other discounts.
- The Stacking discounts apply to Other Teas but not the ones on sale : https://www.davidstea.com/ca_en/sale/


Pricing:

50g (No Stack)
Reg: 22.98
With 10% discount 20.68

(...)

250g (Coupon Stacking)
Reg: 114.90
With 10% discount 103.41
With 10% stacking discount 93.05

(...)

500g (Coupon Stacking)
Reg: 229.80
With 10% discount 206.82
With 15% stacking discount 175.70

(...)

1KG (Coupon Stacking)
Reg: 469.60
With 10% discount 422.64
With 15% stacking discount 330.80


Pictures:

(Please note that I brewed a bit weak (5G of Tea for 12 Oz of water))

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Here are a few 10% Codes:

223PNW5QLR
4MS2PBVRZK
4CL9FDLVPS
47ZKP5SN6W


Enjoy !
Any ideas on how it compares to the Ippoen, Kanro and Tenka-ichi from Ippodo Tea?
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I have a gift card if anyone wants it at a discount ..
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That's not matcha so it can't be the best green tea.
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Casual wrote: That's not matcha so it can't be the best green tea.
High quality matcha is usually made from this kind of shaded green tea.
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After digging, some mixed reviews. I might take the plunge and order 50g to do a side-by-side against Ippodo Kanro (my baseline) and Camellia Sinensis' Gyokuro Shuin.
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unshavenyak wrote: Any ideas on how it compares to the Ippoen, Kanro and Tenka-ichi from Ippodo Tea?
I've only ever had 1 real Gyokuro and it was in a small tea shop in Japan:

Hongyokuro

https://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_ ... Kanto.html


I would say the Hongyokuro is a bit more "soupy" and thick.

I did buy a Gyokuro Tea from a Japanese market and it was a Blend of Sencha and probably very little Gyokuro. It was OK but not great.
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I am gonna call BS on this one.
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WeimarRepublic wrote: How much better is this compared to regular red rose tea?
Red rose is "Utility Grade" black tea. It's usually "powder" so the quality is not great.

Gyokuro is a special kind of Sencha Green Tea, it's shade grown and usually hand picked. It's so good you can actually eat it after brewing.

As Kimwoobingsu mentioned, the most expensive Matcha Teas are made with Gyokuru.

Here's an example of one of the best Matcha's out there:


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https://www.davidstea.com/us_en/tea/cer ... 0US01.html
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As I think David's has its place for flavored teas, I have difficulties believing it has quality tea.

The best place for quality teas is camelia sinensis. No question about it. The owners are fans and go talk to the cultivators etc. To get the best teas.

For the tread mather, cs organic gyokuro is cheaper and I would bet its of better quality. I have tried about 4 other teas vendors, and none came up to camelia sinensis' quality. Never tried David's as their buisness model cannot bring quality teas imho: big corp with big buisness expansion in mind needs to buy cheap and sell high. I might be wrong though.

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source= ... ypIAvCtaQb_

They have some of the best organic made in and some 100% produced in Québec tisane too. Or you can buy their tisane direct from the producers at

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source= ... fQ9vLh2iUx
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spoutti wrote: As I think David's has its place for flavored teas, I have difficulties believing it has quality tea.

The best place for quality teas is camelia sinensis. No question about it. The owners are fans and go talk to the cultivators etc. To get the best teas.

For the tread mather, cs organic gyokuro is cheaper and I would bet its of better quality. I have tried about 4 other teas vendors, and none came up to camelia sinensis' quality. Never tried David's as their buisness model cannot bring quality teas imho: big corp with big buisness expansion in mind needs to buy cheap and sell high. I might be wrong though.

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source= ... ypIAvCtaQb_

They have some of the best organic made in and some 100% produced in Québec tisane too. Or you can buy their tisane direct from the producers at

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source= ... fQ9vLh2iUx
I love CS. They are really great guys who make notes of your orders over time and send you samples that they think you would enjoy.
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spoutti wrote: As I think David's has its place for flavored teas, I have difficulties believing it has quality tea.
I think David’s is like the big box store of the tea world. It’s convenient and marketed to the the masses. That’s not to say their products are necessarily bad, because I’m convinced that many tea companies are just buying their teas, even some of the blends, from the same people.


Case in point (using a blend because it’s really easy to see how similar everything is)

Cream of earl grey (David’s)-https://www.davidstea.com/ca_en/tea/org ... 03961.html

Cream earl grey moonlight (Tealyra)
https://www.tealyra.ca/loose-tea/black- ... /?r=from-1

I have tasted both and they are identical. Which makes me believe that all of these are also the same

https://www.genuinetea.ca/products/ceyl ... -earl-grey

https://www.shantitea.ca/sthome/product ... -earl-grey

https://cupofte.ca/products/cream-of-earl-grey
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IslandDeal wrote: The "Buy 200G get 50G free" promo seems to stack with the 10% promo and with the 50% discount semi-annual sale :
https://www.davidstea.com/ca_en/sale/shop-all-sale/

I have tried the BUZZ and it's AMAZING for breakfast. (If you like MATE and Ginger)

Image


Notes:
- I don't agree with David Tea's "low caffeine" designation
- My batch (1 week ago) was a bit dry but I find that dry Mate is not a problem, compared to Black or Green Tea.
- After my first sip, I immediately wished I had purchased more.

Pictures: (It's a bit late to brew some but I was tempted.



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You mean, you think their low caffeine teas should be rated as higher? Just curious.

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