I was lucky to review samples of Davidson’s Organic Tea for my honest review. After heavy holiday coffees and hot chocolate, a nice cup of tea is a healthy and delicious alternative beverage!
I tried the following teas:
Autumn Fruit & Flowers (Loose Leaf) ($9.67 sampler bag, 40-60 cups) — A festive caffeine-free blend of harvest fruits and flowers with autumn fruit and spice flavors, representing citrus peels, cranberries, apples, cinnamon, cloves and rosehips. Ingredients (* organic): Cranberries*, cinnamon*, apples*, rosehips*, cloves*, lemon peel*, orange peel*, natural flavor & calendula flowers*.
Mango Peach Ice ($6.49 USD) — Mango Peach Ice blends robust organic black tea from South India with a wonderful essence of mango and peach. Contains a total of 8 one-quart brew bags. Each quart-size bag brews appx. 4 cups of iced tea, for a total of 2 gallons.
Spiced Pear Black Tea ($2.95 for 8) — Spiced Pear combines sweet organic cinnamon and pungent cloves with the heady essence of fresh pears. Almost dessert-like in character, this tea is rounded and flavorful, delicious hot or iced. Robust organic black tea perfectly complements the fragrant, subtle flavors of pears and penetrating spices. Ingredients (* organic): Black tea*, cinnamon*, carob*, natural flavor and cloves*.
What I think: I enjoyed all of these teas. My favorite is the Mango Peach Ice Tea. It is so refreshing! I can see myself drinking this during the day. I usually don’t drink soda often, and water gets a little boring. This is tasty and a lot healthier than soda!
The spiced pear is great for cold days. You can really taste the cloves. The Sun, Moon and Stars is a nice change from plain green tea. It’s very smooth.
I thought I’d like the Autumn Fruit & Flowers more than I did. It doesn’t seem like tea to me. It is rehydrated fruit and flowers, which is very different. I will try it a few more times to see what I think.
All in all, I really recommend Davidson’s Organic Teas. They are so good and there are many varieties. Visit http://www.davidsonstea.com and check them out!