Dunsandle Nilgiri (Loose Leaf)


Price: From $7.50 to $20.00
Organic Status: Organic Certified
Caffeine Status: Contains Caffeine

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Description:

Dunsandle Nilgiri (Loose Leaf) is a layered black tea with the essence of the Nilgiri Mountains.


Taste:

Davidson's Dunsandle Nilgiri (Loose Leaf) provides a deep, full-bodied flavor profile.


Origin:



       A majority of Davidson's black teas are sourced from family tea farms in India. During a recent visit, Davidson's co-owner, Kunall Patel, was able to snap this shot of a tea farmer plucking tea leaves.

Ingredients:

Organic black tea.


Brewing:


  1. Bring fresh, filtered water to a boil.
  2. Add 2 grams of tea to a infuser, or straight into an 8-oz. mug.
  3. Pour the heated water into the mug.
  4. Steep for 3-5 minutes.
  5. Strain tea leaves, or take out the infuser.
  6. Sip and enjoy Davidson’s organic tea.

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Product Reviews

(3 Ratings, 3 Reviews) Average Rating:
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Good light tea
Jakub Wrobel (Saint Charles, IL) 12/6/2015 7:22 AM
I expected this tea to have a bit more punch, but it turned out to be lighter in flavor and body than expected. This not to say that this tea is no good; on the contrary, this tea is good. For me, it's no breakfast/early morning tea. That requires a stronger tea. Having had 2 other Nilgiri teas, I was excited to sea Davidson's offering a Nilgiri tea, but it's not what I've come to like about teas from the Nilgiri region.
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not my cup of tea
fp (Spencer, NY) 11/28/2014 9:55 AM
I could never get this tea to brew in a way I particularly like. It's like it's got an identity crisis -- definitely not a robust black, almost leaning toward a lighter oolong or even an almost-green. Probably the sort of thing you'll either love or ...not. Try a sample before you commit!
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An opinion.
Tsuki "Games + Tea = Love" (Ohio) 7/4/2013 10:24 AM
Well I made this tea several times now and I still don't know what to say about it. I guess I should say it's great but it's not my go-to tea. This is because I prefer my loose leaf to be strong enough to withstand two brews. This can be brewed twice, but the second brew is fairly weaker than the first. I drink first and second brew with milk and honey, though second is just a splash of milk. Overall the first pot is great, after that you should probably toss the tea. I just made another pot again to try using more leaves. Being thirsty might have been a motivator too. I made a tighter-packed scoop of tea instead of a normal scoop. This is much stronger and tastier, and the second brew is better but still not enough to say this is a great second brew. Also, apparently this is good straight up or just honey, which is really rare for me to like black or sweet black. I guess this is a 'low' or 'medium' strength tea and I've been treating it like a manly man tea.