* NEW - Haathi Himalayan Green (Loose Leaf)

Price: From $9.50 to $27.00
Organic Status: Organic Certified
Caffeine Status: Contains Caffeine

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Davidson's Haathi (the Hindi word for "elephant") Himalayan Green is a refreshing, antioxidant-rich green tea.


A light flavor profile with a crisp finish.


Davidson’s organic green tea in this blend comes from our Certified Elephant Friendly™ tea estate, Putharjhora, located in the Dooars region (in the low foothills of the Darjeeling Himalayan region), West Bengal, India. South of the Himalayan peaks and north of the Brahmaputra River basin, the Dooars region is known for its tropical evergreen forests and diversity of wildlife. The Laite and Runjhun rivers run through the tea garden, and are visited by elephant herds regularly, along with wild boar, peacocks, snakes, monkeys, and many species of birds. Putharjhora holds the following certifications: Elephant Friendly™, Fair Trade, USDA Organic, Demeter Biodynamic, and is a member of the Ethical Tea Partnership.


Organic green tea.


  1. Bring fresh, filtered water just short of the boiling point.
  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 2-3 minutes.
  5. Strain tea leaves, or take out the infuser.
  6. Sip and enjoy Davidson’s organic tea.


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The green version of its tasty white cousin
Anonymous (Minnesota) 3/2/2024 8:20 AM
My favorite is the White Himalayan, but this one is just as tasty. It's kind of like the white is a stew and this is its soup version. Still has the smoky, fruity notes like the white, but one can tell it's a green tea, instead. Good stuff!