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My wife called me the other day from in front of the David’s Tea shop out in Montreal’s west island – I came home from work to find 5 new teas waiting for me. I’ll be posting reviews for the others soon.

Today I had to brave the -17C / -30C with windchill weather to tie down the cover on our balcony that had blown loose. I smartly put on some water to heat before heading outside, and I’m now sipping some lovely white tiger tea while thawing out.

The first taste that hits you is the blueberry – which isn’t bad, since I love blueberry in tea. The pomegranate is much more subtle, but adds nicely to the overall effect.

My only complaint is one I have of most flavoured white teas – the added flavours tend to hide the flavour of the white tea - if given this blind I might think that it was a very nice blueberry herbal.

I might try mixing it 50/50 with a straight up pai mu tan or something, just to see what the effect is.

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JonTea

No way, Thats my favorite david’s tea~!

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JonTea

No way, Thats my favorite david’s tea~!

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My grandmother was British, and so I’ve been drinking tea from a very young age.

I generally prefer loose tea – and have a few mugs and water bottles designed specifically for brewing of loose tea on the go.

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