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Spring forward
It may be spring, but there’s no harm in dreaming of summer. This green tea has everything you need. Thirst-quenching orange zest. Luscious cocoa nibs. White chocolate crumbles. Sweet stevia leaf. One sip and you’ll find yourself thinking of green grass, summer romance and creamy, orange popsicles. Especially if you let it cool and freeze it in popsicle molds.

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DavidsTea is a Canadian specialty tea and tea accessory retailer based in Montreal, Quebec. It is the largest Canadian-based specialty tea boutique in the country, with its first store having opened in 2008.

31 Tasting Notes

658 tasting notes

Dry, the scent of the white chocolate comes through really strong. It definitely does have a confectionery vibe to it. When steeped, the fruitiness is coming through more.

Sippin’-wise, the citrus, creaminess, and green tea are all featured and nicely balanced. It’s reminding me of Elf Help a little, I think! With added creaminess. This is a nice, smooth, flavourful, fruity-but-not-sickly-sweet tea. I find DavidsTea is good at making fruity green teas that I don’t find sickening artificial or sweet tasting.

185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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94 tasting notes

Iced tonight. And all I can say is YUCK. Not going to have this one again. UGH. For some reason this tea just puts my teeth on edge. Oh well. It sounded like a good tea.

Ashley Bain

I just heard last night that this was the only BAD David’s tea.


There have been a couple I haven’t liked but this was the worst.

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1473 tasting notes

Made some of this last night and poured it into popsicle molds…mmmm. Very, very tasty. A bit weak, but delicious. We will definitely be making loads of tea popsicles this summer.


Oh, what a great idea!


That is a great idea!


Wish I could take credit, but it was all DavidsTea’s idea. .

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41 tasting notes

I got a little sample of this from an online order of DavidsTea. Since it’s hailing outside and the sky is dark and angry, I decided I could use a little dreamsicle magic this morning.

The smell of the tea is spot on like an orange creamsicle. I’m not a huge fan of those, but the smell of the chocolate and orange in the dry mix was really cheering me up. I used the whole sample tin, which was maybe closer to 2 tsp, but I chose an extra large mug to steep it in.

The taste is definitely more orange as others have said, with a bit of a green tea background and some sweet white chocolatey after taste. As the tea cools, the creamsicle taste really comes through in an extra creamy way, but the green tea taste has completely disappeared. Overall, it’s a nice treat, but it’s quite sweet. I don’t know if this is something I would have every day or if I would actually go and buy some, but the popsicle mould idea definitely intrigues me…

195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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83 tasting notes

-Review for the hot tea, NOT iced.
-Try it as a popsicle, not as a hot drink.

Balance : Really bad.
Special characteristic : You can make popsicle with it!
Worth the taste : 7.50$ for 50g, not really…

Full taste :
1. The white chocolate creaminess.
2. A LOTS of orange flavor.

That’s it.
The smell is awesome, but not the taste.

Overall : When you taste this tea HOT, the taste won’t come. Try it as a popsicle, not as a hot drink.

180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 15 sec

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1759 tasting notes

This tea is yum!!
It really tastes like an orange creamsicle. In fact I think it may be a little TOO sweet for me. The stevia overpowers the orange somewhat.
I also don’t get the usual scratchiness that I often find with green teas, nor the jittery caffeine buzzzzzzzzz, which is great for me.
One word of advice though, and I am sure it’s already obvious… but don’t buy this tea for the Green factor. I don’t get “green tea” from it at all. No top notes, no finish… the only green thing about it is in the name. A very simple flavour if you ask me. (and I love complex teas, just sayin’)
Would I buy it again? Maybe-but not for the purpose of tea drinking. I may save it for when the weather warms up and make ice cubes or popsicles… which would be a refreshing treat and diabetic friendly (not me, but I have family that is). OR… how about in a martini? yes I think that would be fun, assuming the alcohol doesn’t interact oddly with the stevia.
So for that purpose… maybe I would buy it again- but I wouldn’t be heartbroken if they discontinued this one either.
A mixed review, but then I have mixed feelings about it to!

185 °F / 85 °C 6 min, 0 sec

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33 tasting notes

I’m a huge fan of David’s Tea and was extremely excited to find this delicious sounding tea in the Spring Collection. I walked past the store today, and decided to grab a cup of this. Unfortunately, I was extremely disappointed. This is one of the worst teas that I have ever tried. Trust me, I tried very hard to enjoy this one with every passing sip – but I could not get past the flavours that did not seem to mix well. What was left was a sour, almost medicinal taste. It smelled GREAT, so when I had a sip, and it tasted like cough syrup, you can imagine my disappointment. I don’t even know how to explain the flavours that came through – it tasted like orange fruit gone bad. I didn’t even notice any chocolate in it. Hopefully the other teas in the Spring collection won’t let me down!

Leesa P

i totally agree with you. it was gross. i’m just glad i didn’t buy more than i did.

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14 tasting notes

Maybe this tea just isn’t for me. Much healthier than I was the last time I tasted it, I decided to make a pitcher of iced tea instead of drinking it hot. The smell in the package is nice but there’s something overwhelmingly sweet that just does not tickle my tastebuds. Anyway, I mixed it up and let it chill for a few hours. The taste cold is much the same experience as it was hot although the flavors aren’t so overwhelming and sickening as the last time I tried. I like the orange zest, it’s very refreshing, but I can’t get past the white chocolate. Fortunately, it doesn’t totally ruin the cold drink for me like it did the hot but I don’t think I’d pick this one off the shelf. I probably wouldn’t have tried it if it didn’t come in the spring collection. I might add a lemon wedge to try to counter the overpowering sweetness of the white chocolate but I don’t really think that’s going to save this tea for me. Glad to be done with it.
EDIT: I see another reveiwer mentioned a buttery taste. UGH BUTTER. That is exactly what is setting me off, that sickening buttery taste. So. Gross.

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142 tasting notes

This tea smells amazing! Just like a creamsicle! As it steeps I get more orange scents, actually it kind of smells like orange skittles taste. you definitely need to like orange for this tea.

the liquid is an orangy color which i think is appropriate, Wow the taste is all about the orange, it the first thing that hits you then you get the creaminess of the chocolate and then a slight hit of bitter there at the end, definitely sweet.

final verdict: Good tea but it smells better than it tastes.

185 °F / 85 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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1184 tasting notes

I liked this tea. I am not particularly a fan of green tea, but this one was good. It tasted like an orange creamiscle.
I wish that I would have known about icing or cold-brewing tea when I owned this tea because I think it would have been wonderful cold.

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