Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Product Review: DAVIDsTEA Spring Collection #sponsor

This sponsored post is written by me on behalf of DAVIDsTEA. All opinions are my own. 

Earlier this month I received - and reviewed - some products from DAVIDsTEA. Click to read my thoughts on their ME to WE line.

To review the DAVIDsTEA's Spring Collection, I received a stainless steel travel mug, a stainless spoon, and three different kinds of tea. It's almost as if they read my mind. My comments about the first package were that there was no real guideline of how much tea to use for each 6 to 8 ounces of water - enter the spoon! - and that I tend to steer clear of plastic - enter the stainless steel mug!

I received three different kinds of tea. With the pink mug and caffeinated tea albeit lightly caffeinated tea, I got to keep everything to myself. Jake doesn't drink caffeine.'s mine. All mine.

I received Monk’s Blend, a delicious and delicate blend inspired by the tea traditions of rural Chinese monks. The legend goes that these monks begged for their tea every morning, receiving only whatever people had on hand. This resulted in an intriguing melange of many different tea types. 

The second tea I received was Fruits of Paradise which includes soupsop blended with coconut, sweet pineapple, green tea and chamomile flowers. It's almost like a warm, comforting piña colada. And the third tea selection was White Nectarine. At its base is the sweet, mellow white Bai Mudan tea with stone fruits and herbaceous blackberry leaves.

I thoroughly enjoyed all the teas. I loved using the measuring spoon for a perfect cup every time. And I was thrilled with my new pink travel mug. Thanks so much!!

About the DAVIDsTEA...founded in 2008 in Toronto, the company's mission is to offer a loose leaf tea experience that is easy and unintimidating. Six years later, DAVIDsTEA has grown to almost 200 stores across Canada and the United States. They offer over 150 types of loose leaf tea, matcha teas, delicious tea blends as well as limited edition seasonal collections, traditional teas and exotic infusions from around the globe.

But I'm happy to have made the acquaintance of DAVIDsTEA and will definitely be exploring their retail site more.

*Disclosure: I received complimentary products from DAVIDsTEA for the creation of this post. This is a sponsored post that contains affiliate links. Although this post is sponsored, all opinions are my own.*

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