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St. Dalfour, Organic, Original Green Tea, 25 Tea Bags, 1.75 oz (50 g)

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شاي أخضر عضوي رائع

4 people found the following review helpful

Posted by 4944596449313139018 on Jan 15, 2014

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يتميز هذا الشاي الأخضر انه عضوي ومغلف بطريقة صحية حيث ان كل كيس مغلف على حده كما ان الخيط مربوط بالمغلف بطريقة فنيه حيث لا يتم استخدام المعدن (دبوس) وهذا بحد ذاته امر صحي ورائع. كما أن طعمه ممتاز وتشعر بأنه طبيعي 100% بدون اي اضافات

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Great Green Tea

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Posted by Reviewer3076159 on Apr 04, 2011

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This tea has a wonderful flavor. Be sure to remove the tea bag after about 2 minutes for the best taste.

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Fab

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Posted by Reviewer3047537 on Apr 25, 2011

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I love this brand. Nice clean flavor and organic too. I used to buy another brand from China but I have problems trusting their organic policies. I Herb has the best prices of this anywhere. Thank you!

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excellent green tea

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Posted by Reviewer1587798 on Apr 18, 2011

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I drank Prince of Peach (taidz pai) for many years, first in China then in the US. When iHerb was sold out, I tried Dalfour, whose fruit preserves I already admired. Turns out to be a fine green tea that does not upset my stomach (as P of P sometimes does). I infuse in warm water (not hot) for 15 minutes or so while I eat my breakfast and drink my orange juice. This is really green tea, not white tea.

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Om nom nom nom nom nom! (Slurp!)

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Posted by KillerBunny on Jun 11, 2013

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That's the sound I make when I drink this stuff, and I'm not really a tea drinker - but it's pretty good. I make it as directed but I let the bag soak for a little longer since I like it a little bitter, I usually tea-bag it a few times - I like tea-bagging - And it really squeezes every last drop of flavor out. I sweeten it with a bit of honey (or stevia if you're some new age mainstream hipster). In summer, I let it cool off and have it with some ice - It makes great iced tea and is very refreshing, it also mixes good with Maker's 46 and a splash of peach schnapps.

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