Daintree Tea Review

Daintree Tea Review

Over a year ago, my mother-in-law brought back a pack of Daintree Tea from her trip to Australia. I stuck it in the pantry and forgot about it until recently.

Daintree Tea is a black tea grown in the moist, tropical climate of Far North Queensland on the Daintree Plantation — so it says on the packaging. It is not a blend, but a true representation of the environment in which it is grown.

The package contains 50 tea bags. With the tea bag in the mug, I poured boiling water over it and let it steep for three minutes.

Daintree Tea’s aroma is semi-sweet and earthy with a hint of vanilla. For a full-bodied tea, the taste was pleasantly smooth. It certainly is unique among the black teas I’ve sampled. I was left well caffeinated and wanting more.

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Author: Leo Kapusta

Leo enjoys pursuing his interests in writing, web design, yoga, internet marketing, and denim. Of all the useless degrees he holds, he is most proud of his Bachelor of Science in Radio-Television-Film (Mass Communication Sequence) from the University of Texas at Austin.

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