Every Day Green

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Plucked from a family-owned organic tea garden in the Suizhou prefecture, this classic Chinese green tea is a daily ritual you’re going to love. It’s fresh, energizing and super easy to drink – perfect for tea newbies and connoisseurs alike. Packed with all the natural feel-good benefits green tea has to offer, this pure leaf blend is a delicious way to wake up in the morning.

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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.

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5118 tasting notes

Was craaaavving a green tea after an asian meal of some sort one day; this fit the bill perfectly, although I oversteeped it (of course. I feel like I’ve said that in approximately every second review I’ve written. I badly need a tiny timer in my tea area that takes no effort to start.)


Yep, phones have timer apps built in, but for some reason that’s just too much effort for me. I totally get it!

Roswell Strange

I have a little digital timer that I can type in the time I want (by the minute) that I just have to press start on – then after my time period it keeps beeping until I turn it off; makes it hard to ignore. Sometimes I also use the timer on my oven…


@AJRimmer – on rare occasion, I use my phone timer, but I frequently don’t have my phone right there so yeah, too much effort!

@Roswell Strange – yes, that’s what I need, a little digital timer right in my tea area. No fuss. Our microwave is nearby and also has a timer, but that’s also too much effort for me. I am truly lazy when it comes to this, but it would probably result in so much better outcomes!

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11820 tasting notes

(The last Lunar New Year tea…)

Ok, before I launch into my typical green tea critical-ness – let me just say that I think the name of this tea was a stroke of genius from the DT team! “Daily Drinker” and “Every Day” teas are something that we throw around all the time in the ‘Tea Community’ as terms to refer to tea so I think this is a really nice call out to some of the tea drinkers who are maybe a bit more seasoned when it comes to tea drinking – especially to manage expectations in terms of what the tea is going to taste like.

At the same time, there’s a large portion of customers who come to DT looking for Straight Green Tea who don’t know all the different styles/varietals and just want something simple and approachable and that’s exactly what this name conveys! It’s far less intimidating for those tea drinkers than looking up at the tea wall and seeing something like “Gyokuro Yamashiro”. So, I think it works REALLY WELL as a name for both of those different ‘types’ of tea drinkers…

As for the tea itself!? Well, I do think it’s a really nice production of green tea – I’m just not a huge green tea person and so it’s really not for me at all. I should definitely try it again though just to give it a super fair shake since I basically had already decided what I was going to think of it before even having my first sip of it. Oops. It’s crisp and fresh though, and really vegetal. Not bitter/astringent though! Just smooth and clean. I think I could like it, if I drank it in the right mood/mindset. I’m just not going to buy any in the hope that happens, though…

I think I’m at a point where I’ve found a couple straight greens for DT that I liked and for the time being I’m just REALLY content with drinking those ones exclusively and not putting much energy in exploring any of DTs other greens for the time being.

Friendly reminder that I do not numerically rate DAVIDsTEA blends as I’m currently employed there and it would be an obvious conflict of interest. Any blends you see with numerical ratings were rated prior to my employment there. These reviews are a reflection of my personal thoughts regarding the teas, and not the company’s.


Haha, I totally agree with your assessment. I like (fresh, vegetal, etc.) greens, so I like this tea, and the choice of name + tea is clever for marketing. The tea seems forgiving (unlike gyokuro yamashiro, IIRC!), and highlights the qualities of fresh green teas – that many consumers likely haven’t tasted.

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