Neist wrote:Glad to see more people are doing this.
I honestly worry a bit about the potential hazards of contaminants in my tea.
When I drink a tea that bothers my stomach much the first thing I think of is 'were there pesticides in that tea'? I have never bought a tea like that from Yunnan Sourcing but have gotten a couple from Ebay like that. I do not know if the tea leaves are washed before being dried and processed into tea but I would hope so. I too am glad that Scott would test for pesticides. All tea makers should be required to do this, it would be a common sense law.