Umm…yummy delicious amazing. I loved this I am so happy to have had the opportunity to try this, as I was one of the 10 winners. The best part is how long the flavor lingers past the sip and sollow. Even my 3 yr old daughter loved. She has a very sophisticated pallete. Don’t worry she only had a touch. I would recommend this to everyone.. Did I mention it has a sweetness that appears a minute or two after you drink it. Amazing! Thank you DoMatcha!
426 Tasting Notes
Wow this tea was an amazing scentual experience from the time I opened the sample packaging. At first when black it was a little lacking I would have to say thin. It needed more body so I decided to add milk and sugar and on my first sip it was still just okay. Then on my next sip a little better, then again and again I drank this tea and it truly grew on me almost immediately. Fantastic, it reminds me of “Rose Milk” a drink I used to drink as a child. Such wonderful memories came to mind and I was almost immediately wisked away to India. Beautiful indeed. I do wish the rose was just a little stronger. I will drink this again. :o)
Me: Not a huge fan of straight mint. I usually like vanilla or cream flavors added. With that said it isn’t bad just strong but it could be how long I brewed it. I decided not to finish it and gave it to my husband.
Husband: I really felt it was a very minty delicious tea. Much better hot not cold. If however it was iced it would need sweetener. Otherwise delicious and would definitely drink it again and again.
Ah it was ok. Nothing seriously huge about this one or as it is “nothing to write home about” May have to try it again to make sure. It was sorta grassy/earthy but like I said no “Wow” factor here.
Okay so this one I saw while at Barnes and Noble and thought I wonder what everyone else that tried this tea felt about it on Steepster? So I jumped onto the Steepster website on my iPad and it seems people really liked it, so bought it. So what did I think you say?
Yummy, it actually tastes a little spicy like a Thai tea would taste I tasted the Ginger the most. The coconut was very much on the backend and it was very faint.
Moral of the story… I love Steepster and my iPad (haha) they helped me make a delicious decision. :-)
Not bad, very sophisticated rich flavor profile. Very earthy you can taste the age if that is even possible. It is very tasty. The cinnamon and cardamom are bold but not enough to take over the tea. I made this black but will try it with milk and sugar another time and will report back. I so however wish there was a bit of a stronger presence of the spices.
Yummy, getting flash backs from when I was a kid. I prepared this one in the traditional Indian way. Which means I made it on the stove with milk and sugar or as my mamma does. :-). It is full of body the spices are balanced well. It detected a very tiny amount of pepper taste. Literally a bitty bit. Great when you’re trying to warm up or just need that cozy feeling.
Sweet but not overly. Didn’t really taste a lot of Jasmine, I wish there was more of a presence. I did notice a white grape sorta taste to this. Ok but could be better.
Yummy smooth and sweet. It delivers what it promises. Silky sweet sugar and caramel.
This one is rich and creamy vanilla and mint in just the right amounts. It tastes great hot and iced. I have had this one about 3 times and it truly is a quality tea. Yum!
Beautiful pearls even made a crackling sound during steeping. Almost didn’t want to cover the tea so I could here the sound. Light and delicate jasmine flavor. To me it feels so peaceful and brought in a little light in an otherwise dreary day.
This one is very light and the fruit has a tartness to it. I don’t get a pina colada flavor in it at all. Funny it does taste alright with a Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwich. Even brings a touch of a floral note to the tea.
its a gloomy rainy day in Chicago so what better time then now to cozy up on the couch and drink some tea. This tea is a nice solid blend, nicely balanced. I’d have to say it is a rich black with the tiniest hint of cinnamon. Mostly a full body black.
Well, this tea seems balanced but then I keep taking more sips to make sure and then all of the sudden I taste the apple then I don’t. Next, I taste almond but never gingerbread. Slightly bitter but not enough to keep me from drinking more. It is the color of copper rust and I will say it is all around ok and a bit confusing.
Delicious mild, grassy, and vegetal. I make this one double strong and ice it. Although it does taste nice hot as well I just much rather prefer it cold and unsweetened. I only really drink this one hot when I am not feeling well.
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What a wonderful vegetal tea. So clean and crisp. I will continue to drink this tea.
A delicious tea! You can really taste the vanilla bean and I will say it adds a decadent creaminess to the tea. It almost creates a silkiness to the mint in the tea. Absolute joy. So far both Golden Moon Teas I have tasted have been fabulous. It looks like I will need to purchase more yummy teas.
OMG!!! I can see why this tea won the award for best iced tea at the Tea Expo. Wow just amazing. The flavor balance was perfect. The coconut had a toasted feel the pouchong had just the right flavor for a match made in heaven. I will have this time and time again.
5-1-10. I just made this tea hot and it is still fantastic. I am in love with this tea.
Deliciously light, slightly roasted in flavor. All around a mild tea.
Not what I expected. The floral aspect of this tea tasted artificial to me. I was looking forward to the rose and I really didn’t even taste it. It was slightly syrupy as well. I may look into brewing this differently and see if I can get to taste better.
The leaves are so cute, thin, small, and black with random brown spots all about. It brewed up well. Tastes smooth with a touch of smokiness. I felt the flavors were perfectly balanced and not at all bitter. I will continue to drink this one time and time again.
Very delicious and even the tea looks authentic with the broken leaves. You can taste all the flavors vividly and as tradition dictates I put in a little cream and sugar. It was divine.
A yummy tea very earthy. You can tell this tea has in fact been aged. I will be drinking more.