Gold Kili

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My guy got me this at World Market not too long ago. When I need something sweet, I tend to go for this powdered drink mix. It’s like drinking candy. I know what I am paying for here, and this is no Koicha. (or usucha for that matter.) As for the ginger aspect, it is quite strong. I love ginger in all of it’s forms, and I am not afraid of the intensity of this. The flavor tries it’s best to drown out all trace of ‘tea,’ but to no avail.
For more than 6 oz. of water though, I usually double up the packets. It gets watery too easily.

Flavors: Ginger, Sugar

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drank Ginger Drink by Gold Kili
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Ugh, PMS of doom, complete with nausea. I figured ginger might help, so my sweetie made me a cup of this. It’s sweet and spicy and incredibly potent – it tastes like pure ginger with sugar, which I think it basically is. Usually the back of the throat heat from it is nice, but last night it was a little too much.

Flavors: Ginger, Spicy, Sweet


Saw this just yesterday, and debated getting a bag. Now I’m wishing I did. Have you tried the Ginger Matcha Latte (same company)?


I haven’t seen any of their blends with actual tea in them, unfortunately. The stores around me only carry this and the Honey Ginger Latte, which is delicious.

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drank Ginger Drink by Gold Kili
494 tasting notes

This is sweet and extremely spicy. Super comforting if you’re not feeling well, or just need to warm up.

I had some last night, to help with nausea, which it really did, but this is also just a daily staple in our house.

Flavors: Ginger, Honey, Sweet

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an instant matcha powder, with mixed in sweetener, ginger and milk powder. Can be either served hot or cold. Ginger taste is quite overpowering, besides the fact that the resultant mixture is very green, matcha flavor is not easily discovered. Is rather sweet, reminds me somewhat of condensed milk. I consider this more a sort of warm softdrink rather then tea. I imagine this would be great for a sore throat.

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The taste of this instant tea reminds me of the base for bubble tea. it’s creamy and very sweet (i did not add any milk or sugar), but leaves an oily taste on the tongue. the ‘tea’ doesn’t really come through for me, it’s more of a bitter aftertaste. there are a lot of artificial ingredients in here also, which I’m not a fan of. But I do love bubble tea, and this is a quick and easy substitue if you can’t get out to a bubble tea shop.


i miss bubble tea!

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This tea is not that good for you since it’s a mix, but it’s also not that bad, and it tastes great! Not too sweet, a little bit of body from the milk (especially if you mix it with less water than it says to, like I do), and a good strong almost-real tea taste— not like the Lipton instant teas that all sort of taste harsh or sour at all.

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This is the only tea that I will add milk to. In fact, I add one spoon of sugar and a splash of milk into this one. This tea is so insanely wonderful, I drink it almost daily!

It’s probably all that random weird stuff that I don’t care much about in this tea, but it adds up to 70 calories if you don’t add extra milk and sugar like me. 10g out of the total 18g of this is sugar! Gosh that sounds horrible, but it does taste nice. So half of this tea is sugar; didn’t expect that. There is probably caffeine in this too. It still feels quite relaxing to drink this though.

Love this tea even with it’s unhealthy factors. Trust me, this stuff tastes good.

It’s in powder form, so one cup/ packet. So steep time? There isn’t really. Just pour in the tea and mix it.

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drank Ginger Drink by Gold Kili
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It sound ominous, doesn’t it? “Ginger Drink.” Reminds me of drinking Malk, now with Vitamin R! ;)

Let me assure you that this isn’t ominous at all. It’s dehydrated ginger and honey, and that’s it. It is also the second most brilliant thing ever when you are sick.

Feeling nauseous? Drink some of this. Sniffly, throat hurting, feeling achy and generally terrible? Drink some of this. It’ll perk you right up, seriously. Boiling water, maybe a little milk, and you’re good.

I may love it because of family associations, though. Y’see, my aunt had this family remedy for illness. Peel + slice up fresh ginger, then boil in a pot of water until the water gets really, really gingery. Pour it into your mug over crushed red chilli pepper flakes. Add a little honey or sugar if you like to sweeten it up. Milk also acceptable.

She was right, too. I felt better every time. The combination of ginger and chilli peppers can lick just about any feeling of sickness.

This is a lot like that, only with less effort involved. When you’re sick, chances are good you probably don’t feel like peeling ginger. (The slicing’s easy, but peeling ginger sucks out loud.) I’ve got a stockpile of this on hand for anytime I’m feeling at all under the weather. :)


I love the name of this tea, too…I actually thought of how they label stuff that looks like orange juice but is really HFCS and orange coloring “Orange Drink”. It’s just so…descriptive. Lol.
(Why are my bones so brittle? I always drink lots of…malk?)


that’s great! I’ve had ginger green tea + lemon + honey + chili pepper flakes a few times this winter. If I wake up with a stuffy head it is the surefire way to clear it quick! I also keep ginger candies (Gin Gins brand) on hand at home and in my purse for nausea/carsickness etc.


Slashed an artery? Drink some of this. [Sorry, had to do it.]

Anyhow, this sounds pretty good. Especially since I’ve really not been digging straight chamomile lately.


In trad Chinese medicine ginger + chili are yang – good for any yin unbalance, like winter colds, chills, or menstrual pains. :)


Is it spicy by itself? I love spicy ginger tea!

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