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Golden Monkey isn’t quite as robust as my typical morning teas, but it makes up for it with its caramel character and mildly sweet finish. It also extends into well into the afternoon, meaning that I often end up drinking it until it’s time for dinner. I can usually get three steeps out of the leaves, though I use a little more than recommended on the package. Delicious.
4 minutes. Got two steeps out of this, probably could’ve gotten a third.
Ran out of my usual morning tea (Rishi Golden Yunnan) so I’m giving this a try. So far so good! I accidentally over-steeped the first time, but it still held up okay. More detailed tasting notes to come.
A little more heavily roasted than the other Da Hong Pao’s I’ve tried, but very good. I’ve gotten the best results steeping this for shorter times (2-2.5 min) at 185 for 3-4 infusions.
Steeping longer makes for a much darker and richer brew, but I find it a little overpowering.
A perfect night time tea. Great balance between Chamomile and Lavender.
I am a kukicha junkie of late. Vibrant green (packed w good stuff), strong grassy vegetal notes I look for in this tea, well balance, and high quality.
Gentle, light, delicate. Steeped for 7 min.
Last batch. I really like this, will re-order.
Ingredients – organic whole chamomile flower and organic lavender flower
Steeped for 7 min The smell is wonderful and the taste – calming, not overly sweet, great evening tea.
I got this as a sample and added some white Darjeeling from Adagio and it came out very nice.
The smell was not so great but the taste was pretty good.
I still have to make up my mind about this. It reminds me of cookies from the Greek bakery in my neighborhood. Hmm ….