Had this one this AM. A whisper of smoke and not astringent -my new fave for my first cup in the morning.
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This is a fun tea-I can taste the pineapple, banana, and coconut. Wonderful iced. Oddly with the melange of flavors, it was a mild tasting tea
Wow! This one is like a POP of grape- This has been a perfect tea for the hot summer days….
Whoa! This has a strong grape/raisin flavor. As it cools, and if I close my eyes, I can sort of taste raisin toast. Honestly, no raisin toast tastes as raisin-y as this tea. Does this mean I don’t like it? No. I had 2 cups last nite and 2 cups this AM. So, would rank this as a winner…..
A failed iced tea experiment: this tea does not go well at all w lemon…. Live and learn…
I have lots of mint around my yard and some of it is looking stringy. My husband is begging me to get rid of it soo, mint iced tea is in order…. So, after experimenting, mountain malt turns out to be an excellent pair for the mint. The mountain malt, a bold and strong assam, is a perfect counter-point to the medicinal flavor of the fresh mint.
Looking at the other notes,,,,I am the only one so far that likes this one…..LOL! This one is slightly lemony but not overly so…W/the mate, an extra caffeine boost. So what is not to like? Also this is perfect to drink after an hour of yoga…
Backlogging from my trip. This one was another winner in the iced tea category for me. The coconut flavor is pronounced, sharp, and not artifical tasting at all; this tea’s flavor is reminiscent of those unsweetended coconut water drinks sold at Whole Foods. I would have to say this is my favorite Golden Moon tea by far.
Had this one again this morning without milk. Such a smooth drink. I agree with the other reviewer that this one has cocoa undertones. So, to compare to Dawn, this one has less cocoa but it is more full-bodied for a first cup in the morning. For the summer, a brisk assam is too strong, soo, this is becoming my “go-to” breakfast tea.
Backlogging. Made jugs of this to take to Orange Beach. Refreshing and light chilled. lifesaver since it saved me from the dreaded beach heat exhaustion.
Backlogging! I went out of town for 2 weeks and this was one of the Breakfast teas I took with me. this is a smooth and mellow tea. not astringent but not overwhelmed with milk. this is not smoky tea like Teas,Etc. ’s Bohea.
Wow! Lemon grass and mint – a perfect combination . The mint tempers the tanginess of the lemon and the lemongrass gives the mint a tang. Wonderful iced.
What a pleasant and soft tea. Upon opening the tin, the peach flavor was overpowering. So I thought. hmm, is this going to taste like some icky, peachy Jolly Rancher? Suprisingly, when brewed, both the peach and jasmine flavors are subtle and “synergize” into something quite nice.
Like others have said before, this is sweet and SLIGHTLY smoky. The smoky flavor in this tea is not overpowering…. It is quite mild and pleasant . I think I am going to enjoy this one….
This blend is a bust! It tastes 100% chamomile . So why not just save some money and purchase chamomile? Oh well…. luckily , this was only a free sample. And obviously I am backlogging from this weekend…
Another winner! I was quite suprised how “creamy coconutty” this one tasted…With milk and sugar, this one was a dessert….
Yum! First couple of times I did not get the steeping right but on the third time, with a little bit of sugar and milk, it really did taste like butter pecan ….In fact, as the nuttiness is quite subtle (and so is butter pecan ice cream), I have been having this as my morning brew for the past couple of days…
I love this tea. As it is getting warmer (well really hotter) , a dense , heavy Mountain Malt does not appeal to me in the AM right now. This tea is a whisper of smoke but again I don’t want to wake up w a roaring barbecue during the summer. It has a sweetness in the aftertaste so this is a nice light breakfast tea in the summer months.
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A subtle blend of flavors w/lavender predominating and chamomile providing its buttery note. As this blend has lots of ingredients from honeybush, hibiscus, chamomile, hops, and lemon myrtle, it is like a relaxing, night-time “chai”. Luckily, for me, the hibiscus is not noticeable and really, this is not too lemony either. Just a smooth tisane.
I have been drinkning this for the last several nights and have been enjoying this as my last drink of the evening….And liking it more each time….
Just a nice, light brew. Sort of sweet, not astringent. No need for milk and I think this would be too light for that. Think I need to try this one more time before I can give an accurate assesment.
On a lighter note, I bought this tea solely based on the name..What a silly and delightful movie this was. Best scene in the whole flick: Meryl Streep was holding her grown daughter in her lap and painting her daughter’s nails. How much sweeter can you get?