Gold Rush (organic)

Tea type
Fruit White Blend
Coconut, Natural Flavours, White Mulberries, White Tea
Coconut, Creamy, Fruity, Jam, Vanilla, Alcohol, Cream, Sugar, Brown Sugar, Butterscotch, Caramel, Honey, Smooth, Sweet, Berries, Maple, Berry, Custard, Maple Syrup, Burnt Sugar, Candy, Rum, Butter, Thick
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195 °F / 90 °C 6 min, 0 sec 5 g 24 oz / 707 ml

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Mulberries are a pretty precious fruit, so you don’t find them in tea very often. After all, mulberry trees are usually reserved for silk making, as they’re the only thing silkworms will eat. No wonder – they’re naturally sweet and rich, with an almost caramel-like flavour. In a word, decadent. Here we pair golden mulberries with creamy coconut and delicate white tea, for a tea that is guaranteed to give you gold fever. Eureeka! (MK Kosher)

Ingredients: Organic: mulberries, coconut, white Silver Needle tea. With natural and organic flavouring*.

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520 tasting notes

I cheated on this one this morning. Made a cup for my wife and didn’t use enough, and when I made it for myself I just added more leaves to the already-used infuser. Anyway.

This tea is such a sweet, mellow, smooth mouthful. I don’t want to gulp and yet I find that I can’t help it. There is a delicateness about the flavour that I usually wouldn’t ascribe to creamy blends – that I wouldn’t ascribe to blends at all, in fact. It’s a very naturally teased out taste.

y u no cheaper, Gold Rush?

195 °F / 90 °C 5 min, 30 sec

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247 tasting notes

Dry Leaf Nose: Smells sweet, almost of fine bourbon and chocolate.

Liquor: Light, golden-clear colour, with a sweet and enticing aroma.

Flavour: The liquor is sweet and fragrant, with an intoxicating, full bodied bourbon note. The body of the liquor is full and satisfying.

205 °F / 96 °C 6 min, 0 sec

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1774 tasting notes

Woo! I cashed in my DavidsTea points and walked away with 50g of this and 50g of Pumpkin Chai. That’s nearly $20 in tea right there! :O

I wasn’t sure if I wanted to get this one since I had the Mulberry White from Rivertea, but this one is actually different enough to make it worthwhile. It’s so creamy with the coconut, and full of fruit.

I’m sipping away at this while I watch Season 8 of Supernatural. The toddler is sitting right next to me, cuddling up, and saying ‘BYE" when people get killed. Maybe that means I’m not getting mom of the year award, but it’s still adorable.


I have RiverTea’s Mulberry White and I’ve found I’m not a huge fan of it. Would you be interested in what I have?


To be honest, I’ve got so much of it from my last order that I’m not really in a rush to trade for more of it, but if you’re unable to find anyone else to trade let me know and I can do a swap. (I just… I think I’ve got 100g of it, and I rarely drink non-black tesa! :P Sorry!)

Roswell Strange

That’s super cute…

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1143 tasting notes

Sip down!
Not bad of a last cup and pretty caramelly tasting. I only had 4 mulberries left and promptly burnt my fingers fishing them out of my steeper to snack on.

Geeze, with all these teas I’m polishing off, my cupboard count is going down – I’m used to the count going up! I really need to order more teas, heheheheheheheeeeeeeee!


What a terrible problem to have! :P Needing more teas… ahahahaha.

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616 tasting notes

On the (belated) Fifth Day of Christmas, momo gave to me…

Looking at the dry leaf is like looking at a lot of Davids blends — if I didn’t know better I’d say it was herbal. I don’t really see anything in the way of tea, but there are big shreds of coconut and berries. It’s quite pretty.

Very much toasted coconut and burnt sugar (almost caramelly). This is a creamy, decadent cup. There’s a sweetness present that at times crosses into cloying; almost as if I hit a pocket of sweetener or something despite not adding any. This seems to get worse as it cools. Of course, there’s nothing in here that tastes like white tea, either.

Thanks momo!

200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 30 sec

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513 tasting notes

I brought this to work today in my tea traveller. I was a little bit leery about this plan, because it is a white tea at the end of the day, but I really wanted a hit of sweet and this has such a nice natural sweetness to it. Fortunately, it actually held up really well to a longer steep time and it was deliciously sweet both hot and as it cooled!

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37 tasting notes

This is definitely one of my favorites from David’s Tea, and today I decided to try it as a latte. And I am so glad I did. Basically it tasted like heaven in a cup. No joke. If you haven’t tried this as a latte yet then you are seriously missing out. (At least in my opinion)


I love this blend. So good. Although I have not tried it as a latte. Alas, I am all out of it :(


hmmm… this sounds really interesting…

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129 tasting notes

what a decadent WHITE !

I am falling head over heels for David’s Teas
I have had so many fine teas shared with me…
all the new friends…
I love mulberries…a childhood dream…we picked and ate them quickly strolling down my grandfathers 120 yard driveway to his farm…
they “littered” the fenceline, and sweet mulberries are divine…
fast forward to 40 plus years in a white tea…mmm… coconut is a fave of mine as well and “Gold Rush” is a perfect name as you know you have come into some unexpected wealth…
I have been lucky to have had this “shared” with me for the
12 Days of Christmas, but I would not hesitate to purchase it…
Purchasing this would be my down payment on Heaven and memories sublime.

Roswell Strange

I’ve never had a fresh mulberry – but I love them in tea! I have a whole tin of this one :)

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514 tasting notes

Oooh I am not with everyone on my opinion of this “tea”.
I sipped at 5 minutes, it tasted like I had poured hot water on a bag of sweetened coconut. I let it steep for a full 10 minutes and it tasted the exact same.
I ate a mulberry after, ugh, just not good. Not for me. Do not want.

So next time I go to swap, someone gets a very expensive bag of mulberries haha.

Tina S.

Normally I don’t agree with returning teas, but with the cost of this one I’d totally support taking it back and getting something you like instead.


Seriously ? This is so disappointing ! I’ve been waiting to try it since he came and I planned to but a BIG pot just because I was sure it was a dream tea..Maybe If I like coconut very much it won’t be that bad ?
I think I’ll need to taste it before buying it..thanks for the warning :)


You never know Melsss, eveyone else seems to love it so you might too!

@Tina – it’s okay, I was smart(ish?) and only got a 20g bag so I only have enough for one or two cups at the moment. If I had paid more than 10bucks even I think I would have taken it back for sure!

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95 tasting notes

This was just as good as I was expecting! Liquid caramel goodness! I think my entire teaspoon only has about two actual tea leaves, but it was delicious all the same. Definitely a re-buy!


Definitely craving it now… Mmmmmmmm!

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