Golden Dragon

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Earth, Malt, Rosehips
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This slightly hand-rolled leaf has many gold tips, with a mild spicy taste that’s truly rare! Lower in caffeine for a black. From Guangxi Province in China.

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Traveling again! A quick two-day trip this time. I am in DC and got up way earlier than I needed to this morning because the friend I’m staying with had to be at work way earlier than I can arrive at the museum. The place where we had breakfast didn’t have any tea, but lucky for me this tea shop is very near the museum.

I’ve never had a golden dragon tea before, though if it’s Chinese and has “golden” in the name I’ll try it. This is pretty tasty. I can feel the energy slowly flowing into my body as I sip it. It’s a bit malty with a kind of earthy note toward the end of the sip. As I drink more its definitely reminding me of some kind of black tea-puerh hybrid. Not entirely my thing, but decently tasty nonetheless.


Enjoy D.C.!!

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This is one the my friend picked from the shop outside the Capital.

The taste was very earth and lacked the chocolate tones of the monkey counterpart. This brew had a more malt and spice taste rather than smooth and dessert like. It also carries a light rose hip flavor which was strange. I did enjoy this, but I mostly stuck to my Golden Monkey :)

Flavors: Earth, Malt, Rosehips


Hints of chocolate and rose-hip, interesting. would you say these flavours went well together?


Actually this one lacked the chocolate tone. The Golden Monkey variety had a stronger tone. This had a slight hint of chocolate but was mostly earth, malt and rose-hips. It flowed very nicely. The rose-hip flavor was prominent in the aftertaste.

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