Everyone MUST try it. There’s no hype around this tea. Bold, sweet, milky. By far one of the best black teas I have ever had. Put down whatever you’re drinking right now. Order this and sit at your front door. You won’t be disappointed.
“So naturally sweet and caramelicious! The first steep was a darker, chewy caramel, and this second one is sweeter and yes, milky - in that coating in your mouth sort of way. I used 200 degree water...” Read full tasting note
“The first steep is bold, smooth and stout - a great wake-up type tea (yes, it is 2pm but I do need to wake up). Honestly though, I'm looking forward to the 2nd and hopefully 3rd steep on this one....” Read full tasting note
“I finally get to try this infamous tea that many have been raving about here on Steepster (And Across the Globe) as it IS an award-winner! This cup is possible because of SoccerMom...thanks...” Read full tasting note
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2nd Place 2009 World Tea Championship
Signature Famous Teas – Hot Tea Class
The unique character and lingering finish is intoxicating. An exquisite USDA Certified Organic golden, black tea from southern China’s Yunnan province, the beautiful, gold twisted leaves are almost as lovely to look at as to taste.Don’t mistake this for lower grade teas of this type. This is a premium grade golden monkey that is not to be missed!
Golden Monkey Tea Type: Black Tea
Ingredients: Organic Chinese black tea (golden monkey)
Origin of Golden Monkey : Yunnan, China
Direct trade quality loose leaf tea for more than a decade. World Tea Championship winners in 2008 & 2009. USDA Certified Organic. Based in US with buying office in China.
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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.