9 Tasting Notes
Very tasty, sweet and smooth. I love the way this smells as I’m pouring it into my cup. Relaxing and mellow, it balances very well after a meal or between meals. Both fruity floral and a tiny bit nutty at the same time.
Good strong black flavor, may have slightly oversteeped (5 min: the bag says 3-5 min.) because it’s a little bitter. Would be good with a little more water or shorter steep. Has a slightly fruit and honey aftertaste. Could go in the morning, too. On second steep, slightly flowery-unidentified spicy flavor, creamy and goes down smooth and mellow. Pretty good.
Very interesting, I bought it in a sample size when exploring new teas from Golden Moon. It tastes like a mild black tea, steep 2-3 minutes. Earthy, cinnamon hints, like a non-sticky, less sweet cinnamon roll. Good breakfast tea, no bitterness. The dry tea smells a little like enriched potting soil, a rare aged tea. It goes down smooth. It’s listed as a green fermented tea.
I love this tea when I’m in the mood for black. It’s initially milky, with a smoky hint, later full bodied caramel with toasty aftertaste. I could sip this all day, and I love to re-steep my teas. I let it steep a little longer than most.
I’m not a fan of flavored teas and this one has a strong coconut flavor, not too sweet, but weak, I couldn’t taste the tea. It smells nice, though. The bag says it is made with green leaves, I couldn’t tell green or black.
This is my favorite Green Tea lately, as long as I don’t over-steep it. It has a mild, mellow green flavor with a hint of white, smooth & pleasant. Not bitter or overly grassy for a green tea.
Great tea, mellow white with just enough licorice (actually star anise) flavor; nicely balanced, neither overpowers. Sooths the stomach and tasted as good on third resteep as the initial steeping. I got it from a Golden Moon sampler, so I only had enough for one afternoon.