Organic Black Gold Tips

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  • “VariaTEA sent this one my way and since the instructions on the package suggested gonfu, i decided to try it that way instead of my typical western brew. Not sure what they were hoping for here...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Sipdown (114)! Well, I said it’d be good with milk and so, of course, I took that as much to the extreme as I could and I made this up today as a latte! I must be calcium deficient or something...” Read full tasting note
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From Treasure Green Tea Company

Organic Black Gold Tip 浙江 (有機)金毫紅茶

aromatic & elegant
bestseller
Fewer golden buds and more dark tea leaves, it brews a brassy red colour with a vivid sweetness that makes this tea a different characteristics from other black teas.

Organic Black Gold Tips is an excellent black tea for every morning. It has visible golden tips that provide smoothness and sweetness. Enjoy alone or with milk.

Antioxidant Level: Medium
Caffeine Content: Medium
Origin: Zhejiang, China
Organic Certification: IMO Switzerland
Product Code: BZ205

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VariaTEA sent this one my way and since the instructions on the package suggested gonfu, i decided to try it that way instead of my typical western brew. Not sure what they were hoping for here but all i ended up with, what a sort of watery tea that never really turned in to anything that i would say was what i’d want in a gold tip tea. There were echoes of what this might taste like, but nothing spectacular or really worth fussing about. Oh well, can’t win them all!

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Sipdown (114)!

Well, I said it’d be good with milk and so, of course, I took that as much to the extreme as I could and I made this up today as a latte! I must be calcium deficient or something because all I’ve been able to think of today is making things as lattes – at least I have some self restraint though.

It was phenomenal; I’ve been growing a little tired of straight black tea but this was different enough to keep me heavily pleased. It looked golden and it tasted golden; well, as much as a tea can taste like a colour. But seriously; very thick and creamy with really smooth honey and bread notes.

Very pleasant way to finish this one off, and I think it’ll be really memorable too.

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