Golden Moon Tea‘s White Ginger is a blend of hand-plucked white tea along with ginger root.
Oh, I adore this tea from Golden Moon Tea. Pouchong is one of my favorite oolong teas, and Golden Moon Tea takes it to a whole other level with the addition of coconut extract.
This is a smooth, buttery, cup of tea. The coconut scent is positively floral, and it has just the right amount of sweetness. Hot or iced, this tea is a winner!
Yum! If you’re a fan of cantaloupe or honeydew, then I think you’ll really enjoy Golden Moon Tea’s white persian melon.
It’s a shame they don’t sell this tea anymore, because it’s quite good. They’ve paired delicate bai mu dan with just a whisper of persian melon extract. The result is super fragrant, and it makes for a light and crisp cup of tea. Lizzy Kate’s white cantaloupe would probably be a good substitute!
This snow sprout white tea from Golden Moon Tea is a bit of an anomaly. On sight, it reminds me of a silver needle tea…but the leaves are tough and woody. It also has a very light flavor profile, so using the right sweetener in the right amount is key (unless you want a glass of hot sugar water).
Golden Moon Tea no longer sells this, but American Tea Room’s Ancient Snow Sprout is a good substitute. (And they call it a green tea! Weird!)
Golden Moon Tea’s Sugar Caramel Oolong is a jewel in my tea collection. Buttery premium quality oolong is scented and flavored with caramel to produce a really decadent cup of tea. It’s both subtle and complex.
Sadly, Golden Moon Tea doesn’t sell this anymore, so I’m rationing it out until it’s gone. For a similar flavor profile, try Tealish’s Dulce de Leche Oolong.