Friday, November 13, 2009

Golden Moon Tea Review

I got the package from Golden Moon Tea yesterday. I stopped blogging, stopped cleaning, stopped eveything! As soon as I opened the package, prepared a cup of fresh brewed tea in my porcelain tea pot. And I really enjoyed the taste of this high quality fresh loose tea.


If you have been using tea bags, it will take a few minutes longer to prepare loose tea. But trust me it's worth the wait! Brewing loose leaf tea is not difficult at all. Pour the boiling water over tea in teapot. (1 tsp loose tea for each cup). Let stand 3-5 minutes. When the leaves have infused, pour the tea out into the cup. No paper, no bag and no waste after use, it is environmentally friendly.

Tea is a great beverage for any time of year or day. I love to taste different types and varietals of teas. If you would like to take a look benefits of tea or if you missed this post you can read here.


Here is a shot of Snow Sprout/ Golden Moon Tea. I don't even need to use a strainer to pour the tea through. Leaves all sink to the bottom of the teapot.

Jasmine tea is so different. Green leaves are layered with aromatic jasmine petals, you smell jasmine and enjoy this delicious green tea scented with floral aromas of jasmine blossoms and jasmine leaves with the rich aroma taste while drinking. Before tasting I thought it would be a little too much like drinking a cup of perfume?? But I liked it. This aroma made me feel happy!

Snow Sprout and Jasmine Tea contains very low caffeine. See low caffeine teas.If you prefer caffeine you will find medium caffeine teas like English Breakfast, French Breakfast and Irish Breakfast Teas on Golden Moon Tea Website.

Green Teas, Black Teas, White Teas, Oolong Teas and different kind of Flavored Teas-Honey Pear, Kashmiri Chai, Tippy Earl Grey, Madagascar Vanilla, Lapsang Souchong, Rose Tea, Pu-erh Chai, White Persian Melon, White Ginger, White Licorice, Jasmine Pearls, Vanilla Mint, Vanilla Jasmine, Moroccan Mint, Sugar Carmel Oolong, Jasmine Tea and Coconut Pouchong(awarded best tea at the 2007 World Tea Expo). Coconut Pouchong is made with natural coconut flavor from real coconut milk, instead of the artificial flavoring. Click the picture to read more.

Visit Golden Moon Tea and find your favorite tea! Buy it online!

The best part I really like it on their site is, you can find a tea for nearly any mood. Waking up, relaxed, fun, formal, powerful, exotic, sexy, happy. OK, next time I decided to try Rose Tea. What mood do you think it is for???

Enjoy your tea time!

15 comments:

  1. Wow, that sounds so good!! I usually just buy the cheap tea bags at Target!!

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  2. Sounds good, Yonca!!

    Have a great weekend!!

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  3. Thanks for sharing. I love loose tea leaves, my tea pot actually comes with a handy strainer so we don't get any leaves floating in our cups!

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  4. It sounds delightful. My daughter is a very big fan of jasmine tea as well.

    I like that the leaves settle to the bottom and don't need straining!

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  5. Hey lady. I do not like tea at all, but you almost had me wanting a cup. Of course, I would share tea and conversation with you anytime:)

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  6. I like how you say there are different teas to suit each mood--sexy, happy, fun, etc. There are Puerhs with different moods like this so I love trying samples of them.

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  7. Yummy! I love tea! I'm a big green tea fan, but I think I would like to try this sometime. :)

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  8. That sounds really good. I like to drink tea in the fall and winter. It helps clear out my head.

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  9. I love me some good tea! And I'm BACK girl!

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  10. I love tea... this looks yummy..... thanks for sharing mommas!

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  11. Can you believe I've never brewed tea. And I drink a cup or two daily. Now I must buy some and experience someting new. :) Who knows, I may order like you did.

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  12. I love a great cup of tea an love loose tea. I'll have to check out this tea company. Thanks for the recommendation.

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  13. I must've been in the dark ages..cause this is the first I've seen of loose tea..lol..looks like something I'd like to try.

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  14. I have never tried loose tea before, but this sounds really good. Especially with how I have been feeling lately! I have missed you! Going to be catching up now!

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