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    Yunnan Pure Gold
    (rating: 4.7 out of 5)
      Yunnan Pure Gold
     
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    In my opinion this is the best black tea for the price! I like a strong brew and I drink it with a little milk and honey

    David (7/11/2014)
     
    Excellent, as usual! Fantastic taste, which lingers in the mouth and through different infusions.

    Joao (2/23/2014)
     
    A reasonably robust tea with wonderful color, crispy clean taste with a fairly conventional tea-like scent. Steeps quickly, with subsequent steepings that dont weaken much in taste or appearance. This is one great buy for the price. Very refreshing with a wonderful aftertaste. Wont disappoint.

    Billy (1/26/2014)
     
    One of the best black tea. Sweet and with substance ! I like it !

    Ionut (11/12/2013)
     
    Nice. Earthy and rich as promised. We resteep a second time for up to ten minutes. Good value. Will reorder.

    Michael (11/7/2013)
     
    Roasted, burnt sugar, dried fruits, chocolate, malty, earthy, sweet, peppery aromas. Excellent Tea very aromatic and never bitter. Highly recommended.

    Joe (7/12/2013)
     
    Our entire family favorite for everyday brewing. Smooth, great color and aroma, not too complex.

    Igor (2/27/2013)
     
    Robust, fruity, mellow, malty tea with aroma of apricots and honey. Very beautiful golden tea leaves when in dried form transforming into autumn leaves when steeped in hot water for making tea. Takes multiple infusions very well and a real hardy tea that really takes a long time to get it to weaken. Can be used for a good breakfast tea and would take sugar and milk really well. Reminds me of a stroll in the forest during autumn. Comparable to good quality Darjeeling autumn flushes like the Gopaldhara Thunder autumn flush Darjeeling.

    Tay (11/27/2012)
     
    My absolute favorite black tea. Perfect malty-sweet taste. Really good!

    Oskar (2/27/2010)
     
    I tried Yunnan Gold a year ago and it was great. Expected this Yunnan Pure Gold to be more convincing, more robust and thick, but obviously i was wrong. It tastes almost the same as Yunnan Gold, or even less rich in taste

    Marko (2/5/2010)
     
    very good full of black pepper and burnt sugar that is what I like in yunan teas

    david (12/16/2009)
     
    An excellent black tea that is bold, aromatic, and never bitter. This tea can probably be an excellent substitute or complement to well known breakfast teas such as English Breakfast, Earl Gray, Irish Breakfast . . . etc. It is strong enough to deliver quite a caffeine kick, but without a trace of the bitterness that makes sugar necessary.

    Vuong (10/28/2009)
     
    Tasty and delicate, superb tea for every hour of the day. Once you taste it, you cant be without anymore.

    Roberto (9/28/2009)
     
    Very good maple sweetness. A very good tea however I have not tried the regular Yunnan so I cannot compare them.

    Ryan (9/24/2009)
     
    The best Yunnan Gold I have had to date. The scent of the dry leaves is extremely unique and strong. It is obvious that this is fresh, quality tea. The brewed tea is a beautiful color with a soothing taste. Much more refined than other teas, but a true delight to the knowledgeable drinker who can appreciate the various flavor profiles throughout the 3-4 infusions possible.

    Ryan (9/16/2009)
     
    Rich, full-bodied, sweet and mellow too, but with a slight peppery background. Very easy to drink with many interesting notes. Excellent product!

    Kei (9/14/2009)
     
    Good. Good. Good. Good. Good. Good. Good. Good. Good. Good. Good. Good.Good. Good. Good.Good. Good. Good.Good. Good. Good.Good. Good. Good.

    Christopher (9/9/2009)
     
    *:--☆--:*:--☆: This stuff is just amazing! *:--☆--:*:--☆--:

    Daniel (8/26/2009)
     
    Earthy and mildly sweet, dark and strong. Has a mildly chocolate or cocoa aftertaste. This tea is one of my absolute favorites and Im on my second order of it.

    Travis (8/12/2009)
     
    As always, a wonderful tea and great customer service.

    Jonas (7/31/2009)
     
    very good yunnan tea, one of the best that I have ried with beautiful long tea buds and a very sweet aroma in the dry leaf. the infusion is pepery and malty, a very fine black tea.

    Sergio (7/17/2009)
     
    A very smooth pleasant taste, that lingers for quite a while. Delicious! A real treat!

    Klaus (7/16/2009)
     
    I love the bold flavor of this tea--it is my favorite morning black tea (over Keemun and Bai Lin Zhen amongst many others). Just opening a bag and lightly inhaling gives you an intimate preview of the bold flavors to come chased with a sweet honey dusting. After brewing (I find western style is fine: 1t for 6 oz @ 190 for 3 minutes), the soup is a rich, clear, reddish estuary brown. The body is a full, black tea and has a wonderful honey overtone.

    Tim (5/18/2009)
     
    I found this tea really interesting. I really recommend it.

    Joao (5/14/2009)
     
    *:--☆--:*:--☆:*:--☆--:*:--☆--: This stuff is just amazing! *:--☆--:*:--☆:*:--☆--:*:--☆--:

    Daniel (4/9/2009)
     
    Very delicate and balanced with a lovely peppery note.

    Jonas (3/8/2009)
     
    it taste good!! specially, it smell oriental orange honey made in areas of warm weather!!

    ha (2/5/2009)
     
    Mild, complex, no bitterness and the most wonderful leaves. By far the best Yunnan Ive ever tasted.

    Jonas (12/25/2008)
     
    This is the tea we come back to over and over again. Smooth and mellow, it never fails to please. Sunday morning pancakes + Yunnan Pure Gold Tea = Paradise!

    Andrew (11/17/2008)
     
    The colour and smell of the dry tea leaves is pale gold and gorgeous. There are fine little fuzzy hairs too, really fluffy well sized leaves. Im addicted to yunnan gold but this is even sweeter and really a treat. Lasts two brewings and is really pleasant with milk and honey.

    Zenobie (11/4/2008)
     
    When you open the bag the tea smells like chocolate. It brews into a dark amber liquid without much of an aroma whose taste is rich, smooth and mellow with a sweet after-taste that gets sweeter with the longer you brew it. There is not one hint of bitterness. Great tea.

    Katya (9/19/2008)
     
    The sour, plum-like taste of this tea becomes specially prominent as one adds more tea leaves. However, this characteristic drops noticeably with a second infusion. I would also note that how many infusions a tea is good for is certainly a matter of personal preference, and while this tea is very hearty, its flavor profile changes by a good amount from infusion to infusion. This is one of my stables when it comes to teas, but it seems the tea brings something new each time. A real pleasure!

    Vuong (7/20/2008)
     
    Mellow and absolutely delicious. Lots of depth and nuance. A tea to linger over.

    Fred (7/16/2008)
     
    This is my first time to try this tea and I found it very interesting and absolutely delicious. The second pot is sweeter, cleaner and more delicate than the first pot. So I recommend recycling the leaves. Lovely....

    Elizabeth (6/9/2008)
     
    The spring 2008 Yunnan gold is less golden than the last harvest. Perhaps as a result, the tea is more assertive. Both its flavor and aroma are bolder. Overall, a very lovely tea.

    Vuong (6/3/2008)
     
    While not a big bodied forceful red, this elegant, seamless tea is wonderfully balanced. The tannins melt into the rich malty flavors making for a wonderfully cup. I never choose to do more than one infusion with fully oxidized teas so my cups are consistently fine.

    Kim (5/9/2008)
     
    While being similar to the Sichuan Gongfu in appearance, aroma, and taste, the Yunnan gold is decidedly more delicate. It has a very slight sour note that accompanies the tea as it goes to the back of your mouth. Overall, a lovely tea thats very easy to get addicted to.

    Vuong (4/28/2008)
     
    Bold peppery flavor is nice for several infusions.

    Brenton (2/15/2008)
     
    very nice black tea. A strong and a bit sweet taste. very nice

    Freek (12/27/2007)
     
    This is a milder version of Dian Hong. The amber color this tea creates is very pleasant, however, the taste, in my opinion is not strong enough, and it fades away rather fast after a couple of steeps. Would try the Yunnan Gold next time.

    Melody (11/19/2007)
     
    Excellent black tea with golden buds and and sugary aroma. The taste is smooth and sweet.

    Jana (9/18/2007)
     
    This is a smooth black tea with a mild flavor. I prefer the Yunnan Gold to this tea as it has in my opinion a more floral aroma. Nevertheless a good quality tea.

    David (6/28/2007)
     
    What can I say?! I am so partial to Yunnan Golds. I love the complexity of flavour like a really good double malt scotch. We just had some with Mango-Ginger Pudding. What a treat! Really fine with a cool evening fire and some butterscotch! Rich, chocolate and malty finish. Yum!

    Jeanna (Shen) (6/24/2007)
     
    Exquisite, twisted golden-brown leaves. The most wonderful scent rose from the bag when I first opened it--something like an Autumn forest combined with malt, and maybe a slight hint of maple. The brew is light and without much mouthfeel, but with a delicate rich flavor that hints at sweetness. The best batch of Yunnan black Ive had in a long time. Very very nice.

    Jennifer (6/16/2007)
     
    I like the "pepper flavour" of this tea. I served my friends and they too were all enthusiastic.

    Jana (6/3/2007)
     
    As always a lovely tea. Beautiful leaf and rich, smooth, slightly spicy taste. Excellent and good for at least two infusions.

    Jennifer (2/22/2007)
     
    If you like black teas you will love the warm soothing sensation this tea brings to your senses. Its like a cozy feeling from your face to your chest, but it isnt overwhelming. The first smell is almost smells like chocolate, and it definitely warms your sinuses, and prepares them for the flavor. This would be a good alternative for coffee drinkers, when they want that warm, full, rich flavor with out consuming loads of caffeine.

    Drew (2/2/2007)
     
    Rich and earthy, an excellent breakfast tea. I usually get at least two hearty infusions.

    Jennifer (12/5/2006)
     
    This is a great tea, very rich and comforting, good for at least two steeps and with beautiful leaves.

    Jennifer (11/30/2006)
     
    Gorgeous leaves, good aroma, excellent taste. A very enjoyable tea.

    Jennifer (11/8/2006)
     
    Wonderful mild black tea from Yunnan province.

    Jeff (10/19/2006)
     
    This is a very good tea. It has that distinctive aftertaste that reminds me of of other great and unique yunnans like Zhen Qu. I would definitely buy this wonderful tea again.

    Jeff (10/7/2006)
     
    An excellent tea. soft and, strangly, wild.

    Ricardo (10/5/2006)
     
    One of the best black teas I have ever had. I would recommend this to anyone who drinks tea.

    Charles (8/19/2006)
     
    My second order of this tea was as good as the first, the quality is really constant.

    Alexander (10/8/2005)
     
    Wonderful tea and very fairly priced. A classic. The tea is truly stunning and made out of good quality large buds, it brews a sweet and harmonic beverage. Truly a good buy.

    Alexander (10/8/2005)
     


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