White Persian Melon from Golden Moon Tea

White Persian Melon from Golden Moon Tea
White Persian Melon from Golden Moon Tea

Tea Information:

Leaf Type: White

Where to Buy: Golden Moon Tea 

Tea Description:

First in the world to find flavored white tea, Golden Moon Tea presents rare white tea enlivened with the nectar of succulent melon. This luxurious delicacy is light, refreshing and exotic.

Ingredients: White Bai Mudan Tea Scented with Sweet Melon Nectar


** Persian Melon has a flavor that is a mix between a cantaloupe and a honeydew

** Uses the flavor of the Persian Melon, which is a popular flavor in the Middle East

** Emits a sweet and refreshing aroma of freshly cut melons

** The subtly of the White Tea base allows the Persian Melon to shine

** Fantastic iced


** This tea is only for those who love cantaloupe and/or honeydew

** The Middle Eastern Persian Melon is rarely found in the U.S.

** The melon flavor is assertive, yet balanced

** White Persian Melon has low amounts of caffeine

** Recommended for up to 3 steeps


Learn more about this tea here.

Taster’s Review:

White Persian Melon from Golden Moon Tea is one of my top five favorites from this company.

There is just such a light and lively flavor to this delicate Bai Mudan. The aroma is sweet and juicy fresh and reminds me of why I am longing for summer.

This tea is so excellent iced but also wonderful hot.

I love cantaloupe but unfortunately eating it gives me a headache every time, but this tea I can drink endless amounts of with no nagging headache. Perhaps this is due to it being Persian melon and not cantaloupe but the flavor profile is very similar and I can get my cantaloupe fix this way. It is a little lighter than cantaloupe though and I see where the description of a mix between cantaloupe and honeydew comes in because honeydew to me was always a bit more watery in flavor.

White Persian Melon also has a tad bit of a wine like flavor to me, almost bordering on a brandy like essence which I really enjoy.

As the tea cools even slightly the sweetness peeks out more. I would not personally add sweeteners to this tea although I could really see the flavors explode with it, especially a sweetened iced tea. I just usually try not to add sugar to my tea and I really do not feel this one needs it. I can see how adding sugar could take it from this light refreshing state to a decedent dessert tea.

Unfortunately I only have a sample of this one, thanks to a Steepster.com friend, but this is one I plan to order for summer time sipping!

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