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Matcha-Thon!

Why yes, I am drinking Cotton Candy matcha and watching corgi puppies while I write this review, thank you for asking. How could I not pair 2 adorable things in one. I have a cotton candy body spray – it may be made for children, but I care not! I will cover myself in the cute delicious smell and go out on the town! Yes. Cotton Candy is adorable to me. Adorably TASTY. You have to love the way it dissolves and covers your hands with sticky residue. I would much rather be covered in cotton candy than cheesy Dorito dust. Just sayin’.

There was no way in the world I was not picking up this matcha blend. I’ve had some great tasting cotton candy teas in the past so I knew it could be done! Also, I have this vast collection of cotton candy flavoured drink recipes to be made – and remade – matcha style! Pinterest can be very inspiring! The one that is most intriguing in a cotton candy lemonade, where you just pour sweet lemonade over a glass full of cotton candy. Has anyone ever tried matcha lemonade? That is pretty much what this matcha was MADE for, and I wish I had some friends to come have a summer party so I could make some and not get heartburn from drinking the whole pitcher. So, you’re invited! Just let me know when you’re coming so I can clean!

Yay! This Cotton Candy matcha takes me to my happy place! Fun times at the fair under a hot blue sky – that is what cotton candy is to me. I got the basic matcha with the delicate flavouring and it is just perfect! So much yummy cotton candy flavour – and it really blows my mind, because it doesn’t just taste generally sweet and sugary – it actually tastes like spun sugar! Bright pink and blue spun sugar that just melts on your tongue.

I enjoyed this flavour of matcha hot – but it also made a very refreshing and energizing iced tea. Since Cotton Candy is such a summer flavour, I was happy to have it by my side on a sweltering hot day. It is especially good sprinkled on some real vanilla icecream. Have you ever tried cotton candy ice cream? It’s usually made with a pretty cheap ice cream brand, and although it’s usually delicious anyways, it doesn’t even hold a candle to a high quality ice cream sprinkled with this wonderfully flavoured cotton candy matcha. A cold, sweet treat on a hot day!

Thank you for breaking the flavoured matcha mold and coming out with this great array of flavours, Red Leaf Tea. It’s inspiring, summery and delicious. It opens a lot of doors for all sorts of drinks, desserts and treats! Here it is: http://www.redleaftea.com/matcha-tea/cotton-candy-matcha.html

TeaEqualsBliss

matcha thon

Azzrian

OMG this is one I want to order! :) Yay!

KeenTeaThyme

I’m hesitant to try Matcha, but holycrap, I want to try this Cotton Candy version! YUMS!

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TeaEqualsBliss

matcha thon

Azzrian

OMG this is one I want to order! :) Yay!

KeenTeaThyme

I’m hesitant to try Matcha, but holycrap, I want to try this Cotton Candy version! YUMS!

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You can call me Daisy.

I’m a 24 year old (not so budding) thespian – just moved to the Maritimes from the Saskatchewan Prairies. I’m way too polite, aka Proud to be a Canadian. I love it here by the water – it must remind me of tea or something ;)

My favourite tea companies are DavidsTea and Verdant Tea. They please my palette in different ways – and I love them both for it.

My rating system is as follows:
95-100: I will stock it as soon as I can, if I haven’t already! Permanent collection worthy.

86-95: I would stock this tea if I could, but my collection is just too full to warrant it. But it is that good.

76-85: This is a tasty tea and I will have many cups and share with friends, but won’t go out of my way to keep it stocked.

50-75: It was alright! It was… alright! Not horrible, but I might not re-steep.

25-50: Ew. But I will finish the cup.

1-25: Please no, I want to dump it.


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