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drank Watermelon Matcha by Red Leaf Tea
4449 tasting notes

Having the Watermelon Matcha on it’s own today… when I typed in this tea into the search here on Steepster, I noticed a combination of Watermelon and Peach… and I think that might be pretty good, so maybe I won’t finish off my Watermelon before I open a package… and I think I will open a new Matcha tomorrow because I want to have a new review up for Friday, when Red Leaf Tea posts it’s new sale. Don’t want to potentially miss out on something awesome!

Deliciously watermelon-y, this Matcha. The vegetal notes seem sharp at the moment, I am not sure why that is. It is not off-putting, but it is different, because I’m used to the vegetative notes being smoother in Matcha and they certainly were the first time I had this… even yesterday when I mixed it with the boysenberry. I must have added a bit too much Matcha or perhaps not quite enough water. It’s still very good though, just a little different.

momo

I put watermelon and peach together in a smoothie, I need to have them together without the smoothie part soon!

LiberTEAS

Mmm… that sounds yummy too.

Cedes

This is the next matcha I want to get yumm.. Im still waiting to try my first one. Oh reviews make me want to buy everything!

Nik

What Cedes said. :D

Zoltar

hmmm watermelon that one going on my shopping list with all my other matcha from red leaf some day they will receive a order with 40 tea on it lol

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momo

I put watermelon and peach together in a smoothie, I need to have them together without the smoothie part soon!

LiberTEAS

Mmm… that sounds yummy too.

Cedes

This is the next matcha I want to get yumm.. Im still waiting to try my first one. Oh reviews make me want to buy everything!

Nik

What Cedes said. :D

Zoltar

hmmm watermelon that one going on my shopping list with all my other matcha from red leaf some day they will receive a order with 40 tea on it lol

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