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drank Peach Matcha by Red Leaf Tea
4224 tasting notes

Oh dear… this one isn’t good. I’m sad, because I had wanted to try the Peach and Watermelon Matcha together as a combination, but, I do not want to try this in anything. This is very chemical tasting, just like the apricot. It is just not good. Horrible is more like it.

I’m sad … I really wanted to like the peach because I love peaches. But I don’t taste peaches. I taste icky chemical-y taste. Not good, not good at all.

Sil

Makes me a little glad i changed my mind on this one. But at the same time i REALLY wanted a good peach matcha

LiberTEAS

sigh me too. It’s a little better as a latte, actually, compared to the traditionally prepared, the latte is much better, but, it is still not as good as it SHOULD be. Or as I wanted it to be.

Sil

Heh well I only do it latte or smoothie style so that’s good. Is it chemically like the pear is but isn’t?

LiberTEAS

I didn’t taste the chemical notes from the pear. This one, when prepared traditionally, tastes like soap.

LiberTEAS

(I actually enjoyed the pear very much!)

Sil

Haha. Fair enough! :)

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Sil

Makes me a little glad i changed my mind on this one. But at the same time i REALLY wanted a good peach matcha

LiberTEAS

sigh me too. It’s a little better as a latte, actually, compared to the traditionally prepared, the latte is much better, but, it is still not as good as it SHOULD be. Or as I wanted it to be.

Sil

Heh well I only do it latte or smoothie style so that’s good. Is it chemically like the pear is but isn’t?

LiberTEAS

I didn’t taste the chemical notes from the pear. This one, when prepared traditionally, tastes like soap.

LiberTEAS

(I actually enjoyed the pear very much!)

Sil

Haha. Fair enough! :)

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