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Not crazy about this matcha, now that I have others and am somewhat proficient at making it correctly. Not recommend buying. The color as you can see is a yellowish-greenish-tan, NOT A GOOD COLOR for matcha! It should be a bright, vibrant, Jade-Kelly green with an aroma to fresh spinach and grass. It did not foam all that well, then again, I was new at whisking it and the taste was just plain dull and boring, it did not have that WOW! factor. After a couple of weeks, because I didn’t finish it, I went back to it and it had lost all of it’s taste…you can’t keep matcha fresh for long, but that was ridiculous.

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Cofftea

Um… uh… wha… HUH? Add this to the list of matchas I need to try for myself LOL=D

MacchaMan

OH, HEAVENS NO!…don’t get, not that great of a taste.

Cofftea

I’m going to need to since I can’t even begin to fathom how any matcha (unless maybe if it’s sweetened) can get a 1.:)

MacchaMan

ok, so maybe I am over exaggerating, but it isn’t that good

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Cofftea

Um… uh… wha… HUH? Add this to the list of matchas I need to try for myself LOL=D

MacchaMan

OH, HEAVENS NO!…don’t get, not that great of a taste.

Cofftea

I’m going to need to since I can’t even begin to fathom how any matcha (unless maybe if it’s sweetened) can get a 1.:)

MacchaMan

ok, so maybe I am over exaggerating, but it isn’t that good

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