18 Tasting Notes
This brews into a light yellow cup, and is a very light tea. It tastes alot like Fruit Loops.
After Note: Never mind. Despite the fact that I’m on the second infusion, I’m still getting a fair amount of matcha in my cup. Awesome!
This is one of the teas that convinced me that black teas (unless prepaired with more milk and sugar than actual tea) are not for me. I though the drink was way too bitter, and just gross tasting. The rest of this tin will be going to my mom.
This brews into a yellow green colored cup. The matcha is pretty thick in the cup, but I can’t really taste much of it. That might just be because I’m not very familiar with matcha, so my taste buds arn’t up to snuff. Overall this is a nice flavor. The roasted rice flavor comes through really nicely, and makes for a really relaxing cup. I suspect that this would handle a second infusion just fine, as long as you don’t really mind that most of the matcha has been steeped away.
It has a nice flavor, and is very calming. Note to self: Not quite the best tea to drink when trying desperately to stay awake.
This is a pretty good tea. The only issues I have with it, are the facts that it a) need a sweetener, and b) the leaf is small enough, that it always falls through my infuser (aka, it needs to be in a filter). Other than that though, it works well for a sweet pick me up in the mornings..
This is the brand carried by the small corner shop by work. It’s okay for a fix, but is also kinda bland. One the things I like least about this tea is that the cup it produces is pretty powdery, most likely from where the smashed/cut up grains of rosted rice.
Very easy tea to make at work. I don’t really need to be concerned about the water being too hot. Also wonderful with honey when sick. tastes like candy canes!