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Edit tea info Last updated by Hesper June
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160 °F / 71 °C 0 min, 45 sec

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  • “This is the first Matcha Tea that I have ever had. I made this about a dozen times and I still never really loved it. At first, I think the water was too hot and it was terribly bitter, finally...” Read full tasting note
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Matcha tea is a deeply alluring beverage containing rich historic roots within Japanese tea drinking ceremonies. Matcha, which literally means “finely powdered tea,” is made from young green tea leaves and is strictly harvested from certified organic plantations. With a bold color and mildly sweet flavor, we are sure that most will find this tea to be purely delectable. Contains caffeine.

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This is the first Matcha Tea that I have ever had.
I made this about a dozen times and I still never really loved it.
At first, I think the water was too hot and it was terribly bitter, finally got that figured out.
Over all the best taste I can get out of this one, is when I am on the tractor when we are baling and alfalfa particles get in my mouth.
Which is not terrible, but I am not sure I want to drink that regularly.
I was not overly impressed with my first Matcha experience.
Thank goodness I am all about second chances…

Preparation
160 °F / 71 °C 0 min, 45 sec
Skulleigh

I am still fussing with my matcha to get used to it – one thing I read of is that often a small sweet cookie is eaten first to get sweetness in your mouth, then you drink the matcha. I need to find some small sweets of some sort to try this with, because I don’t generally keep anything but shortbread cookies around, and they are too crumbly for this.

Hesper June

Hmmm…an excuse to eat a sweet cookie?
I might have to look into this;)

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