Powdered Green Tea (Matcha)

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Green Tea
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Edit tea info Last updated by Mark Torromeo
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165 °F / 73 °C

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  • “I just had to try the matcha from Silk Road Teas. I guess this matcha is drinkable but definitely not of quality. Dull in both color and taste. I used various water temperatures ranging from...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Having now tried a few more matchas i realize that this one isn't very good. Really good matcha is crazy expensive so this is still a good value, but there definitely is a difference between the...” Read full tasting note
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    marktorromeo 45 tasting notes

From Silk Road Teas

Matcha is a very finely ground green tea. Once ground, the powder is a vibrant green color. Whisked in hot water, the tea dissolves giving a thin, intensely green drink that has a distinctive grassy taste. Ours is an organic tea that is beautiful in color and very rich in taste and made in China. Brew this tea by mixing hot water and Matcha (approximately 1 part tea to 8 parts water) and then stir it briskly with a tea whisk for 30 seconds or so.

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I just had to try the matcha from Silk Road Teas. I guess this matcha is drinkable but definitely not of quality. Dull in both color and taste. I used various water temperatures ranging from 160-175. I think this would probably would be best for cooking/baking so I might have to try that instead. For now, I will stick to Pure Matcha. =P

Preparation
165 °F / 73 °C

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Having now tried a few more matchas i realize that this one isn’t very good. Really good matcha is crazy expensive so this is still a good value, but there definitely is a difference between the high quality Japanese matchas and this. This would be fine for cooking, but save the fancy stuff for drinking.

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