Matcha

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  • “I have been craving a cup of matcha since I watched that teashow.tv episode, but knowing that I really don't like the taste of the only matcha I can get my hands on, I had a look around for...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I'm rating this so highly because I'm a coffee person more than a tea person - and a creamy, bitter dose of caffeine to me is delectable. This is the only matcha I've had so I have no basis of...” Read full tasting note
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Matcha is produced by grinding gyokuro tea leaves into powder. Produced in Uji-shi Kyoto prefecture Japan, this premium matcha not only tastes delicious, it is high in antioxidants and vitamins.

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I have been craving a cup of matcha since I watched that teashow.tv episode, but knowing that I really don’t like the taste of the only matcha I can get my hands on, I had a look around for different ways of drinking it. Of course the answer lies in adding two of my favourite things: Milk and honey (not Frank Sinatra and Christmas, I’m not that insane). Whisking warm milk and matcha together with a spoonful of honey made for a delightfully creamy, less grassy, sweet and comforting cup. It definitely gave me the kick I needed to make it through the rest of today in one piece.

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I’m trying to find some matcha tea here in New Zealand, would you recommend this one (I can buy it in person) or that I order some? I’d probably mainly make matcha lattes :-)

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I’m rating this so highly because I’m a coffee person more than a tea person – and a creamy, bitter dose of caffeine to me is delectable. This is the only matcha I’ve had so I have no basis of comparison, but it’s bitter and grassy in the best way possible. Add a little brown sugar and cold milk and you have my new favourite iced drink!

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