Sencha/Matcha

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Green Matcha Blend
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  • “I was quite surprised by this tea! I wasn’t expecting much for a Wegman’s brand loose leaf that involved matcha, but this is one I always keep stocked on my shelf along with some more...” Read full tasting note
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    bekawithak 24 tasting notes
  • “Wegmans is a pretty impressive company…quite a few options for good quality inexpensive loose leaf and bagged teas. Last time I was visiting my sister in Virginia, I bought their Tomo Sencha, and...” Read full tasting note
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    michaeljpuglisi 87 tasting notes

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I was quite surprised by this tea! I wasn’t expecting much for a Wegman’s brand loose leaf that involved matcha, but this is one I always keep stocked on my shelf along with some more top shelf teas.

Any time I remove the lid, I HAVE to take a big whiff. The smell is quite deep and creamy, and not at all ‘dry’, with lots of vegetal fragrance to go along. While it’s not a ‘true’ match experience, I absolutely love having the powder mixed in. The result is a wonderful ‘any time of day’ tea that has the lovely grassy taste that just barely comes in second to the creamy, substantial matcha.

I had some genmaimatcha from Wegman’s also laying around, and tried experimenting with blending the two – with fantastic results! So, admittedly, my jar of Sencha/Matcha has been combined with its rice-inclusive sibling. Overall, just great for the price!

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Wegmans is a pretty impressive company…quite a few options for good quality inexpensive loose leaf and bagged teas. Last time I was visiting my sister in Virginia, I bought their Tomo Sencha, and was pleasantly surprised. This tea is also very good. It’s a smooth and creamy sencha/matcha mix, vegetal with no bitterness. Sometimes I like bitterness, like with the sencha from Yamamotoyama, but I think I prefer this one. Gyokuro is still on top, when it comes to green teas, but this is a nice inexpensive alternative.

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