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This is a damn good matcha. So far, this is the first I’ve been able to make a decent Unkaku with. The powder is vibrant, soft, and well grounded. The scent is enticing. Its a sweet and vegetable with light floral tones. Its almost like a carnation scent. I placed some in my chawan and whisked it up. The drink was thick, foamy, and bright. I blessed my cup and drank. The flavor is explosive. It starts bitter and sharp with a hair tingling sensation. This smooths out to a textured floral and vine flavor. The complex flavor ends with a smooth honey and cream after taste. This was a wonderful brew. The matcha didn’t clump and get gritty at the end. It was a consistent texture experience. I am so happy to have finally found a great matcha. This is just in time for the Green/matcha TTB as well ;)
Flavors: Floral, Honey, Rainforest, Smooth, Vegetal
I’ve been in a Dianhong mood lately. This was my morning tea. This was a very unique brew. The leaves are massive long soft golden strands. They give off a milk chocolate and caramel aroma. I placed a bunch in my warmed gaiwan and shook them up. The aroma stayed consistent, but it deepens and the aroma of black cherry and graham cracker appeared. I washed these once and prepared brewing. The liquor itself is fairly light. This doesn’t have the classic deep red color. Instead, it stays a consistent bronze. The flavor is light as well. The initial sip was of malt chocolate, light wood, caramel, and honey. The funny thing is that this brew changes and becomes sweet and chocolaty. The flavor kinda reminds me of smores. This would be a nice hiking tea. This brew keeps the same light flavors. This was very tasty and great morning brew. The tea held up well against multiple steeping, and it was light on my stomach. I really enjoyed this morning session.
Flavors: Chocolate, Graham Cracker, Honey, Malt, Marshmallow, Wood
I needed something to get me going tonight, so I picked this out. I’ve never had Maca before. so this should be interesting. I prepared this like I would any other matcha. I brushed the dust of my tools and prepared brewing. The dry powder smells sweet and rich, but it’s very dull. This dust is a kind of faded and dried green. I whisked up a healthy portion. The taste was unique. This muddy green brew tasted sweet and earthy. The flavor was like oats, grass, and hay mixed with agave nectar. This stuff is powerful too. The end of the tea ceremony had me whizzing. My head is actually still buzzing, and it’s getting stronger and stronger. This was perfect for tonight, and I now feel ready for my Friday night. Thank you to this company for this awesome experience.
Flavors: Drying, Earth, Oats, Sweet