Sweet Kyoto

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190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 45 sec

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This is a unique blend of green tea and matcha, flavored with powdered soybeans and rich brown sugar.

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6770 tasting notes

I thought those were soy beans! Neat! (Unless you are allergic to Soy – I am not, tho)

Special thanks to Liberteas YET AGAIN :)

The Brown Sugar is amazing in this! And I don’t usually like sugar in my teas but the way they did it within the actual tea – WOWZA! Perfect!

There is certainly a caramel likeness – must be that Brown Sugar!

I do agree with Liberteas on this – there isn’t much/any matcha powder but I do taste the notes!

I really like this! It was much better than I imagined it would be :) YUM!


On my shopping list! I love Lupicia!


I have been afraid of this for some reason but I might need to try it!

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Thank you to Stephanie for sending me a sampling of this tea! I’m so happy I get to try it.

The dry leaf has a sweet aroma – sort of like a creamy caramel scent. YUM!

It doesn’t really look like there is much matcha in it, because I’m not seeing a lot of powdery green dust on the dry leaf. The brewed tea is slightly cloudy which indicates that there is possibly some matcha in it.

I can taste the matcha in the flavor from the slight bittersweet flavor that is in the cup. It’s faint, but it’s there.

This tea is a very interesting one. It has a sort of burnt sugar flavor to it that I’m liking… it is an interesting contrast to the sweet, fresh note from the green tea, and the bittersweet flavor from the matcha. I can also taste the soymilk-ish flavor that Stephanie described in her tasting note.

I like this.

185 °F / 85 °C 2 min, 30 sec

sounds interesting!


This does sound good!

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314 tasting notes

Just jotting down some quick notes:

Tastes like unsweetened soymilk!
Barest hint of molasses-like sweetness.
Green tea is a bit bitter and astringent. “Standard” green tea characteristic, I think.
Very toasty flavor. The scent is like roasted soybeans.
Strangely satisfying and refreshing, this morning.
Good choice!

190 °F / 87 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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