I highly recommend Imperial Matcha! It is two grades higher than Classic Matcha (the lowest grade Matcha at Red Leaf Tea) and one grade higher than Royal Matcha, meaning it is more flavorful and better than both of them, but it is one grade below Connoisseur’s Matcha and two below Emperor’s Matcha (the highest grade matcha available at Red Leaf Tea). It also has a strong taste that is similar to Izu Matcha. Furthermore, it is extremely nutritious because it is full of antioxidants and even helps control weight. I prefer it iced and make it by the pitcher to make it last, using one tablespoon of Imperial Matcha per pitcher (makes 3-4 large glasses). Like all other matcha’s, be sure to stir your glass, cup, or pitcher of Imperial Matcha with a whisk to make the little dry clumps of matcha dissolve because they taste very bitter. If you like it sweet (that is how I like it), it tastes better and sweeter with sugar than Sweet N’ Low. If you buy a flavored matcha from Red Leaf Tea like Caramel Matcha, you can choose Imperial Matcha to make it better. I will definitely buy Imperial Matcha again (it is my favorite matcha so far), and you can buy it at http://www.redleaftea.com/matcha-tea/imperial-matcha.html.

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My name is Justin. I have a B. A. in Communications with a Spanish minor from Dallas Baptist University (Class of ’13). I am currently working on my MBA in MISM at DBU. Also I work at my school on Grounds Crew. My interests include food, ultimate frisbee, bowling, working out, sports (hockey, basketball, football, and baseball). I drink A TON of tea, and at least 7 different ones, but matcha green tea is by far my favorite one! Some of the other teas I drink are passion fruit tea, black tea, Cinnamon Mint Vanilla tea from Pei Wei, and Mandarin Orange Green Tea from Pei Wei to name a few.



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