drank Organic Matcha by DoMatcha
8 tasting notes

This matcha is serviceable, but costs too much for what you get for me to really recommend it. It tastes great blended, and that’s what I will be relegating it to. I will be writing up a more in-depth review on my blog regarding it. If you are looking for medium-grade matcha at a lower price to start, try ito en or Lupicia (specifically Ujitawara), or even Red Leaf Tea (look for unflavored as a start. Flavored matcha sounds like fun for dessert and blends).

170 °F / 76 °C 0 min, 15 sec 1 tsp 5 OZ / 147 ML

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I am a simple woman when it comes to my tastes. I have a big sweet tooth, and think I fall under the category of those who like sweet/savory flavors. Chocolate is my drug, before tea.

However, complex flavors have always interested me. Too bitter or too sour, though, and it will not keep my attention. Slightly bitter or slightly sour on top of sweet and/or savory, though, and it adds something to a drink or a dish! I’ve also begun to enjoy spiced and spicy flavors much more, as well. Licorice, however, is still not my friend.

I’m an artist, and a writer, with some tech savvy-ness.

I am new to the world of tea as an enthusiast, but I’ve casually enjoyed it off and on throughout my life. I can’t drink coffee due to anxiety and stomach sensitivities, but tea? Tea in the right quantities is luscious. I am also quite the fan of tisanes and blends. Scandalous, I know.

I’m enjoying the journey of learning. I’ve only just begun.


San Jose, CA

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