Rather than being a deep shade of green, the dry leaf was incredibly pale in color. I've never seen a Japanese tea that looked quite like this.
Matcha can be hard to get right when you're first starting out. These are a few tips that will help make your matcha taste better.
I couldn't resist when Grace & Green offered samples of their organic matcha. In this post, I'm comparing three different grades.
Wenshan Mist was mellow with subtle hints of smoke. It would be an excellent choice for those that are not fans of grassy green teas.
I added matcha to my latest batch of homemade whipped cream when the craving struck for cheesecake. It’s the perfect mix of bitter and sweet!
Big Racoon is a semi-wild grown South Korean daejak from Tea Bento. It was roasty and sweet with a floral finish and just a hint of umami.