Black MatchaDNA Tea - Review


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Matcha DNA™ tea is organically grown and hand picked. It can been made as delicious tea, latte, martini or used in food like green tea ice cream and cooking.

Few people know that the current practice of drinking powdered tea in the Japanese tea ceremony is actually from the Song dynasty in China. It dates back to over 1,000 years ago. This practice was carried on in Japan and is now considered a pillar of Japanese culture. Today, once again high quality Matcha is being made in China.

The tea has a slightly different character than its Japanese counterpart. Both teas have a deep green color and thick, savory taste and texture. Both are high in EGCG and antioxidants. However, our Chinese MatchaDNA™ is smoother, without the bitterness, and has rich, smooth and fresh taste unlike any other!

I received this product for free in exchange for my honest opinion.

I will say this tea is unlike any other I've tried.  I generally make tea using either loose-leaf or bagged.  I have not ever had powdered tea.  I'm still not really sure how I feel about it.

I don't know that I felt more energetic or more focused than normal after drinking this tea.  It does have a good flavor and is a strong tea.  I was at first concerned it might be somewhat gritty since it's powdered, but it's not bad.  There will be some left in the bottom of your cup when you're done.  

On the whole this is a nice tea and I have liked drinking it.  I don't believe it's for everyone.  I would say many will enjoy it though.

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