I have tried other kinds of Matcha teas before and I did find this one to be a lot less bitter than a culinary grade tea but I did enjoyed the White Matcha a great deal as a form of tea different from that of a regular bag.
This premium grade White Matcha, from Red Leaf Tea is thought to promote relaxation, is all-natural and unbleached - White Matcha is thought to also have some anti-wrinkle properties and, while I have no experience of that right now, I certainly like the idea!
Personally I prefer this tea over other Matcha teas that I have tried and it is particularly good in a Latte! A little goes a very long way and you really don't need a lot of it to make a decent cup.
There is a lot of history in Matcha tea, the process and enjoyment of it and I do like that I can enjoy it in this form in my own home.
I would say that if you are curious to try it then a small packet is more than enough to give you an idea of how much you enjoy it and Red Leaf Tea really does hit the spot.
I will give it a go for a while longer to get a good feel of any longer-term benefits and come back and update you all on that, but in the mean-time, it gets a thumbs up from me!
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