Flavoured matcha you say? Oh, dear!
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I have observed a trend among some matcha drinkers recently. They are buying lots of artificially flavoured matcha powders that taste like desserts, fruits & like a number of other things, such as other types of teas. There are several hundreds of flavoured teas in the market already. I guess it was a matter of time until we got flavoured matcha powders too. Oh dear!
These flavoured powders, come wrapped up in highly visually appealing containers that indeed look good & therefore attract people with their bright colours & often times, sleek designs. They gravitate around those flavoured powdered teas like people with a sweet tooth would do around the best cake shop around. I like to mix all sort of ingredients with tea, yes I am completely guilty, I am all up for innovation. However, I also have my limits & artificially flavoured tea, no matter its type, is a no for me. I don’t see the point.
WHY? YOU MIGHT WONDER!
BUT SOME OF YOU MIGHT BE ON YOUR TEA EXPLORING PHASE STILL
OK, SO CHEAPER & LOW QUALITY, BUT HEALTHY STILL, RIGHT?
BUT I LIKE IT!
NOW YOU CAUGHT MY ATTENTION. TELL ME MORE!
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