The expensive ones taste nice, but the price doesn't make it suitable for everyday drinking. The cheap ones taste like garbage from my own experiences with it (I've been served stuff like pic related in tea stores)
>>7241888 Matcha is pretty good provided you enjoy vegetal flavors. Lower grade matcha tends to have more bitterness, while higher grade has a more naturally sweet aftertaste. I kinda like the cheaper, more bitter kind in place of coffee sometimes.
its like any tea, you can be autistic if you want, but most people wont be able to tell the difference between high & low quality. ive been trying to improve my palate for years, & its still hard to pick up on flavors.
green tea is great to cleanse the palate, and its very inoffensive, great if youre sick. matcha is just another way to obsess, buy it if you want, if you learn you dont like it, then you shouldnt feel compelled to have it in the future
Actual matcha <$20/oz is good, and not that expensive ( you use a gram at a time ) but it is a pain in the ass to prepare since you need the special whisk. It's not really for daily drinking and more intended for special occasions/company
For an everyday tea, just regular loose-leaf sencha is good. For special occasions get some gyokuro, which is really nice, and still a lot cheaper than matcha. (Don't ruin it by pouring boiling water over it though, gyokuro is the best around ~65 degrees.)
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