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Red Matcha from Pure Matcha

March25

Tea Type: Matcha (Rooibos Base)

Where To Buy: Pure Matcha

Product Description:

Rooibos, which is grown deep in the heart of South Africa, is a deeply rich, aromatic, and flavorful tea. Naturally caffeine free and full of anti-oxidants and vitamins. 47% more than any green tea. Our Rooibos is stone ground into the finest powder. Allowing you to consume the whole leaf, just like traditional Matcha. By consuming the leaf, you absorb almost 10 times more anti-oxidants and vitamins than the regular method of drinking Rooibos, where the leaves are removed after brewing. This results in a stronger, richer, and naturally sweet flavor you will never forget. Our 100% Rooibos Powder will leave your body and mind completely revitalized and rejuvinated.

Tasters Review:

I’ve had 2 other Rooibos Based Matcha Powders and I have enjoyed both of them.  Red Matcha from Pure Matcha is just as good!   It’s a plain rooibos base into a powder so there is no flavoring to really comment on other than it DOES smell and taste exactly like  Rooibos and what you think it would and should smell and taste like.

The thing that really stands out here is the QUALITY.  It’s top-notch as far as Rooibos quality goes.

In matcha form the rooibos is very clean tasting but semi-murky in the water…it looks like a latte, however, and that makes sense!

It’s smooth and sweet and I think it’s very good!  I  can only assume that red matcha’s – among other matchas – will grow in popularity…I’m hoping for a WHITE MATCHA soon…if you know of one…let us know!!!

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