This is very hard to screw up and I LOVE that!
Had a few cups today!
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“Old but still decent. It was flavoured ‘robust’ so that’s probably why I can still taste the cherry despite it’s age. It spent most of it’s life in a sealed package in the freezer, but I’m trying...” Read full tasting note
Bordeaux cherry also popularly known as Burgundy cherry, is well loved for its sweet enriching taste. Adding Matcha’s neutralizing appeal makes it an excellent snack for many settings. Bordeaux cherry Matcha is a sweet tasting drink with a Matcha twist that makes it deliciously different from the more ordinary sweet drinks available. Within its dark depths lies the promise of satiation for those with sweet teeth irrespective of their age group.
Among the dark colored refreshment alternatives on many tables, Bordeaux cherry Matcha always draws many followers because of its rich dark coloring and sumptuous sweet aftertaste. Young children are drawn to its dark depths because it reminds them of the glories of dark snacks while adults are drawn to it because of its sweet resonance that has been balanced by Matcha’s light touch. Bordeaux cherry Matcha is also perfect when combined with many of life’s favorite deserts like jellies, ice creams and cakes.
In a gathering of either children or adults, this richly colored beverage draws attention to itself because of its understated hints of mouth-watering sweetness. Since it complements so many desert offerings, Bordeaux cherry Matcha can easily become a favorite on many tables irrespective of the setting. It can be taken as a warm sweet treat in cold weather and a cool refreshing snack in hot weather. Bordeaux cherry Matcha is the best refreshment choice for all the right reasons.
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Old but still decent. It was flavoured ‘robust’ so that’s probably why I can still taste the cherry despite it’s age. It spent most of it’s life in a sealed package in the freezer, but I’m trying to drink up my matcha, even if it doesn’t taste flavoured anymore. Thankfully this one does. I think I made the initial water a bit hot so it’s a teensy bit sharp tasting but otherwise good.
Made as a latte. Hopefully I’ll wake up now.