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Does anyone here come from a place where Matcha is a part of the culture?   

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Osheen Sharma
@Osheen.Sharma · Updated 04 Jul. 2021

This is purely a curiosity question because I've seen and heard a lot about Matcha in the last two years. I would like to know the opinion of individuals who grew up drinking it. I ask because chai is a pretty big part of my culture, and I see people drinking and talking about "chai tea lattes' all the time, except they're nothing like the chai that we actually drink here. 


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Marina
@M. · Updated 02 Jul. 2021

Hello.☺️

I got the chance to know how the original matcha tasted during a tea ceremony in high school. It was one of the most beautiful and unforgettable experiences in my life. I think most Japanese people love drinking matcha latte.

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Osheen Sharma
@Osheen.Sharma · Posted 04 Jul. 2021

That sounds amazing! I've never been to a tea ceremony before, and I'd love to go to one someday! Thank you for your answer!


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Ryotaro Kurazumi
@kura-gf-sxe10 · Updated 02 Jul. 2021

Hello. Matcha is a very familiar drink to Japanese people.

My relative has a tea ceremony instructor.  Authentic matcha is very deep.

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Osheen Sharma
@Osheen.Sharma · Posted 04 Jul. 2021

I did not know that there were tea ceremony instructors. I will definitely read more about tea ceremonies. Thank you for your answer!


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Kazuma Ninomiya
@Kazuma.Ninomiya · Updated 04 Jul. 2021

Hi, I'm from Kyoto, Japan, so I've grown up drinking Macha. 

Macha and chai as you know are totally different drinks. But we have some ways to drink except the way you drunk. If you have a chance to come to 

Japan, go try some Macha foods and drinks like in Starbucks!  

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Osheen Sharma
@Osheen.Sharma · Posted 04 Jul. 2021

I've always wanted to visit Japan. I'll surely try some matcha snacks as and when I can. Thank you so much for your answer.


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