Kukicha Tea

There are 18 reviews available for this category, for 7 different varieties.

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Maiko Tea Happiness Tea (Shiawasencha)

10/10  —  1 review
Teaviews Member: Nicole Nicole's review:
"This extra green blend was sweet and nutty without being vegetal or bitter."
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      10/10

Drink the Leaf Kuki Cha

9.2/10  —  2 reviews
Teaviews Member: Chelsy Chelsy's review:
"Exceptional Kuki Cha, fantastically light and wispy, and even overbrewed (when you make an oops) it is still dashingly wonderful. Raising my tea cup high up to Drink the Leaf's Kuki Cha."
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      10/10
Teaviews Member: Geoff Geoff's review:
"What always set kukicha apart from genmaicha - at least for me - was the sense of smoothness and subtlety."
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      8.4/10

Norbu Tea Sunpu Boucha

8/10  —  1 review
Teaviews Member: Sophie Sophie's review:
"Mocha, roasted barley and cinnamon notes all play prominent roles, creating a cup that is sweet, smooth and oh so decadent!"
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      8/10

Red Leaf Tea Kukicha Twig

8/10  —  1 review
Teaviews Member: Christine Christine's review:
"Has a nutty flavor, as Red Leaf's site suggests, and has absolutely no bitterness that I could detect, which is always a plus if you really don't like bitter."
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      8/10

Teavana Kuki Matcha Green Tea

7.5/10  —  3 reviews
Teaviews Member: Geoff Geoff's review:
"I pictured a homeless guy plucked from the streets and given new duds to sport. Problem was, no shoes were included with the outfit for walking."
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      6/10
Teaviews Member: Laura Laura's review:
"The Matcha provides a nice creamy taste and a bit of natural sweetness. The Kukicha seems to add an earthy component to the cup."
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      7.5/10
Teaviews Member: Numi Numi's review:
"A deep, energizing, and delicious morning or afternoon tea with Kuki Matcha. A great choice for project-oriented days."
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      9/10

Maeda-en Kuki-Cha Twig Tea With Matcha

7.3/10  —  6 reviews
Teaviews Member: Scott Scott's review:
"Both matcha and tea-twigs come together to make a very nice, nutty cup of tea."
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      8.3/10
Teaviews Member: Steven Steven's review:
"Drunk with sweets, it's quite enjoyable. In the raw, it makes much less sense."
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      6/10
Teaviews Member: Katie Katie's review:
"This is a very hearty and thick tea, causing me to feel as though I am drinking a meal rather than a beverage."
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      7.5/10
Teaviews Member: Vanessa Vanessa's review:
"When paired with my dessert, natural sweet notes came out and paired wonderfully with the mild grassiness of this tea. The sharp bitterness that I detected in my first sip was much reduced once I had a little sugar on my tongue. "
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      6.5/10
Teaviews Member: Lynn Lynn's review:
"The flavor is delightful— sweet and mellow with the lightest touch of bitter, and mildly astringent."
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      7.5/10
Teaviews Member: Troy Troy's review:
"Kukicha fortified with Matcha, which is almost as good as other fortified products of the less than sobriety inducing variety."
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      8/10

Boulder Tea Kukicha

6.3/10  —  4 reviews
Teaviews Member: Jenn Jenn's review:
"If you don't mind the slight bitterness, or perhaps astringent is a better term, this is an interesting tea that contains a good mix of different green flavors."
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      6.5/10
Teaviews Member: Troy Troy's review:
"The stems in this baggie are actually a wonderful addition. In short order they release a flavour with the leaves that is concentrated, and for lack of a better word, twiggy."
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      7/10
Teaviews Member: Dan Dan's review:
"Although interesting, and intriguing, my senses could not get past the "grass-like" texture and sight. A dusty, yet sweet-ish green, with highly vegetal notes."
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      4.5/10
Teaviews Member: Vanessa Vanessa's review:
"I would describe the flavor of this tea as primarily spinachy and secondarily brothy. There is an ever-so-subtle nutty element present as well, likely a contribution of the twigs. "
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      7/10

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