Besides Lipton yellow label it is the only tea tasting tea we have for free at work so I drink a lot of it. We have like 15 variants with fruit and crap too but that taste like liquid candy to me.
I do have matcha at home actually but I don't drink so much tea there and I have more varieties there as well as some good coffee beans and miso paste for miso soup so there is some competition whenever I want a hot beverage. I mainly drink those to stay away during work (which I am leaving for in 5 minutes).
It is an acquired taste but to be fair are many things that including coffee and beer.
To be honest don't I think it taste amazing either but I do have a good Japanese matcha tea that isn't bad at all. I am more into black teas but it isn't bad when eating sushi.
I ain't sure about what kind of matcha you tried though because while I can see what you mean about the grass clipping the Chinese all spice certainly isn't in my tea. But I am hardly an expert, I just got this tea when I ordered some imported Japanese stuff like rice (in my opinion is real Japanese rice by far the best in the world), it was on sale and I needed at least one green tea to have at home.
Today I had annual exam.The first exam was Mathematics today.The exam paper was interesting, they gave optional questions in 3 mark and 4 mark questions in the exam paper Unfortunately, I couldn't finish the Geometry part, the geometrical construction.
New defense policy
In order of to have a good defense is to have good allies. This particular order regards our leadership to find allies that match our goals and what we want to achieve. It a step to build a greater coalition.
I recently watched Spirited Away. I watched it once when I was much younger, but I don't remember much from then (I kinda have bad memory in general). In that way, I guess I was lucky enough to be able to watch such a masterpiece for the first time twice