I write this on the verge of Spring, the verge of Iranian New Year (which coincides with the first day of spring, and depending on where you are, has already happened), and the verge of well I don’t know. I am of Iranian heritage by the way, yet was born here, but I just digressed. And I’ll stop now.
This has been some winter, some year already, and a whole lot of other things. Many I can’t describe, many that seem invisible and hard to comprehend, and some that need no explanation. Some things are just bigger than us.
As we approach Spring, we know this can be a time of rebirth, spiritual healing, rejuvenation, and all those other words that mean the same thing, but mean so much.
It’s a time that can mean so much…
As the days go longer, and our spirits are heightened, it’s a reminder how quick and fleeting this life is. I’m over three years into this blog, wondering but appreciating where all this time went. It’s a good thing. I’m fortunate to continue to do this, and hope that this will grow, flourish, and become something bigger than I can imagine. Just like the season. I know it’s coming.
I know things are good, they’ll only get better, and I believe it for myself and for those closest to me.
If they’re sounding familiar, it’s because I’ve written about them twice before since February, and I see them becoming a regular staple of this journey. Pukka has my heart, and I feel it understands me.
The Supreme Matcha Green was actually not what I was going to write about. A dear friend suggested I write about the Clean Matcha Green, but I looked far and wide (no not really haha), and while there was no luck, the signs were all their to write about something Supreme.
And supreme it is. It’s masterful.
Sometimes our superhero or are normal (whatever that means, it’s all relative) powers do run low and we need a reboot. This is the tea that’ll do it. And there’s nothing glamorous about it, which makes it fantastic to me. That’s just the way I want it.
It’s the combination of green teas from the great regions of the world, and the matcha powder that even though seems understated after each sip, you know it’s there. I couldn’t tell you what stands out in this tea, because in this instance, it doesn’t have to.
It’s a green tea that is just a cut above many green teas you’re going to have. I take it that the energy and soul behind this tea has a lot do with it. Pukka has a lot to be proud of as they have created something incredible, joyous, and it’s the quintessential tea for not just this season, but anytime you want.
But this is the kind of tea that can kickstart a season, your life, and your anything.
There’s just something so grandiose in the simplicity of this tea. Even if you’re not a fan of Matcha or how it tastes, I think this tea is going to change people’s minds and win hearts and spirits all over the place.
You may notice a sweet treat within this holiday display, and that’s merely for decoration. Well I did sneak a snack or two, but this tea doesn’t need anything. A lot can be paired with something, but teas like this are best sipped slowly and sipped on its own. This is one to savor my friends.
It’s heart, and sometimes it is only with the heart…
Happy Spring and Happy New Year to you! It’s going to be a good one!