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So Red Leaf Tea posted that they were coming out with a whole bunch of new flavors. So everyone got to vote for which new matcha flavor would be first to come out and go on sale. The winner was Cookies and Cream. So when I saw this i was so excited and just had to pick some up to try for myself. How can anyone say no to cookies and cream. So this is the second matcha ive ever tried.

Now a little information before i review this. About 2 years ago I found out that I have a gluten allergie, so I cant eat cookies at all. So when I saw this flavor, I knew I needed it. I miss cookies so much! And gluten free cookies dont even begin to compare to regular cookies. I love when I see things like this, cause I can feel like I’m cheating on the no gluten diet and not get sick :)

So what I ordered was… Size: Small (30 grams), Quality: Basic Grade, Flavor: Delicate. This is where you can get it http://www.redleaftea.com/matcha-tea/cookies-and-cream-matcha.html . So this time I thoguht I’d try it as a iced latte first ( thanks to Azzrian for giving me her recipe, I tweeked it about but mostly its her recipe). So what I did was took 1 tsp of my cookies and cream matcha and put it through my sifter. Added 2 oz of hot water and started whisking away until its all was blended. Added ice to my glass, then mixed about half a cup of milk into my bowl with the matcha. After everything was mixed together I poured it into my glass with the ice. Mixed once more a viola! Iced Cookies and Cream latte. Its tastes as great as it sounds. I found it a little bit bitter so I added half a packet of splenda to see if that would help and yum! Yup defitly not as bitter now. I wouldnt say it taste exactly like cookies , but hey cookies dont have matcha in it, so for a matcha flavor definitly a great flavor! Its got a nice sweet creamy flavor. I find with this one I dont taste the matcha as strongly as I do in the caramel matcha, but im not complaining at all both are amazingly delicious. But I think I prefer this one over the caramel one.

For all you gluten allergie or sensitivite people, this didnt make me sick at all. On the ingredients list it just says cookies and cream flavor, so I wasnt to sure if any of the ingredients would have gluten in it. But so far so good.

Terri HarpLady

Nice review, Cedes! I’m waiting for my first flavored Matcha, Caramel, to come. It’s a real walk on the wild side for me (I’ve only ever had Matcha plain, which I love), but I’m looking forward to the adventure. Re: the gluten free topic, I’ve found a few really fun paleo/gluten free sites, one of them being www.againstallgrain.com I can’t really much sweet stuff either, but I have made a few of her recipes (the meringues…ahhhh…& a few muffins…& her bread is interesting & doesn’t have a bunch of crap in it like most gluten free breads).

Cedes

Oh congrats on coming on the matcha train. You will be hooked! The caramel was the first I tried as well and now I need all of them. I will need to try some of these recipes, thanks so much! I find it hard to find good gluten free food that doesn’t taste like dust or have no taste at all.

Nik

Cedes, do you like snickerdoodles? I got these gluten-free snickerdoodles, once, that were fantastic. As a result, I think would feel comfortable trying other products from the same company. It’s been a while since I had them, but I think it was this one: http://www.enjoylifefoods.com/soft-baked-cookies/snickerdoodle/

Cedes

I’ve never had a snickerdoodle. Ill look into the company thanks!

ashmanra

Olivenation.com has a lot of gluten free foods, too. Fast, cheap shipping and I got great service from them.

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Terri HarpLady

Nice review, Cedes! I’m waiting for my first flavored Matcha, Caramel, to come. It’s a real walk on the wild side for me (I’ve only ever had Matcha plain, which I love), but I’m looking forward to the adventure. Re: the gluten free topic, I’ve found a few really fun paleo/gluten free sites, one of them being www.againstallgrain.com I can’t really much sweet stuff either, but I have made a few of her recipes (the meringues…ahhhh…& a few muffins…& her bread is interesting & doesn’t have a bunch of crap in it like most gluten free breads).

Cedes

Oh congrats on coming on the matcha train. You will be hooked! The caramel was the first I tried as well and now I need all of them. I will need to try some of these recipes, thanks so much! I find it hard to find good gluten free food that doesn’t taste like dust or have no taste at all.

Nik

Cedes, do you like snickerdoodles? I got these gluten-free snickerdoodles, once, that were fantastic. As a result, I think would feel comfortable trying other products from the same company. It’s been a while since I had them, but I think it was this one: http://www.enjoylifefoods.com/soft-baked-cookies/snickerdoodle/

Cedes

I’ve never had a snickerdoodle. Ill look into the company thanks!

ashmanra

Olivenation.com has a lot of gluten free foods, too. Fast, cheap shipping and I got great service from them.

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Gosh I’m so horrible at these things. So my name is Cedes. I just recently started drinking tea. I pretty much like all the tea that I’ve tried.

I have 2 dogs that are rescued. I am a very big animal person.

My favorite tea at this very second would be dt banana nutbread. I like more fruity teas then plain teas. I’m not one for just regular tea.

The only tea place I’ve tried so far is davids tea. But hoping to try some new tea brands. My new thing is trying matcha. Got some coming in the mail. So yay to trying new tea!

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