Cranberry Matcha

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  • “Got a text from my friend Helen yesterday afternoon asking if I wanted to go to an Asian vegan dinner night w/ some of her friends. I like my poultry as well as dairy products so I've never had a...” Read full tasting note
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    Cofftea 865 tasting notes
  • “Enjoying a chawan of this today. This one may just very well be my favorite of the three flavored matcha teas that were released from 52Teas recently. The flavor of the cranberry is rich and...” Read full tasting note
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  • “My first ever matcha experience! And I get to try Franks flavored matcha's thanks to AmazonV! I tried using 1/4 tsp with 6 oz water that was 180F and whisked it with my metal wisk. The...” Read full tasting note
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  • “ Steep Information 1: Amount: 1/4 tsp Water: 8 ounces filtered 180°F Tool: Aerolatte Served: Hot Tasting Notes 1: Dry Leaf Smell: vegetal, fruity, tart Steeped Tea Smell: vegetal Flavor:...” Read full tasting note
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From 52teas

After some trial and error, we’ve perfected the recipe for not one, not two, but THREE brand new flavored matcha blends. Here is the third; and I apologize to our email subscribers for the multiple emails today, but this is an exception, not the rule.

We used up all of the stock of matcha we had in creating these blends so be forewarned, this is a limited edition blend; when it’s gone, it’s gone.

Here’s our premium matcha blended with real dried cranberry juice and natural flavors. YUM.

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At 52teas.com, you will find unique, hand-blended artisan loose leaf teas: a new limited edition creation every week of the year. We pride ourselves on offering truly unique, one-of-a-kind tea blends that you won’t find anywhere else.

12 Tasting Notes

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Got a text from my friend Helen yesterday afternoon asking if I wanted to go to an Asian vegan dinner night w/ some of her friends. I like my poultry as well as dairy products so I’ve never had a completely vegetarian, much less vegan, meal but I decided to jump in. My head started to spin… I was still in my pjs and needed to be completely ready in 2 hrs… what to bring? I didn’t have means or even the time to go grocery shopping… Tea! So I went to my tea stash trying to figure out what to bring. Didn’t want tea bags (didn’t have any anyway). I have no paper filters. That means I need to take my ingenuity. But I didn’t want to limit everyone to once choice and I didn’t want to dump leaves after just one use to give people a choice… hmmm… Then It hit me. DUH! This is asian night! Matcha! I brought all the matcha I have Lupicia’s, and 52teas cranberry, strawberry, apple, banana, and mandarin. Yes it went with the theme, but I admit I was nervous about bringing matcha. I bring tea to EVERY party I go to and mostly it gets left un touched. I admit that I take that more personally than I really should and matcha is even more off the wall than your average tea so my worries increased. Luckily, this is a very amazing and unusual conglomeration of people and the matcha went over REALLY well! I’m not sure what everyone had, but I heard cranberry and mandarin a couple times- a couple of the guys even had 2 mugs! The preparation was less than authentic- 1tsp in 8oz of hot water served in coffee mugs… but some of us did stir the matcha w/ chop sticks instead of a western utensil so I think that made up for it. I had the cranberry which is why I’m logging it here. Oh, and the food was wonderful and I didn’t leave hungry- it definitely wasn’t a “here, have a salad” type of night!

Sarah Ruthven

Sounds like a fun night. So I want to get into Matcha but I really don’t know how to pick a good one? Honestly I did not even know it could be flavored until reading this? What do you look for or hoep to taste in a good Matcha?

Cofftea

If it’s unflavored the color of the powder should be bright green- the brighter the color, the brighter the flavor. The flavor of the matcha itself in Frank’s blends is more subdued, but are AMAZING! I very strongly suggest picking up one of each before they are sold out and gone forever. I also suggest looking for the words “organic” and “ceremonial grade”. I love all the matcha’s from Den’s tea (I even got my matcha set from them)… all their offerings are amazing though!

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Enjoying a chawan of this today. This one may just very well be my favorite of the three flavored matcha teas that were released from 52Teas recently. The flavor of the cranberry is rich and really complements the matcha flavor very well. The matcha is sweet, vegetative and just a little bitter, while the cranberry is also sweet and just a little tart. It’s an interesting combination that my palate finds quite scrumptious.

Cofftea

I have got to find a way to bring out the cranberry more… not today though, not feeling well.

LiberTEAS

The cranberry flavor is very abundant in my chawan.

LiberTEAS

or perhaps I should say “was” very abundant in my chawan… as the matcha is now gone!

Cofftea

The only way I can seem to bring it out is w/ orange juice. Maybe I got a faulty packet lol

Cofftea

Haha yes, matcha vanishes way too fast.

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My first ever matcha experience! And I get to try Franks flavored matcha’s thanks to AmazonV!

I tried using 1/4 tsp with 6 oz water that was 180F and whisked it with my metal wisk. The matcha almost instantly blended with the water into this deep olive green. I smell a faint cranberry with the green tea, but like Cofftea, I can’t find the flavor in the hot matcha. There is a slightly sweet flavor, which could be from the cranberry flavor. I may have to try this with cold water, or in a smoothy, or some of the other ways matcha can be had.

Cofftea

I can’t even find it w/ 1tsp/8oz… that’s a bit of matcha! But yay for 1st matcha experiences! Are you going to take advantage of his special and buy a (or 3 lol) full pouch?

Cofftea

oops I meant tiny bit, but obviously my effort to make tiny tiny in size made it disappear.

Meghann M

I think I will take advantage of the sale, as long as some of the teas I enjoy are available Friday!

First matcha experience was alright…I think I may get some OJ tomorrow to try James Bond style. Have you tried it with cold water at all? Or any Matcha with just cold water? Curious to see if that would work James Bond style.

Cofftea

I have… and it’s just not my thing. A flavored SoBe Lifewater is pretty good- although that’s sweetened and I feel the need to add lemon or lime juice and matcha just to make it not too sweet. On the flip side it makes a great flavored matcha lemonade. You could also make a frozen lemonade (or limeade which is what I prefer) by using plain matcha and blending it w/ frozen unsweetened fruit in place of ice. Mom bought me a regular size bottle of Raspberry V8 Fusion + tea so I’m gonna add matcha to that a bit later. Stay tuned for that:)

LiberTEAS

I am surprised that you’re not getting the cranberry. I get a lot of cranberry flavor in my chawan!

Meghann M

@liberteas, how much matcha do you use per what quantity of water? Maybe I’m not using enough per liquid. I can’t wait to see how the flavor comes out in the banana and apple. I may have to combine cranberry apple as I loved Ocean Spray’s cran-apple light. I think I may get a chasen soon too…so much tea ware I’d like to purchase…

Cofftea

Idk how much LiberTEAS uses, but I use 1tsp/8oz water for flavored matchas… I’m actually shocked you get any flavor at all out of that tiny amount:)

Meghann M

I think I actually used a 1/2 teaspoon. I couldn’t find one that was smaller like the matcha scoops seemed to be. I think I’ll experiment after work this afternoon if I’m not too exhausted.

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Steep Information 1:
Amount: 1/4 tsp
Water: 8 ounces filtered 180°F
Tool: Aerolatte
Served: Hot

Tasting Notes 1:
Dry Leaf Smell: vegetal, fruity, tart
Steeped Tea Smell: vegetal
Flavor: vegetal, chalky, maybe a hint of fruit?
Body: Full
Aftertaste: chalky
Liquor: dark opaque olive green

Added another 8 ounces of water and blended, weaker, barely any flavor.

Steep Information 1:
Amount: 1 tsp
Water: 8 ounces filtered 180°F
Tool: Aerolatte
Served: Hot

Tasting Notes 2:
Dry Leaf Smell: vegetal, fruity, tart
Steeped Tea Smell: vegetal
Flavor: vegetal, grassy
Body: Full
Aftertaste: a little fruity
Liquor: dark opaque olive green

I added white sugar, a lot and it became a weird sweetened grassy fruity drink/

I have come to the conclusion I don’t like grassy green teas, and most green teas taste grassy to me.

I tried an assortment of amounts from 1/8 tsp – 1tbl in varying amounts of water and juices.

This was smooth, not bitter, hints of cranberry that I wish were stronger.

images: http://amazonv.blogspot.com/2010/09/52teas-loose-leaf-green-tea-cranberry.html

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