Instant Matcha Ginger Latte

Tea type
Matcha Tea
Ingredients
Not available
Flavors
Ginger, Sugar, Sweet
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Caffeine
High
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Not available
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Average preparation
Boiling 4 min, 15 sec 12 oz / 354 ml

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  • “Uh, so…. this packs a whallop of caffeine. Like, more than any matcha I’ve had (and I used to drink it constantly, it helped me to focus). It’s like the junk food of matcha...” Read full tasting note
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    MissB_Tea 1274 tasting notes
  • “My guy got me this at World Market not too long ago. When I need something sweet, I tend to go for this powdered drink mix. It’s like drinking candy. I know what I am paying for here, and...” Read full tasting note
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    thelastdodo 259 tasting notes
  • “an instant matcha powder, with mixed in sweetener, ginger and milk powder. Can be either served hot or cold. Ginger taste is quite overpowering, besides the fact that the resultant mixture is very...” Read full tasting note
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    ariane1 2 tasting notes

From Gold Kili

Hot serve: To one sachet of Matcha Ginger Latte, add 180mL of hot water. Stir and serve instantly.

Cold serve: To one sachet add 90mL of hot water. Stir evenly then add ice to serve.

Ingredients: Creamer (42%) (glucose syrup, hydrogenated vegetable oil, palm oil), powdered skim milk (phosphate dipotassium, sodium dioxide, beta carotene, mono and di -glycerides), powdered ginger (26%) (ginger, glucose, cane sugar, honey, fructose), sugar, green tea powder, powdered matcha (1.5%), aroma.

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1274 tasting notes

Uh, so…. this packs a whallop of caffeine. Like, more than any matcha I’ve had (and I used to drink it constantly, it helped me to focus). It’s like the junk food of matcha – comes pre-packaged, has a ton of ingredients that shouldn’t be in there including glucose (twice) and hydrogenated oils, you name it. Yet the ginger zing really, really came out in this – almost like a ginger latte more than a ginger matcha latte. Guilty pleasure, just maybe not so late (2pm) in the day, because it’s 9pm now, and I feel very weird. Not good. Definitely the matcha.

Flavors: Ginger, Sugar, Sweet

Anlina

I love Gold Kili’s Ginger Latte and Ginger Drink but I’ve never seen any of their products with matcha in them for sale near me. It sounds really tasty.

I could probably just make my own, with a packet of ginger drink (which has very few ingredients) a spoon of matcha and some cream.

MissB

I would say that would be a healthier option? Lol. Found this in an Asian grocery store in ixelles, Belgium.

DeliriumsFrogs

It sounds like the ‘instant ramen’ version of ramen! (Which means, I’d be totally down with it, in an ’I’m just going to inhale this food and not pay attention to the ingredient label, because, gosh darn it, I want this right now!’, sort of way. lol )

Indigobloom

Oh man I bet this would be divine with a splash of honey! Unless it’s already almost too sweet

MissB

That’s exactly it DeleriumsFrogs! Indigobloom, would you believe it has honey in it already? It’s very, very sweet. Still tasty!

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My guy got me this at World Market not too long ago. When I need something sweet, I tend to go for this powdered drink mix. It’s like drinking candy. I know what I am paying for here, and this is no Koicha. (or usucha for that matter.) As for the ginger aspect, it is quite strong. I love ginger in all of it’s forms, and I am not afraid of the intensity of this. The flavor tries it’s best to drown out all trace of ‘tea,’ but to no avail.
For more than 6 oz. of water though, I usually double up the packets. It gets watery too easily.

Flavors: Ginger, Sugar

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an instant matcha powder, with mixed in sweetener, ginger and milk powder. Can be either served hot or cold. Ginger taste is quite overpowering, besides the fact that the resultant mixture is very green, matcha flavor is not easily discovered. Is rather sweet, reminds me somewhat of condensed milk. I consider this more a sort of warm softdrink rather then tea. I imagine this would be great for a sore throat.

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Boiling 0 min, 15 sec

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