Palau Peach

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Legend says an elderly couple, while strolling in the countryside, discovered a small boy inside a peach. Upon opening the fruit, the revealed little man explained he was sent from heaven— they named him Momotaro, or “peach-son,” and he’s been an integral part of Japanese folklore ever since. His most famous exploit involved defeating a giant ogre, with the help of a monkey, a dog, and a pheasant. Jade Monk® matcha and Momotaro offer a slightly more peaceful experience with their Palau Peach flavored matcha green tea, a fragrant, refreshing breeze of fruit. Standing guard behind the sublime flavor are abundant polyphenols and the mind-calming effects of Jade Monk®, the “meditation tea.” Not bad for a boy found inside a peach!

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4846 tasting notes

This is a bit different than I was expecting. It is definitely PEACH, which I was expecting, and there is definitely green tea. But this reminds me more of a green tea power drink than a typical matcha. It isn’t quite as creamy as a matcha, and it doesn’t froth up like matcha.

But that doesn’t mean it’s not tasty. It is sweet and deliciously peachy! I do wish that there was no stevia in this, but I am glad that the cane juice manages to curb the taste of the stevia somewhat. I don’t really like the funky taste of stevia, but other than that, I am enjoying this.

It tastes a bit more like a sports drink or punch than it does matcha … more like a green tea made for people who typically don’t like green tea but still want the benefits of green tea, if you know what I mean. That doesn’t make it bad, it just makes it a bit different. Not your typical Matcha… for the other three flavors of this that I have, though, I think that I will use cold water instead of hot, because I think it’s better chilled.


I don’t like stevia hot either…bitter taste.


This sounds really interesting! I think I’ve seen their website before, but the tea wasn’t available last time I was there.


Where did you find this?! I’ve had their website bookmarked for a year! But they’ve never had it available for sale.


They sent it to me to review. :)


Although the base is, indeed, matcha, we’re not trying to appeal to the tea connoisseur or matcha purist, but rather make an economical, palatable, and quickly consumed beverage for the general consumer and on-the-go people (no need to go through the traditional mixing method of matcha….mix in cold water and enjoy). Matcha is an acquired taste and does not typically appeal to the general consumer. Because of this, our goal was to balance the flavor and sweetness while providing the benefits of this great tea, thus making it more mainstream. You mention stevia in your post – we set out with the goal not to overload our drinks with tons of useless sugar (America has one of the highest levels of obesity and Type II diabetes which is primarily caused by the high sugar consumption we now face) while at the same time appealing to the sweet tooth in everybody.
With all this in mind, please try to enjoy the product in cold water as well and approach it not from a tea connoisseur’s viewpoint but rather the general consumer.

We look forward to the readers of this blog trying it themselves. Use the promo code ‘try10’ for 10% off your first order.

Jade Monk


Thank you for commenting @JadeMonk – I agree with you and your reasons for wanting to minimize the amount of sugar that you put in these drink mixes and I commend you for that … and if I had to choose between stevia and other low cal sweeteners (aspartame, for example), I’d choose stevia, because I am allergic to aspartame. And after trying the cranberry blood orange flavor as a cold drink, I do agree that it is much better served this way. The stevia tastes less funky.

I do understand and appreciate the consumer you’re trying to reach with this product, and if it gets more people liking tea, in whatever form it might be … all the better!

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There is no way I will have time to make it to #10 – DRAT!
I gotta jet!


Which is great because I have to keep on keepin’ on until late this evening…part two of my ‘job’ – busiest time of the year. The BEST part of this Matcha Choice is THIS Matcha says it’s like drinking SEVEN cups of Green Tea! Woooot!!!!

This smells like REAL Peach…sweet and juicy Pennsylvania Peaches, perhaps???

This has the same ingredient list as the other Jade Monk Mix I tried the other day…after closer examination…all of their flavors do…but…this DOES taste a lot different than the Chai! I wasn’t too hot on their chai, if you remember. This one…I think the Stevia and Cane works MUCH better with this flavor vs that chai.

In away this tastes a little like Sour Patch Kids or like candies…I remember a vegan gummy-oh that was peach…that’s what this reminds me of!

Yeah…I like the Stevia and sweetener MUCH better in this one. Azzrian tempted me with Peach earlier and I had to cave and try this. Glad I did. I agree with Liberteas that it’s not a straight matcha but a noveltea matcha or like a power drink with sweetener.

Depending on how tomorrow goes I might have to do round TWO of MATCHA-THON!



Oh wow this is interesting too! MATCHA MADNESS!!!


At this point, what do you want to bet she probably typed this review in about 7 seconds. I also bet Sheldon in his Flash suit couldn’t keep up :)


zoom zoom zoom zoom zoom … maybe Sheldon in his Flash suit after drinking coffee.


With matcha, wouldn’t it be whisk, whisk, whisk, whisk, WHOOSH? ;)


LOL @ K S & gmathis

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787 tasting notes

The package promised energy… Lots of it. I’m still waiting for the energy, but it hasn’t been that long since I drank it. It has a natural peach taste that has an artificial edge or tang to it. Weird. The match part didn’t seem that impressive, but it did t have much of a chance to shine out from under the overwhelming peach. It was way too sweet and has that gross stevia taste hidden in there. It didn’t mix very well in the hot water I used. Even after I stirred it a bunch of it settled down to the bottom and made for an intense and difficult last couple of sips. I like the packaging tho. It has an interesting dragon on the package which drew me it, but it’s not going to be anything I seek out again.

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They had small trial pouches of these for sale at my fresh market and I thought I’d give this a whirl! I was surprised that the first ingredient was sugar. There were also no instructions, so I simply mixed it with cool water. The peach itself is very tasty and aromatic. I was surprised how juicy it was! But this does not taste much like matcha and that’s a real shame. The chicory is weird and keeps reminding me that there are additives to the mix. I’m very iffy about this one for now.

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