I just finished my smoothie: banana, frozen strawberries and yogurt + some of this powdered green tea. YUM!
“I just finished my smoothie: banana, frozen strawberries and yogurt + some of this powdered green tea. YUM! ” Read full tasting note
“Powdered sencha is pretty much considered "ghetto" matcha, since *real* matcha uses tencha leaves that are given extra shading. This one breaks the formula a little bit for being a powdered...” Read full tasting note
“sencha character in a matcha powder. Walker Tea Review #286. Score=89” Read full tasting note
Matcha-Style Powdered Green Tea is made from the same yabukita tea plant varietal as our other fine greens. The finished tea is finely milled to produce a smooth, silky powder that dissolves easily in hot or cold water.
The infusion is incredibly tasty — rich and earthy but less bitter than conventional matcha, and slightly sweet.
To brew hot, use the provided measuring spoon to add a small spoonful to a cup or mug filled with hot water. Mix briskly and enjoy. To brew cold, add one or two small spoonful to a bottle or other sealable container, seal, then shake briskly.
(Some settling may occur in cold-brewed tea. When that happens, simply shake the tea again.)
You can even incorporate green tea into your culinary life—simply sprinkle a spoonful onto any dish right before eating, or add it during the cooking process, for a delightful, tasty touch of green tea goodness.
Each resealable packet contains 95 grams of powdered tea, enough to make literally gallons and gallons of brewed tea.
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Powdered sencha is pretty much considered “ghetto” matcha, since real matcha uses tencha leaves that are given extra shading. This one breaks the formula a little bit for being a powdered tamaryokucha (or curly green tea); probably the only type of sencha I’ll ever drink again.
The flavor is slightly grassy, but also possesses a melon-like note similar to a white tea, and ends on a sweet (if vegetal) finish. It may not be top-o’-the-line matcha, but it’s a high grade substitute. After my review sample, I actually had to buy a batch. I think it’ll last me four months or so.