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Matcha Green Tea Latte/Frappe Mix

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  • “As I said, I am running dangerously low on my Strawberry Matcha and my Mandarin Matcha - going to have to reorder soon, but trying to go through my other Matcha stashes before I get to that...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Just made a super-sweet dessert shake using this. I mixed milk, a very ripe banana, some egg custard powder, and a scoop of this in a blender. It came out very sweet so I'll probably forgo the...” Read full tasting note
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From Mighty Leaf Tea

Create your own green tea latte, frappe or smoothie at home with our Matcha Green Tea Latte & Frappe Mix. Easy and convient to make, simply add the green tea powder mix to milk or soy milk. Heat on stovetop or with espresso machine steam maker for green tea latte, or blend with ice for smoothie and frappe.

Ingredients: Matcha green tea powder, sugar, pectin

Matcha is premium green tea powder made in Japan from the whole green tea leaf. Traditionally whisked with water and consumed entirely unlike loose tea leaves, Matcha provides a more concentrated degree of green tea antioxidants, vitamins, minerals and chlorophyll. Containing high amounts of L-theanine, a natural amino acids found almost exclusively in green tea, Matcha is known to help provide energy while relaxing the mind.

Green tea powder mix in 4 oz. bag

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Mighty Leaf Tea was born for the sole purpose of infusing life into an ancient indulgence by creating tea products that reach new heights of quality and innovation. Our passion is creating the most incredible handcrafted tea blends found anywhere, globally sourcing the finest ingredients available. Paralleling the highest standards of quality at Mighty Leaf Tea is ongoing creative innovation.

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As I said, I am running dangerously low on my Strawberry Matcha and my Mandarin Matcha – going to have to reorder soon, but trying to go through my other Matcha stashes before I get to that point.

I have a decent sized bag of this, because it comes as a mix in 4 ounces. Honestly, this mix is fantastic alone, slightly sweet, nice and frothy and creamy, using just water – You almost get a shake when you make it with milk, and if you use orange juice you get an orange creamsicle matcha shake. All versions are delicious, but I am using it in my protein shake still. Since it is not straight matcha, I tend to use more.

2 scoops Vanilla Dream Protein Powder (use the included scoop)
2 scoops Matcha Latte Mix (it comes with a scoop also)
8 ounces of milk

This is very thick, yet goes down very easily. The vanilla mixes well with the Latte Mix and matcha flavors, though it seems I am missing the added boost of flavor I get from either strawberry or mandarin orange. I should look into adding a fourth ingredient for some extra hidden flavor if I continue to use this.

Enjoy!

Cofftea

Cinoi, before you run out w/ either- you must try them blended together in a drink. I suggest just plain water.

Cinoi

Cofftea, will do…

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Just made a super-sweet dessert shake using this. I mixed milk, a very ripe banana, some egg custard powder, and a scoop of this in a blender. It came out very sweet so I’ll probably forgo the custard powder next time, or use less. This would probably be better with ice, too. I’m actually going to try and make a banana matcha custard out of this…I wonder if it will work.

Ricky

Try it and let us know how it goes? =P

So this is how you’re using up all that matcha =P

S

Hehe! Well, so far, I microwaved it (it’s cook and chill custard powder) and it exploded all over my poor microwave :O but it smells sooooo good. Like green tea bananas foster, or something :)

Cinoi

the latte/frappe mix also has sugar in it, sometimes if one of the smoothies or blends turns out to be too sweet you can switch to regular matcha to reduce the sweetness. this sounds like a great idea :) let us know how it turns out!

Ricky

Aww poor microwave indeed. Hey at least now the inside smells amazing… er until it spoils.

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