Tropical Matcha

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Nothing combines the best of the East and the brightest in the tropics like an unforgettable Tropical Matcha treat. This is because, Tropical Matcha uses Eastern royalty’s light Matcha and combines it with an exotic platter of the best and most succulent tropical fruits. Tropical Matcha, in any setting is an instant crowd puller. Its sweet yet balanced taste can please the sweet-cravings of young children and also the acquired tastes of many adults. This delectable treat makes a statement wherever it is enjoyed.

In particularly hot summer climates, Tropical Matcha with its special blend of fruitiness can produce lip-smacking goodness. In cooler climates, this fine treat can provide the much needed lift and refreshment to turn a dull dour cold day into a more vivacious one. Tropical Matcha lends its exotic appeal to any special occasion where people are looking for a treat that is both exceptional and deliciously unforgettable.

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Thank you to Dexter3657 for sharing this with me!

Did it up like I did the other (eggnog) today, which was perfect: 1/4 tsp matcha, 1/3 cup heavy cream, a granule or two of sweetener. And… I got nothing. Zero smell, or flavor, nothing. Added another 1/8 of a tsp of matcha – still nothing. Another 1/8 of a teaspoon, and I can tell it’s matcha, however there’s zero tropical anything, for me.

Methinks this needs a stronger flavoring; I’m assuming it’s distinctive here. It’s good – hell, it’s matcha! – however it’s not tropical anything, sadly.


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Since I had such good luck with the Boysenberry matcha, I decided to try another fruit-y matcha. There are so many fruit flavors and I couldn’t pick one, so I went with this blend of tropical fruits called “Tropical Matcha”. I got the robust flavoring, as always, with just the basic matcha. When I first got a whiff of the matcha it smelled very fruity, almost candy sweet. Not sure what to expect.

Like before with my Boysenberry, I put 1/4 teaspoon in a water bottle a shook it up to give myself a nice fruity drink. The flavor is very light on this one. It tastes a lot like a fruit punch of some sort. It’s hard to specifically point out one type of fruit over another. If you’re a fan of punches, I’d definitely give this a try. Since I was having a hard time detecting the flavor, I added another 1/4 teaspoon. The flavor was a little stronger, but I didn’t really get that overly strong matcha taste, which is good. I bet tossing some sweetener in here would bring out the fruit taste even more.

While I don’t enjoy this quite as much as the Boysenberry, it’s another good chilled matcha that takes little prep work.

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