Berry Matcha

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  • “Another hit for me from Red Leaf! Now I have to say that this is NOT as yummy and delicious for me as the caramel or the cheesecake matcha but it’s still what I’d hoped for when I ordered it....” Read full tasting note
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    Silaena 5241 tasting notes
  • “Well, at least this one is still tasty, especially between cups of the wild cherry black tea. Definitely still berry though it's acquired an softer colour from age. Not a sipdown yet, but a nice...” Read full tasting note
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    Starfevre 556 tasting notes
  • “Backlog: This is really refreshing served as an iced latte. It's also alright hot, but I really prefer this one chilled, and it's also good non-latte, but, I think that the milk adds a really...” Read full tasting note
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    LiberTEAS 4550 tasting notes

From Red Leaf Tea

For the ultimate experience with Mother Nature’s bountiful offerings, Berry Matcha makes the obvious choice. Filled with the unique goodness and sweet taste of selected berries combined with the unforgettable Matcha essence, Berry Matcha lends its wonderful taste into the palate. It can be the most natural choice to enliven favorite snacks or deserts like ice creams, smoothies, or syrups. The added flavor of choice berries gives these everyday treats a new exciting flavor and enhanced tanginess.

Ideal for bringing a new fruitiness to any treat, Berry Matcha is excellent for all members of the family. It is ideal in enhancing the fruit range for the growing family members and also consolidating the gains of older family members. Berry Matcha is also as an all-round treat anytime day or night for anybody who wants to experience Mother Nature’s special little gifts. It is especially ideal on special occasions where added choice and new expectations are especially appreciated.

Purchase here: http://www.redleaftea.com/matcha-tea/berry-matcha.html

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17 Tasting Notes

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Another hit for me from Red Leaf! Now I have to say that this is NOT as yummy and delicious for me as the caramel or the cheesecake matcha but it’s still what I’d hoped for when I ordered it.

My matcha order was the following:

Size : Small
Matcha Quality: Starter (Basic Grade)
Flavor: Robust

As usual I have Red Leaf’s small tins as well, to keep all of my matcha looking the same. I also love that you can peel the label off their bags to put on the tin! Saves me having to try and make my own label.
I ordered the Berry matcha specifically so that I could use it in my smoothies in the morning. We’re heading into winter here (although some would tell you we’re already in winter! But I refuse…I’m still wearing dresses to work with bare legs!). I want to be able to have that Berry taste all winter long instead of having to fumble with frozen fruit or paying up the wazooo for fresh fruit. I also ordered this one since it hasn’t been reviewed yet, and I was hoping to return the favour for Red Leaf by getting at least one review up.

I was a bit worried with the Robust flavouring because the Pear matcha I ordered was too strong in that flavouring, but this is alright!
As usual, cutting open the bag is always exciting for me. It’s that first whiff of the delicious things to come that keeps me wanting more lol I don’t know how to place this smell…it’s like a mishmash of fruit/sweet flavouring.

Soooo even though this was purchased to have in my smoothies, I opted to make a hot latte with this one. I wish I could say that its because that’s what I really wanted, but mostly it was because we didn’t have much in the house. Coming back from vacation on thanksgiving = no stores are open except the small convenience stores!

Now this MAY turn a few people off but I didn’t mind it. This matcha reminds me of the old school Flintstone vitamins that used to be around when I was growing up (are they still?). Kids used to eat them as candy, which of course was seriously expensive candy haha. I need to have this a few more times to figure out the balance of matcha to liquid that will make this perfect. However, I’m not disappointed! Really can’t wait till I can get groceries and make a proper smoothie with this one. Perhaps a Berry Caramel smoothie…. hmmmmm

Buy it here: http://www.redleaftea.com/matcha-tea/pear-matcha.html

Babble

I was SO going to order this, but I was torn on whether or not to because I wasn’t sure how it would smell. Even though I love berry, I already have the boysenberry and cherry, and I found the strawberry more candy sweet than anything else. Would you say this is on the candy side?

Sil

Let me get back to you on that rachel (along with the coffee review) heh. I have the black cherry at home that Im hoping to try tonight and it’ll give me a better sense of the sweet factor in comparision. I want to say no..but then it reminded me of flintstone vitamins which, i suppose in retrospect are kind of artificial and candy like.

Babble

All right. Let me know. By the way, I am waaaay too anxious for your coffee review. LOL.

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Well, at least this one is still tasty, especially between cups of the wild cherry black tea. Definitely still berry though it’s acquired an softer colour from age. Not a sipdown yet, but a nice hot latte.

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Backlog:

This is really refreshing served as an iced latte. It’s also alright hot, but I really prefer this one chilled, and it’s also good non-latte, but, I think that the milk adds a really nice component to give it a sort of “berries and cream” kind of taste that I really enjoyed.

Here’s my full-length review: http://sororiteasisters.com/2013/07/08/berry-flavored-matcha-from-red-leaf-tea/

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