Plum Matcha

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From Red Leaf Tea

Well-loved Plum Matcha with its invitingly sweet taste tempered by Matcha’s light velvety touch makes it an exceptional drink that can make the perfect accompaniment for both food and drinks where both young children and adults are present because of its ability to attract many enthusiastic followers. Its tasty play on the palate and full bodied charm enhanced by Matcha’s grassy appeal, make Plum Matcha a treat that can holds its own in an assortment of many different refreshments.

The playful presence of Plum Matcha on the palate makes this wonderful treat a favorite on many tables in the special occasions of both the old and young. Its intensely sweet taste and fruity appeal make it ideally suited to replace many sweeter refreshment alternatives. Plum Matcha is a treat that is very easy to like because it is has a well-recognized taste that is very fulfilling on the taste buds.

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Plum Matcha

Oh Matcha my Matcha. I salute you.
This for me has been the easiest to drink straight!
Its so smooth.
Is it “natural” flavored? Well although I know Red Leaf Tea does use all natural flavoring in its matcha I can’t really say if this tastes natural or not. I honestly have not had that many plum flavored things but its really very immensely good! Its not even that it tastes unnatural and it does not taste the least bit chemical but its just such a strong awesome flavor that it is so hard for me to imagine how they got all that into the little tiny flavor granuals!

I have noticed I have been cutting back more and more on the milk to matcha ratio in my lattes and this one is the greenest of them yet! I am loving the flavor here.
The aroma of this one was INTENSE when I opened the bag! For a robust, not distinctive, flavoring I would say robust is really as far as one needs to go – the aroma was similar to the boysenberry in the sense that it had that Flintstone’s vitamin smell to it but in the flavor I don’t get that.

I actually failed to sift the matcha powder base this time around and yet it is so smooth!
This may be one of my favorite fruit flavors to date!

It has a punch like flavor to it but yet there is this almost nutty after taste – probably the mixture of the wonderful base tea mixed with this particular fruit. Its really quite different!
I enjoy seeing how different flavors play off the matcha base! I think this is one of the more complex matcha I have tried. Its not exactly what you might think it would be with the nutty flavor coming out at the end but it is most definitively plum in the beginning. I like how the nutty sneaks up on me!

My Plum Matcha was composed of the following:

Size : Small
Matcha Quality: Starter (Basic Grade),
Flavor: Robust
Storage : Add Small Metal Tin Container (Holds up to 45g) Extra 3.00 for the small tin which I recommend as the bags the powder base comes in are not resealable. Although they are pretty and come in golden shiny bags unless you have some spare containers around you really will want to get a tin with your matcha purchase. Its just so much easier and less messy to have your fine powder in a container rather than trying to scoop it out of a bag!

I do like that Red Leaf Tea uses these shiny slippery gold bags however, as the matcha does not stick to them as much as they might other bags. Which means you get as much matcha powder out of them for your money!

You can get your own Plum Flavored Matcha here:


my order from Red Leaf just arrived too… I’ll be tasting this one soon …although probably not today. One bowl of Matcha per day is about all I can handle! I probably COULD handle more, but, I don’t want to be bouncing off the walls.


Oh man, this is getting just ridiculously hard.


I had house cleaning to do today so I totally needed to be bouncing off walls :)
Yeah it is hard to decide devvyleys!

Tawny Kira

that sounds delicious!


Oh that sounds really good. I love plums.

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Yay! Matcha! I know that my order from Monday is on it’s way and will probably arrive either today or definitely tomorrow, and I have a few teas that I still haven’t tried from my previous order! And I’m already composing a third order!!! I’m bad BAD bad. Bad me!

I know I talk a lot about my gramma on here, she was the closest thing to a mom that I really ever had. My real mom pretty much abandoned me and I haven’t spoken to since I was 14 years old, and my step mother was … well, let me put it this way, she made Cinderella’s and Snow White’s step mothers seem nice … but my gramma loved me unconditionally, and I miss her so much that the only thing that really keeps me from breaking down into tears is to talk about the happy memories … even now, thirteen years after her death. I miss her so much.

Anyway … my gramma had many fruit trees in her back yard. One of them was a Plum tree, and I loved eating them fresh off the tree. But even better was when gramma would make plum jelly. So good… just like the fruit only sweeter. When I first opened the package of this Matcha… that’s what I smelled! My gramma’s plum jelly! Sweet and plum-y … I didn’t really notice much of a Matcha smell, but that was OK because I was loving what I was smelling.

And that’s pretty much what I’m tasting too … but with Matcha. This tastes to me like a bowl of Matcha with some of my gramma’s liquified plum jelly stirred in. Sweet and plum-y but with a nice Matcha taste. I taste some of the spice tones in the tea leaf with the addition of the plum flavor … and it makes me think that a little bit of cinnamon might be good in this too. Perhaps I will need to add the cinnamon Matcha onto my next order so that I can try mixing these two flavored Matcha together. YUM … my mouth is watering just thinking about it.

This one is really, really, REALLY good! But then, how could one go wrong with plum Matcha? So yummy!


D’awwww :)


When tea gives you happy memories it’s always nice.


You should always share the good memories with good friends :D

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I’ve tried what feels like a hundred of flavors from Red Leaf Tea, yet there are always so many more I haven’t tasted! Thanks so much to KallieBoo for including a sample of this in our swap, I am kind of a matcha addict—especially when it comes to new flavors.

I usually pick the crazy dessert flavors over the simpler ones, yet the packets I reach for on an average day are usually the “plain” fruity ones! Fruity matcha is the best in the afternoon. I love plums, so I am wondering why I never ordered this one… I guess it just slipped through the cracks!

Made in the water bottle shake method this smells so good, kind of like jam! It’s not a fresh plum flavor, more pie or jam: slow cooked and rich! But not heavy, there’s still that nice fruity tang. The grassy matcha is, as always, excellent and delicious. I really enjoyed this one, and I even have some leftover for experimenting—caramel plum matcha? Plum cheesecake? Plum toffee?! The possibilities are endless!

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I picked this up in BrewTEAlly Sweet’s stash sale in my efforts to try all the matchas. Something about plum matcha milk just seemed weird so I decided to finally try the matcha soda that my tea triplet, Roswell Strange is so fond of. So my thoughts? Really tasty all around. There is a hint of plum flavoring but nothing too distinct. Mostly it is just fruity and sweet and a nice flavoring alternative to soda syrups.


I know what you mean. I have acai here, but I’ve been putting off having it with milk because it seems bizarre.

Roswell Strange

I have Acai and Cola earmarked for my last two cans of club soda. Somehow “Cola Milk” seems pretty unappealing…


Aside from the weird carbonation flavor that club soda tends to have, this is a great alternative. I think I will try the eggnog matcha soda Roswell Strange loves so much because that has a fair amount of flavor to it.


And Cola Milk does not sound great. Luckily I have my soda stream which means endless supply of club soda.


Yeah Cola milk, puke. I don’t like pop either though haha. Maybe I’ll flatten it, then add acai. So essentially, water. :P


haha I once put about a 1/2-3/4 tsp of matcha in a water bottle and drank it like that. Wasn’t bad.


How do you do the matcha soda? How much of which and what? Cuz this sounds interesting……..


I used maybe 1/2 an oz-1 oz of hot water to dissolve a 1/2 tsp and then filled the rest of the 8 oz cup with club soda

Roswell Strange

I’ve also had cold shaken matcha in a water bottle; it works best with the fruit flavours. Cola would maybe be ok in that method, though.


I like the idea of club soda. I bet it would work really well with fruit flavors.


Cola float! :) I’d totally have the cola in milk, although I haven’t had a cola float since I was a kid, and honestly thought it was pretty gross. Root beer FTfloatW.

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