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Ginger Matcha

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  • “I had a crazy thought in the middle of the night about this tea and had to try it. I added just a smidge of hot water to mix the matcha, added ice, and then added seltzer water. The first taste was...” Read full tasting note
    TastyBrew 357 tasting notes
  • “There are so many benefits to ginger that I don’t know where to start! I had a bit of a sore throat due to a lot of singing I’ve been doing with the band. I opened this matcha and absorbed the...” Read full tasting note
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From Red Leaf Tea

Spice up your day! Add that Aromatic and spicy Ginger flavor to your tea. Ginger Matcha Tea is a great way to get those good old taste buds tingling in the morning. Our 100% pure Matcha tea is nutritionally unmatched in quality and flavor.

Ginger has been around for centuries and has also been used by Chinese herbalists in Asia for more than 2000 years due to its food flavoring ability as well as medicinal value. In the Western cuisine scene ginger is mainly used in sweet foods such as ginger ale. It is also used as a spice and is frequently added to hot tea.

As far as Medicinal values are concerned. Ginger is loaded with goodness and medicinal values. It can be used for many purposes such as a strong stimulant that can improve circulation, help to relieve digestive problems and reduces blood sugar levels to name a few. Due to the fact that Ginger tea has anti-fungal properties, it is a great herbal remedy for relieving the burning and itching associated with athlete’s foot.

Ginger also offers the following benefits :

Reduces nausea
Relief for Arthritis
Reduces Stomach cramps
Fights off infections
Soothes symptoms of cold and flu

Ginger tea is also known for treating motion sickness when suffering from an unsettling stomach. Our Ginger Matcha Tea flavors and health benefits are retained as our raw and organic vegetables are freeze dried and ground into powder to offer the best quality.

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I had a crazy thought in the middle of the night about this tea and had to try it. I added just a smidge of hot water to mix the matcha, added ice, and then added seltzer water. The first taste was super ginger but not very sweet. I added some straight up sugar and it was much better. A very healthy version of a ginger ale. Super spicy ginger just the way I like it. Next time I’ll add raw honey to it when it’s hot and mixing. I think that’d be better. But this is definitely feeling like drinking a soda. And as I gave up soda inadvertently a few weeks back, it’s a nice fizzy treat.
Classic matcha, robust flavor.

Starfevre

This sounds like a good way to try my ‘soda’ matcha too. Won’t ever be trying the ginger version, but sounds good (if you like ginger).

TastyBrew

Yeah, this ginger (at least in the robust flavor) is for ginger lovers only. It’s super strong and spicy! What flavors are you going to make soda’s out of? I think I’ll try my grapefruit. I think that’d be super good too.

OMGsrsly

Oh, that’s such a good idea! I wish I hadn’t tossed my lemon matcha. I bet that would’ve been great as a soda.

Starfevre

I’ll probably mix my soda flavoured matcha with my black cherry matcha and my french vanilla matcha at some point, but I’m trying to get it to taste good plain first.

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There are so many benefits to ginger that I don’t know where to start! I had a bit of a sore throat due to a lot of singing I’ve been doing with the band. I opened this matcha and absorbed the spicy scent and put it into a tin to keep it fresh. The small size fits perfect in the tin with a little wiggle room…enough to be able to get the measuring spoon in. I had been saving this matcha for the perfect time and after a day of singing I needed to bring it out. Not to mention the fact that I could use a bit of a pick me up.
I decided to prepare this matcha hot first since I wanted to sooth my throat. I added just a pinch of sugar and a generous helping of honey (I love my honey)! I did take a sip before adding the honey just so I could get the original flavor. This matcha is very smooth and spicy. It is not in your face spicy, but just enough to give it a little flavor. I purchased the starter matcha as I figured this one would be great in regular, white or black matcha. I think I’d like to order again and try it with black just to see if the flavor changes. My flavoring level was delicate and that seemed just the right amount to me. I didn’t really want to get a ginger high! LOL
This matcha was very soothing on my throat so I think I’m going to save this one for next week when I have to sing again. Sorry friends, no sharing of this one!
Red Leaf Tea mentions this for treating motion sickness when suffering from an unsettling stomach among other things so it’s definitely useful for everyday use. Think I might have to save a bit for my hubby to try.
Here is how I ordered my Ginger Matcha from Red Leaf Tea:
Size: Small
Quality: Classic Starter Grade
Flavor: Delicate
Storage: Air tight refill flat pouch – would definitely recommend purchasing a tin for your matcha to keep it fresh. I did not order one this time since I already had a tin.
To get your own tasty Ginger Matcha from Red Leaf Tea – GO HERE NOW!!!!
http://www.redleaftea.com/matcha-tea/ginger-matcha-organic.html
A sore throat soother!

Azzrian

I don’t think I could do a ginger matcha.

darby

Really???? Why not?

Azzrian

I like ginger in low doses lol all out ginger would be too strong for me I fear. I have to have it mixed with something – I think a ginger sesame would be nice though!

Rachel Sincere

OOoohh, I love anything ginger. I eat crystallized ginger like potato chips.

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