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Raspberry and Cream Matcha (black base)

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Black Fruit Matcha Blend
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Iced 16 oz / 473 ml

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  • “Made another cold smoothie. It tastes good but I need to figure out how to strike a balance between the insane amount of froth my blender produces and how blended the ice cubes are. Because...” Read full tasting note
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From Red Leaf Tea

Nobody can resist the tantalizing taste of tangy raspberries with a twist of mouth-watering fluffy cream. Adding exotic Matcha to this mix only makes this culinary delight even more exceptional, balanced and truly sumptuous. Depending on the mood and the season, Raspberry and Cream Matcha on some days, can leave a sweet aftertaste while on other days can be more tart and bold on the palate. Irrespective of its exciting versatility, Raspberry and Cream Matcha is a treat that easily blends in with its varied takers and any occasion. This makes this lip-smacking treat a must-have in the refreshment alternatives for all kitchens.

Given its beautiful bright coloring and unexpected taste, this delectable treat is a favorite among young children who delight in discovering new tasty snacks for their growing palates. It can also hold its own among more adult audiences who want to feel alive and adventurous as they expand their more experienced palates. This is because, Raspberry and Cream Matcha is interpreted differently by different people and this lends to its true appeal. On special occasions where there are mixed audiences of both young and old, Raspberry and Cream Matcha lives up to its name of adding a new delicious twist and leaving its many takers begging for more. Its ability to bring the element of surprise onto the table can easily keep Raspberry and Cream Matcha at the very top of the best-loved treats list.

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501 tasting notes

Made another cold smoothie. It tastes good but I need to figure out how to strike a balance between the insane amount of froth my blender produces and how blended the ice cubes are. Because there’s less froth this time but it’s much too chunky and I’m practically chewing this half the time.

A quandary. Have any of you out there encountered or fixed this problem?

Preparation
1 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML
Stephanie

Unless its matchacinno I usually make my cold lattes in a cocktail shaker, so I don’t get ice chunks…

Starfevre

It’s not really a smoothie unless it’s ground up with ice. Possibly I will try your latte suggestion. Unfortunately it still doesn’t help the froth situation since it would still need to go into the blender to get blended up for me because it wouldn’t be hot dissolved.

Stephanie

Ohhh, I’ve totally used about 1oz of hot water to dissolve matcha (and dissolve the sugar) before adding milk and ice and cocktail shaking! If you do decide to try it :)

Starfevre

Ah, well I’ll have to try that. I really like the smoothie texture but not if I’m losing half of the matcha to the foam.

OMGsrsly

Use milk ice cubes too? They’ll be softer, so won’t take so much blending time to become slush.

Starfevre

Milk ice cubes. Interesting. I’d have to go out and get some ice cube trays. Right now my fridge produces all of the ice I use. Maybe I can try the ‘crushed ice’ feature, but I’m not sure that would make it any faster into slush. Do any of you have experience with a magic bullet? Or perhaps think that doing the ice and then adding the milk and the rest would work?

OMGsrsly

I have a super cheap blender. When I do matcha this way, it’s almost always with 1/2 frozen banana, almond milk, and matcha. Ice really doesn’t blend well for me. :)

Starfevre

I have a super powerful blender but apparently power isn’t everything. I’ll have to look into a different kind of milk I guess, I have some vanilla soy milk in the fridge. I can’t stand bananas though, they overwhelm every other flavour for me until everything is BANANA

OMGsrsly

My matcha is coconut, so it works well! :D

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