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Ginger Matcha

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  • “I've tried a lot of Red Leaf flavoured matchas recently, so I was curious to see how another company's matcha would compare. I'm a lazy matcha drinker. I like to throw it in the blender with...” Read full tasting note
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From Tealux

Our Grade A organic Ginger Matcha contains the perfect balance of top quality stone ground Gyokura green tea leaves and freshly ground ginger, blended into a fine powder to prepare at home.

Combining the antioxidant properties of Grade A Matcha and the digestive benefits of fresh ginger, the appealing jade green coloring and fresh, slightly grassy taste of this premixed Ginger Matcha produces a fine smooth flavor that makes it perfect for enjoying either alone or as an accompaniment to savoury dishes.

Prepared using only organically grown Matcha and ginger, this Ginger Matcha blend is highly aromatic and marries the complex and appealing scents of top quality green tea and ginger in just the right quantities to really open up the full flavor palette of both plants and provide an optimum drinking experience.

To serve, simply mix the required quantity of Ginger Matcha powder into hot water in a mug or tea bowl, whisk lightly and enjoy a rich, frothy brew.

Ginger Matcha also lends itself well to creating iced drinks and blended chai lattes on warm summer days.

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I’ve tried a lot of Red Leaf flavoured matchas recently, so I was curious to see how another company’s matcha would compare.

I’m a lazy matcha drinker. I like to throw it in the blender with some almond milk and blend until it’s light and frothy. Red Leaf matchas blend really well, with no clumps at all. My Ginger matcha from Tealux didn’t blend nearly as well, unfortunately. The first few sips were really nice, and the ginger taste was definitely present. The bottom of the cup was all clumps, though, and I ended up dumping some of it down the drain.

I’m giving this a slightly higher rating than I typically would, as this would be a good matcha if you want something at a good price and you’re in the habit of sifting your matcha really well before using it. I’m just not in that habit yet.

Oh, and I just drank it about 10 min ago and I feel a bit wired already. Wow. I probably should have tried this earlier in the day.

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