Organic Green Tea Powder

Tea type
Green Tea
Ingredients
Green Tea Leaves
Flavors
Freshly Cut Grass, Seaweed, Sweet
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150 °F / 65 °C 4 min, 15 sec 13 oz / 396 ml

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  • “Oh, that sinking feeling when the spoon hits the bottom of the tin and your replacement order is somewhere in a bin in Chicago. It kind of makes you want to be extra appreciative of today’s tall...” Read full tasting note
  • “This came as a sample in my Christmas gift of Teavivre tea from my daughter, Superanna. I am finally able to try another tea that our late dear friend KS absolutely loved! This is the lower grade...” Read full tasting note
  • “I bought this with the Black Friday sale last year for fairly cheap. Seems tasty enough to me! I poured some in the bottom of the mug and then waited about 40 minutes for the water to cool after...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I bought some of this during the Black Friday sale. At first I was gonna pass over it, but I think it was 30% off and I said “eh, why not”. I’m a big fan of matcha powder, as long as it’s not too...” Read full tasting note
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From Teavivre

Origin: Lin’an City in Hangzhou, Zhejiang.

Ingredients: made of the fresh organic tea leaves

Taste: complex layers of flavor, with an attractive taste that is brisk and slight bitter.

This Green Tea Powder comes from Hangzhou. It is made of the fresh organic tea leaves, milled into fine powder. The fresh tea leaves are in the shape of one bud with three to four leaves. Usually the water temperature for brewing this tea is at 60℃ to 80℃.

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Oh, that sinking feeling when the spoon hits the bottom of the tin and your replacement order is somewhere in a bin in Chicago. It kind of makes you want to be extra appreciative of today’s tall breakfast glass.

I literally start everyday with this stuff. I can’t handle a real breakfast in the early morning but I have to have at least milk with my arthritis medicine. Milk gets boring. Green tea powder and milk make a nice canvas to get creative on. I’m on my way to the world market to look for xanthan gum to up the experience another notch. I just realized I have cacao nibs that I could be using as well. Endless morning fun.

Cheri

That’s so frustrating. How long has it been in Chicago?

K S

Arrived in Chicago the 10th. Tracking still says Chicago. Come on people, man in desperate need of his morning smoothie here. Looks like chocolate milk with a Yunnan chaser tomorrow :)

mj

My teavivre order arrived in Chicago on the tenth too and it was still there as of yesterday. It’s not that far from Chicago to Minneapolis! I feel your pain.

K S

Maybe we will have a mailbox surprise on the same day – SOON!

mj

I hope so!!

ashmanra

My tea arrived in Chicago on the tenth but is in Charlotte, NC today! Squeeeee! Might have it tomorrow or Saturday!

K S

I just checked. It is now in TALLAHASSEE, FL! They could have just opened the door and tossed it out as they flew over my house. I see a Starbucks run in my immediate future. lol

mj

Mine arrived in St Paul yesterday, Minneapolis this morning and should be delivered today!!!!!
But you’re in Indiana, right KS? If so, ohhhh nooooooo

K S

Yeah, ohhhhhh noooooo! I had to choke down a chocolate, peanut butter, banana smoothie this morning without tea. Its a tough life. :) This is the first time I have tracked a package from China. I know it always takes a little over two weeks. Now I know why. Wish I could travel as much as my tea.

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2511 tasting notes

This came as a sample in my Christmas gift of Teavivre tea from my daughter, Superanna. I am finally able to try another tea that our late dear friend KS absolutely loved!

This is the lower grade of green tea powder from Teavivre and they recommend it for culinary use or for sweetened drinks. Honestly, I made it first like a traditional bowl of whisked matcha. The color was not a vibrant green when I opened the pouch but it had a really nice creamy aroma and I decided to go for it!

The tea powder settled faster than my ceremonial grade from Harney does, but I stirred it up once more and it was very drinkable and I enjoyed it with lunch. (miso soup) I have had far more bitter, less vibrant matcha!

Then today I organized my tea and set aside some that I want to finish ASAP and figured this open sample would be a fast and easy sipdown, so I made lattes for me and the Ashman. That creamy aroma had me wanting a matcha latte and I almost added vanilla to enhance the creaminess but ultimately decided it didn’t really need anything extra.

My Aerolatte was acting up so I put milk, sugar, and green tea powder in the Vitamix with maybe three ice cubes and whooshed. It was super good and made a great afternoon snack. Thanks to the Vitamix it was incredibly frothy.

Note: this and their higher grade that is referred to as matcha are both grown in China.

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I bought this with the Black Friday sale last year for fairly cheap. Seems tasty enough to me! I poured some in the bottom of the mug and then waited about 40 minutes for the water to cool after boiling (around 175 degrees) then poured the water in the mug while stirring. A little goes a long way to the point where I used the remnants of the powder in the bottom of the mug for a second cup. Even much hotter water the second cup didn’t seem to have much of an impact on the powder flavor which was surprising to me. I thought the hot water would ruin the flavor. The flavor is fairly strong but I like it — I probably used way too much powder. It’s a refreshing cup — such a lovely bright green cup! I like that I can get a decent green tea powder for this price. It does the job!

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I bought some of this during the Black Friday sale. At first I was gonna pass over it, but I think it was 30% off and I said “eh, why not”. I’m a big fan of matcha powder, as long as it’s not too overpowering. I especially love matcha iced. Great way to get that green tea flavor without having to wait for steeping, especially if you’re in the mood for something cold. You’ll see a fair amount of my reviews were from matchas prepared cold.

You’re supposed to use 1 tsp of powder for a 20 oz. cup but that is really too strong for me. So I used a 1/2 tsp, poured in some water, ice, and gave it a good shake. The result is a really good grassy green tea beverage. It’s definitely no matcha, but it’s honestly not bad. I could drink this on a regular basis as it’s quite affordable.

Preparation
Iced 8 min or more 20 OZ / 591 ML

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I just literally found a tiny brown beetle from my green tea powder tea. Second time I found a bug from my tea, hah! I once found snail cone. Not the most pleasant thing, but I don’t really mind.

K S

Honestly, it surprises me that I have never found any foreign stuff in my teas. I’m really glad, but still surprised.

Riimu

Or you haven’t seen those bugs and you drank ’em, hehe. >:D

K S

lol, Protein!

Riimu

“Tea with added extra protein, totally natural. Come here to taste!” We have new hit product right here.

K S

100% Organic!

Riimu

Lol, exactly.

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