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Green Matcha Blend
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160 °F / 71 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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  • “I was inspired by the matcha recipes thread on the discussion page, so I made banana matcha smoothie with this: 4 bananas 1 and a half kiwi fruit 100ml milk 3 tablespoons honey Handful of...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I am a huge fan of Matcha which is a finely hand-ground powder from green tea leaves. Vitalife Matcha is of very high quality, as is evident by the look, feel, and flavor of the Matcha...” Read full tasting note
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For centuries, matcha green tea has been known for its energy-boosting, mind-focusing, and metabolism-fuelling properties.

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I was inspired by the matcha recipes thread on the discussion page, so I made banana matcha smoothie with this:

4 bananas
1 and a half kiwi fruit
100ml milk
3 tablespoons honey
Handful of ice

It was delish! I’m freezing some for later because I made quite a lot too much (I had to use all the fruit that was getting a bit overripe) so I’ll see how that is.

KeenTeaThyme

how much matcha did you use? I’m a total matcha rookie but am trying to get more into it…

Alana237

Oh no! I forgot to put the matcha! I used 3tsp, but I think I was a little too enthusiastic and I would probably say 2tsp would be about right.

KeenTeaThyme

Cool, thanks. :)

Cofftea

1 TB is a lot of matcha… it’s a good thing you didn’t drink it all at once lol.

Alana237

I probably got about 5 servings out of it and I haven’t had most of it yet so I don’t get a caffeine overload.

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I am a huge fan of Matcha which is a finely hand-ground powder from green tea leaves.

Vitalife Matcha is of very high quality, as is evident by the look, feel, and flavor of the Matcha itself. This is a very strong and bold Matcha, with strong vegetative and somewhat grassy tones to it. It is very thick and rich as a good quality Matcha should be, and stands up fantastically to milk and sweetener if you prefer your Matcha served as a latté. Because the flavor is so strong and intense, this would make a fabulous iced chai latté!

The dried Matcha powder has a brilliant shamrock green color, has a nice finely ground appearance with a soft non-gritty texture. The aroma of the dried leaves as well as the brewed liquor has strong green vegetative overtones, with the scent of fresh tea leaves, and a smooth and mellow earthy quality.

Even though the flavor and experience of this fine Matcha is what I love the most about it, I also love the fact that Matcha is one of the healthiest beverages in the world. I recommend reading Vitalife’s article on the Health Benefits of Matcha on their website to get an idea of exactly how many health benefits Matcha tea has. Delicious, nutritious and at only 56¢ per cup ($15.99 for the entire tin) for a Beginner’s 30g tin of Vitalife Matcha, it is a great value for Matcha as well!

Preparation
160 °F / 71 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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