Rice Pudding with Cinnamon Apples Genmaicha

Tea type
Green Tea
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Flavors
Apple, Cinnamon, Grain, Pleasantly Sour, Rice, Vanilla
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
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Certification
Organic, Vegan
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  • “Honestly, don’t remember this one well enough to write about it. Sad. It was probably either in the ok to fairly good range, otherwise my memory would be stronger, but I can’t even remember if it...” Read full tasting note
  • “I have never been a big fan of genmaicha: to me it tastes to ricey, strong and untamed. Not exactly what I expect from tea. This mix, however, skillfully balanced the unique genmaicha flavor and...” Read full tasting note
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Tea of the Week for January 15, 2018!

I love rice pudding – and what better tea base to utilize for a rice pudding blend than a Genmaicha? And since Mat’s birthday is right around the corner, I decided to add his favorite fruit flavor to this sweet, creamy blend: apple!

I didn’t go heavy on the apple – I didn’t want the apple to overpower the creamy notes of smooth pudding that I’ve got going on here. To enhance the apple, I added some real cinnamon bark.

So here it is: our organic Matcha infused Genmaicha blend with lots of creamy, custard-y notes, vanilla bean, apple bits & chunks of real cinnamon bark. This is so yummy!

organic ingredients: green teas, toasted rice, apples, cinnamon, vanilla bean & natural flavors

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Honestly, don’t remember this one well enough to write about it. Sad. It was probably either in the ok to fairly good range, otherwise my memory would be stronger, but I can’t even remember if it was creamy enough, mostly apple….

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I have never been a big fan of genmaicha: to me it tastes to ricey, strong and untamed. Not exactly what I expect from tea. This mix, however, skillfully balanced the unique genmaicha flavor and made it way more palatable for people like me.

The dominant flavor of this tea is still a toasted rice with all of its grainy pungency. However, there is a notable smoother strain of cinnamon at the tail which makes it less one-dimensional. The same is true of the taste: the green tea provides the tanginess, while cinnamon and vanilla add some much-needed sweetness. Overall, it is still a potent and strong drink but way more complex and balanced, suitable for a wider variety of moods. Well done.

Flavors: Apple, Cinnamon, Grain, Pleasantly Sour, Rice, Vanilla

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