Maple Matcha

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Green Matcha Blend
Green Tea, Sugar
Creamy, Maple
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Upgrade your winter sipping with this deliciously cozy, all-natural blend of stone-ground matcha, cane sugar and a drizzle of natural maple flavouring. It’s already sweetened, so all you need to do is decide what you want to make. You can top it with hot frothed milk for a latte, mix it into your cakes or cookies, and sprinkle it over your oatmeal for a seriously comforting treat. Looks like you’ve got some tasty experimenting to do…

Ingredients: Cane sugar, green tea, natural maple flavouring.

Price: $8.98 per 50g

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1755 tasting notes

I evidently had a free drink to redeem before the deadline, so having to think on my feet during my break, which was drawing to a close, I grabbed this. Because matcha and maple, that’s why. I had it with a splash of soy and it was only ok. It was a little sweet from the added sweetener already in the matcha mix but I couldn’t detect any actual maple flavour. Maybe the soy killed it?

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508 tasting notes

Hmmm…I love this one in my morning smoothie. Sweet and maple-y.

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2 tasting notes

Very yummy matcha. It is super sweet, so I actually mix it with a straight matcha most of the time. I can pick up on the maple flavors just a bit, mostly I feel like it smoothes out the flavor of the matcha while sweetening it. I feel like it amps up the creaminess notes of the matcha, which is always a good thing in my book. I hope DT decides to keep this one around…

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1757 tasting notes

I grabbed this as my bday tea on Thursday. No sugar added, it already has that in the blend.
The maple notes are strong and remmicent of true maple, but I feel like it was overpowered by the marine/fishy aspect. I’m glad I don’t have it in my cupboard. Meh.

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561 tasting notes

So, Im really not sure about this one. I had it hot today with a splash of milk, but honestly I don’t really get any maple flavour from this one. I only get that it’s slightly grassy and sweet from the sugar cane. I used 2 matcha spoons in my 10oz (or is it 12oz) cup so I didn’t expect it to be weak, but it definitely was missing something. I might end up trying it again with another scoop added


I always use a regular PS for matcha. Only cause it’s flavoured. And I really love this one.

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300 tasting notes

Mmm, I got an iced cup of this yesterday to go, with a little milk added, and it was really yummy! I had to laugh when I asked my tea guide how it was and she told me ’It’s sweet. You’d probably love it’ (She knows I like my tea sweet, hahaha) Anyway, I really like it, and I plan to get more. It has a nice creamy and mapley flavour! I’m happy.

Flavors: Creamy, Maple


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6264 tasting notes

Welp, I tried the Kale matcha as a shot so I figured I’d just complete the trio and try all three ‘new’ Matcha flavours as the preparation style I thought they’d all be best served as. For this one, that meant making it as a latte.

We’ve been trying to learn how to make latte art/leaf designs in store so I also took advantage of making this as a latte for myself to practice; I failed pretty hard though. If anyone has any tips, I’m all ears!

As far as the flavour goes, I was actually worried this would be too rich/sweet for me but I actually found I liked it a lot better as a latte than I did when I had it straight. That’s one of the nice things about milk/lattes – it’s great at tempering flavour so for the teas we sell with a lot of pre added sweeteners I find it mellows out those notes which I’d otherwise find kind of cloying. That’s not to say it _wasn’t sweet though – just more appropriately so. Otherwise, tasted like creamy maple!

I think I was pretty spot on when I said this one would work really well as a latte.

Friendly reminder that I do not numerically rate DAVIDsTEA blends as I’m currently employed there and it would be an obvious conflict of interest. Any blends you see with numerical ratings were rated prior to my employment there. These reviews are a reflection of my personal thoughts regarding the teas, and not the company’s.

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