Gingerbread Matcha

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Matcha Tea
Green Tea, Natural Flavours, Sugar
Ginger, Spices
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170 °F / 76 °C

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Happiness is… the smell of gingerbread cookies baking in the oven. Warming up with a perfect cup of tea. And sharing a festive treat with your family and friends. And thanks to this heartwarming matcha, you can have all three at once. It’s sweet, spicy and tastes just like your favourite holiday dessert. The only twist? We added a feel-good dose of stone-ground matcha for an instant pick-me-up. With this cozy gingerbread blend by your side, happiness is just a sip away…

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

Price per 50g: $9.98

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514 tasting notes

Mmmmmm. Enjoying this as an oat milk latte topped with whipped cream this morning and it is wonderful. With the oat milk, the ‘cookie’ notes become much more pronounced, and the spiciness is mellowed out. It’s warm, cozy, and festive. Like most of DavidsTea’s matcha, it’s pretty sweet, but I prefer my flavored teas on the sweet side, so I don’t mind it.


The Gingerbread sounds good. :D


Since I am new to flavored matchas, I think they would be great as latte vs traditional. Going to try them that way. Makes more sense than drinking them super concentrated. I really enjoyed the Mermaid Matcha too btw. Thank you!


I definitely prefer flavored matchas latte style.
I’m glad you liked it, you’re very welcome!

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561 tasting notes

Tastes chalky to me but it is drinkable. I can taste gingerbread a tiny bit but overall not the greatest fan of it. I prefer the Candy Cane matcha and I was lucky to be able to exchange this with a friend for something else I really liked.

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I was looking forward to trying this, hoping to find a gingerbread tea I like… The flavour is there, but its very subtle. The powder smells stronger than the tea tastes. I don’t know why. I find this flavour to be more subdued than any of the other matchas. I’ll finish the rest I have, maybe it will be better iced. I definitely don’t dislike it, but its not what I was hoping for.

Flavors: Ginger, Spices

170 °F / 76 °C

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So, a while back one of my favourite Youtube channels made a “Pumpkin Spice Pizza” and I just got absolutely obsessed with the concept and became determined to recreate it with my own “twist” by incorporating tea into it somehow.

Well, about a week ago I FINALLY bought all of the things to make the whole thing. Fresh pizza dough, coconut oil, pumpkin puree in place of tomato sauce, fresh mozzarella, spinach, tomato, and a mix of Italian seasonings and cinnamon. Pop that in the toasted over and let it cook for about fifteen minutes and… well, BAM! Pumpkin Spice Pizza. That’s not all of it though; I also made a Brown Sugar Spice Syrup to drizzle over top the pizza using cinnamon sticks, cinnamon powder, clove, gingerbread matcha, vanilla, and (of course) brown sugar. Super, super decadent and rich – and the perfect accompaniment to my pizza creation.


It’s true that this pizza doesn’t really know whether or not it wants to be savory or sweet but it’s still really good. The sauce completely makes it though; very rich and warming and that strong cinnamon and gingerbread taste actually goes incredibly well with both the cheese and tomato slices on the pizza.

I’d actually 100% make this again, and I highly recommend that you do too!

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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