matcha LOVE Unsweetened

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Green Matcha Blend
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  • “Uh I mean it’s a good strong matcha drink shot in a can. For an Ito-En, generic but solid company, they can’t mess up. nothing remarkable but it’s a solid matcha with no odd or artificial...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Opened this up yesterday and followed a recipe from this company’s social media page. The Matcha Basil Lemonade recipe was actually pretty easy to make and turned out great. The whole family loved...” Read full tasting note
  • “I picked up a little can of this while grocery shopping at the local Korean supermarket. The can design is cute, but I poured it out before drinking to get a better look at the color. (I’ve been...” Read full tasting note
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Enjoy matcha LOVE™ wherever you go! Discover the rich, smooth and sweet umami taste of matcha LOVE™.

Contains approximately 192 mg of Catechin Tea Antioxidants per 5.2 fl oz can – 6 times more than the average ready-to-drink green tea based on the USDA Database for the Flavonoid Content of Selected Foods
All Natural
Unsweetened, No Calories
Vitamin C
No Genetically Modified Ingredients
Brewed from Premium Loose Tea Leaves
Imported from Japan

Ingredients: Purified Water, Green Tea, Matcha, Carrageenan (Natural Seaweed), Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid).

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Uh I mean it’s a good strong matcha drink shot in a can.

For an Ito-En, generic but solid company, they can’t mess up. nothing remarkable but it’s a solid matcha with no odd or artificial aftertastes. For those unaccustomed to making matcha you definitely can use this in drink mixes, probably easier. I also enjoy it with sparkling water if I had the time/resources in my cabinet.

But the main reason I feel most people get this is the same reason they get canned coffee. Easy to drink, easy to transport and you need that caffeine. I got these at work all the time back when I worked near a Japanese supermarket. Also a steady flow of energy with no crash, unlike coffee.

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Opened this up yesterday and followed a recipe from this company’s social media page.
The Matcha Basil Lemonade recipe was actually pretty easy to make and turned out great. The whole family loved it. It uses fresh lemon juice and honey to create the lemonade aspect of the drink. If anyone want’s the recipe I’d be happy to share it.

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I picked up a little can of this while grocery shopping at the local Korean supermarket. The can design is cute, but I poured it out before drinking to get a better look at the color. (I’ve been finding that visuals are an important part of the experience of enjoying tea—using a dark mug or thermos just isn’t the same!)

Well, the color of this one is a very murky yellowish-green that reminds me of vegetable smoothies. It has a seaweed aroma commonly found with Japanese green teas (and as I later discovered, this one actually contains seaweed too). The taste is quite nice—it has that smoothness that I associate with Ito En’s bottled green teas. The matcha adds some body and umami flavor. It’s not something that I would often reach for, but it is a nice chilled drink and probably a decent energy boost.

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