Green Kiss

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You don’t have to always choose between dark chocolate and white chocolate. There is Green Chocolate! This is not just a tea-flavored chocolate, not just a tea-infused chocolate. It’s a Green Chocolate. It’s as much a Green Tea as it is a chocolate! Green Kiss is a German-made, certified organic Green Chocolate made of real Japanese green tea powder and 29% cocoa butter!

Ingredients (all organic from natural agriculture)
- Premium, organic green tea powder and green tea leaves (6%) from Japanese Kabushecha (half-shaded grown traditionally)
- Organic cocoa butter (29%)
- Organic raw cane suger
- Organic milk powder
- Emulsifier: soy lecithin, vanille
May contain traces of nuts, gluten and cereal components

European Union Certified Organic Product!

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6770 tasting notes

This little gem is a beauty, let me tell you!

The color of it is that of green olives with small specks of what I later noticed to be tiny particles from the tea leaves. This smells like a mellower matcha. I really love the ‘molding’ of this little individually wrapped chocolate…it’s flat on one side with a frame-like shape on the other dented inward to reveal a nifty star in the middle.

This tastes like chocolate and green tea. Smooth but sweet-grassy and sugary. The small leaves that leave particles throughout the chocolate are small and fun to nibble on, too! They are quite good…almost like a parsley type flavor.

I think these guys are just too cute and they are quite tasty. What a treat!!!!

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You can’t imagine how excited I was when finding this Green Chocolate. Finally there is a snack/candy/dessert with high quality, REAL tea as a dominant ingredient. The other dominant ingredient is another one of my favorite – chocolate, with REAL cocoa butter! What’s more, it’s 100% organic. How much greener can it be :D From my first taste of this chocolate to the time I stocked it up for my store, it took less than a week. No matter how their sales record would be, I know I could eat them all even by myself – but of course I am doing my best to battle against obsessive-eating :-p

I feel it will be adored by people who love matcha and white chocolate. The green tea powder used for this chocolate is not at matcha grade, but has a flavor very close to matcha. There are some tiny, tiny bits of green tea leaves too. They are so tiny that they won’t stay between your teeth. But they contribute to the lingering taste of green tea which lasts in the mouth for quite a while.

The Green Chocolate is not similar to the bittersweet dark chocolate type. So dark chocolate lovers may feel it’s not “chocolaty” enough. But if one loves both chocolate and green tea, she may find Green Chocolate a small paradise.

Also for folks who love green tea ice-cream, very likely they will find greater passion in the Green Chocolate. My favorite green tea ice-cream is one made in California and often found in Asian groceries (I can’t recall the brand name but always recognize its box). When I can’t find it, I would go for Trader Joe’s green tea ice-cream. I prefer the other two to the Haagen-Dasz green tea ice-cream, but still like the latter one. There is also a very nice green tea ice-cream made by a new, small ice-cream company in Berkshire County of Massachusetts. But their distribution region so far is still quite small and it’s hard to get it. I’ve also had some green tea ice-cream with large bits of green tea leaves, which I don’t prefer. But usually the taste is quite good too, and just the large bits of tea leaves can be annoying. There is a Baskin-Robinns in Toronto that used to have this kind of green tea ice-cream every Thursday. Inspite of the leaf bits, the ice-cream was quite decent. And I think it’s a nice gesture for them to have a green tea ice-cream day every week. If you are not sure whether you will like Green Chocolate, try some green tea ice-cream first. If you like green tea ice-cream, chances are Green Chocolate will be an upgraded treat for you, less sweetened and with traditionally half-shaded-grown green tea in its most original “tea conditions”.

Typical Japanese green tea has more caffeine than most other teas. For people who are sensitive to caffeine, Green Kiss shouldn’t be taken after 8pm (I tried it and got too caffeinated to sleep till after mid-night). Normally you wouldn’t expect a chocolate to have this much caffeine. But sometimes when I have to get up and go out in early morning, when there is snow storm outside, there is car to dig out of snow and there is a full day of work ahead (all of these happened too much recently!), a small piece of Green Kiss can make me cry out of joy and feel suddenly more energetic.

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This doesn’t taste exactly like Matcha, nor does it taste exactly like white chocolate. It truly is “green chocolate” – it takes on its own unique flavor. It is creamy and sweet and absolutely delicious.

So very good.


sounds like it would be lovely to put into scones or into puddings


I have added this to my shopping list. Wish list anyhow. thank you.

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149 tasting notes

Wow, this is a really unique chocolate. I love the color of it. I was expecting a pale green colored chocolate, but this is more of a medium olive green color, just like your standard green tea leaves. It tastes mostly of green tea with the smoothness and creaminess of white chocolate. There are tiny bits of leaves in it that give an interesting crunchy texture. This is more of a novelty item than something I would eat every day. It would make a really neat gift for any tea lover.

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1965 tasting notes

Previous descriptions of this one have pretty much summed it up: olive green in color, a little leaf crunch, nicely sweet but it definitely has the green tea thing going for it. Not one I’d consume by the pound (which, left to myself, I can easily do with a Whitman’s Sampler), but definitely a nice little one-square treat to accompany a genteel cuppa.

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247 tasting notes

I ordered a small tin of these with about eight inside. They’re okay. Frankly, the tea taste is a bit harsh. These are more like candies than chocolate, but not really sweet. I think the ratio of the white chocolate to tea needs to be changed. More chocolate, less tea. There are bits of tea in it that add texture, but I really didn’t feel like they’re necessary. The green kisses are soft like white chocolate, but the taste is just off what I expected. It didn’t stop me from eating all of them in the course of just two days, but I wouldn’t repurchase them. Now, if they were made with genmaicha… :)

American Tea Room

you should try our petit fours if you really like chocolate…they are made with our tea — lavender earl grey, ginger, matcha. We also have a Tangier Tea Bark -71% dark chocolate enrobed with apricots and dusted with Tangier Tea…I’ll send you a sample if you remind me with your next order.

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223 tasting notes

This is definitely something I would stock up on! The taste of the green tea is dominant but there is also the sweet creaminess of the chocolate supporting that. I loved the little particles of tea leaves as well, they added texture, which made the whole thing more interesting.

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53 tasting notes

nom nom nom. This is great white chocolate. The green tea taste is really pleasant, and the cocoa butter fresh, not at all off (I find such soft white chocolates go off easily – but this one was very fresh and tastey!). I’m defniitely going to get more next time I order from Life in Teacup – but it will be a while, given my rather large order!

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