Goji Berry Matcha

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Improve your well-being! Start improving your health today with our Goji Berry Matcha Tea. Our Matcha Tea is blended with the best Goji Berries. 100% Pure Matcha Tea blended with the finest Berries from the South of China.

Goji berries are mainly found in China and Europe. They are also incorporated into Chinese medicines which traditionally have been used for thousands of years as a medicinal herb/plant as they are rich in antioxidants.

Mostly grown in the South of China, these longish red berries also go by the name “Wolfberry”, desert thorn and matrimony vine while the Chinese name is “gou qi zi”. Goji berries can also be dried and eaten as raisins. They grow well in harsh weather conditions and can survive the desert environment. These deep red berries are high in nutrients and have a huge number of benefits. Our Goji berry flavors and health benefits are retained as our raw and organic fruits are freeze dried and ground into powder to offer the best quality.

Goji berries also offer the following benefits to list a few :

Prevent fatigue and tiredness
Relieve headaches and insomnia
Aid Weight loss
Improve circulation
High in vitamins

Goji Berry Matcha Tea offers fantasticbenefits. The berries themselves have gained a lot of popularity as people are becoming more aware of the fantastic benefits offered by this plant. The best part about Goji berries is that they can be consumed directly or incorporated into recipes and drinks.

We offer only the highest quality teas at great prices. We have an amazing and extensive selection of different tea varieties so you are sure to find one or two that please your taste buds. Whatever it is you enjoy in the tea realm, we have it. Try us today and you will never have to look for a new tea company again.

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1662 tasting notes

A tiny bit fishy, but nothing off-putting. I’d have it again, for sure. I would have liked a tiny bit more goji berry flavour, but then again I’m a bit head cold ridden at the moment.
Anyhow, thanks to Aisling for sharing this beaute with me xx


You’re more tolerant than I am then, as fishy matcha is something I’d find really off-putting! ;)


Normally I would agree but this was so mild that after two sips I really didn’t notice it at all :)
and it was very good indeed!

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This is good, this is very good. I have no idea of the flavouring level or grade though since I didn’t actually order this one. I’m assuming it’s delicate though, since I get more matcha than anything. I am happy to have made it’s acquaintance. :) Thank You Red Leaf!


the grade should be on the label of the package – the white label can be peeled off to put on your own tin if you’ve transferred it to another storage container :)


I didn’t even look. lol. I need to buy some tins.


It actually just says “Goji Berry Matcha” and nothing else. . . Weird.
I’m thinking starter grade because it’s not as green as the cheesecake one I bought.


That’s weird that it doesn’t say


I know, it’s definitely delicate flavouring too though.

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I just plain love Red Leaf Tea for their bundling options. 30 grams of this matcha, Goji Berry (found here: http://www.redleaftea.com/matcha-tea/goji-berry-matcha.html), is 15.99. However, if you bump it up to large (60 g), it’s only 8 dollars more (23.99) for twice the matcha! Love. So much love. It makes it really easy to just buy a sample and then get a great deal on the ones you love.

I took this one to work with me today and it just about saved my life. It gave me the much-needed energy to deal with with busiest doctor in our practice. It was light and sweet and painfully refreshing. I had some while it was hot, but by the time I was able to find time for finish my thermos-full, it was cold. Even better! My thermos is vaccum-sealed, so I carefully shook it to mix it up again and downed the rest…oh yes. This will definitely be an amazing addition to my summer smoothies. Never mind that it snowed today. Anyway, the berryness of this was just right, not overly sweet or fake, just amazingly delicious. I’m only familiar with goji berries in tea, but this is the best goji flavored tea I’ve ever had. To be honest, I kept taking sips and being surprised by how good it was. I have the memory span of a goldfish, so it was like I given a gift of amazing tea every time I took a sip. If you’re a berry fan who isn’t really into strong greens, this might be the tea to get you into matcha. It wasn’t overwhelmingly bitter like some matchas can be, it was just a smooth, tasty sip for a long workshift.

I am very impressed with their matcha, I have to say. My wife recently bought me a matcha whisk (so much easier!), but I was making it with a regular whisk in a cereal bowl and I have yet to encounter a clump. Like someone else said about their matchas, it’s not flavoring added to cover an inferior product. I really like, though, that you can choose which grade of matcha you get. I’m a matcha newbie, the cheapest grade is fine with me, but for those with more refined tastes, you can have Imperial grade matcha that tastes like goji berries!

You can also choose the level of flavoring! Gah! It’s like the choose your own adventure book of the matcha world. I see these matchas becoming a very big addiction for me. I’ll just be sitting in the corner with 100 tins of matcha labelled “Delicate Vanilla” “Robust Cinnamon” “’There’s Matcha in This??? Goji”. I would never sleep again because of all the matcha I was drinking, but hey, you gotta make some sacrifices, right?

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What does goji berry actually taste like? It sounds interesting.


A regular whisk in a cereal bowl. Awesome! I bought my first matcha at DavidsTea today and she wanted to try and sell me a whisk and whatnot… but I only bought 14g! Don’t want to invest in equipment if I don’t like matcha (ok, I probably will, but I’m wayyy overbudget already). I do have a regular whisk though, so thanks for the suggestion!


@Meg I dunno, but it’s a berry flavor that isn’t quite like any other berry I’ve had.

@Krystaleyn I was the same way, I had a few cups of matcha at work before investing in some. I whisk the sugar into the matcha before I add water, it dissolves easier that way. The matcha whisk is easier, but in a pinch, a regular whisk will do. And y’all know how much I love DT, but you can find matcha whisks much cheaper elsewhere.

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