Raisin Matcha

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From Red Leaf Tea

When the tangy tart taste of fresh raisins is combined with the understated elegance of Matcha, the resulting treat is a true feast for the palate. With its subtle hints of hidden sweetness and Matcha’s light touch, Raisin Matcha is the perfect treat for people who want a drink with fruity undertones and a touch of the exotic orient. This delicious treat can also command a following in the special occasions of young children because of its sweet flavor and fruity charms.

Raisin Matcha is an exceptional complement for many meals and snacks where the presence of fruitiness can be greatly appreciated. It can also hold its own in any refreshment offering where people want to see well loved tastes combined to produce culinary wonders. This exceptional treat is perfect as a tasty snack for everyday activities and also special occasion entertainment. Raisin Matcha is the exquisite companion for people who want to enhance their livelihoods with sweet sensations.

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I’m not a huge fan of raisins, mind you. I mean, I like them alright, but, they aren’t something I’d actually buy unless I have a recipe that calls for them and I didn’t think the recipe would do well with a Craisins substitute. However, I was intrigued by this Raisin flavored Matcha from Red Leaf Tea. Not only is it kind of a rarity to find a raisin flavored tea, but, occasionally, I’ll find a black tea that has a raisin-y quality to it and I really enjoy that … so I thought, you know, I’m going to try the Matcha.

I mean, I thought about how the sugary sweetness of the dried fruit might meld quite nicely with the buttery, sweet, vegetative taste of Matcha. And as I sit here typing this, I am also thinking that it would go really well with the black Matcha as well … so I think that once I get my tea stash under some semblance of control, I might be placing that order! YUM!

This Matcha reminds me a bit of the Fig Matcha, and that’s not a bad thing at all because I LOVED the fig matcha!

Here’s my full-length review: http://sororiteasisters.com/2013/05/10/raisin-flavored-matcha-from-red-leaf-tea/


Interesting…not sure how I feel about raisin as a matcha flavour lol

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