Matcha Berry Ripple

Tea type
Matcha Tea
Ingredients
Beet Root, Matcha Green Tea, Natural Flavours, Strawberry
Flavors
Artificial, Biting, Strawberry
Sold in
Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Medium
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What’s green, pink and delicious all over? This berry beetroot matcha fusion! Berry and beetroot tones will turn your daily greens into a pink extravaganza complete with sweet fruity tones and a matcha pep.

Store in a cool, dry place.

Ingredients: Powdered green tea, beetroot juice powder (beetroot juice concentrate, maltodextrin, lemon juice concentrate), natural flavor, strawberry powder

Brewing Guide: 1/2 tsp per 150mls / 5 fl oz, whisk, 80C/175F

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Oof, this matcha has an overwhelmingly strong biting, artificial strawberry flavor to it. It may be a pretty pink color, but it has zero matcha/green tea flavor, and the berry flavor just feels like a punch in the face. I just got through a bag of Lupicia’s Matcha Au Lait Strawberry, which still had a nice, vegetal matcha flavor but a sweet “candy strawberry marshmallow” sort of flavor to it, and compared to that, this is just not really doing it for me. Even used in a berry smoothie, that artificial strawberry flavor overpowers everything — even the flavor of actual strawberries! (How???) If I use a very small amount of powder and use coconut milk for my latte it is slightly better, as the flavor of the coconut milk helps temper it a bit.

I really enjoyed T2’s Mint Chip matcha, but not a fan of this one. Hoping to get through my bag rather quickly…

Flavors: Artificial, Biting, Strawberry

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The second matcha from T2 that I got to try!

Conceptually, I was less interested in this one that the Jaffa Cake inspired matcha. I’ve tried loads of berry matchas; so there’s definitely steep competition (pun intended) for this one. I also had the fear, after the last matcha, that this would also be oily…

Thankfully, I experienced no issues with the matcha being oily at all! Plus, it uses the same/similar beetroot/berry powders that DT uses in their Sunset Matcha blend so when you whisk it up it doing become that pretty dark maroon colour. That’s definitely cool, and would certainly be more impressive if I hadn’t seen the same effect from DT/Bird & Blend already…

However, taste wise!? This is abysmal! It tastes super chalky and gross, just like Flintstones chewable vitamins! Ewww! I don’t even know what else to say – that was the first thing that came to mind when I drank it and it was so intense that I wasn’t able to shake that comparison. Despite the oiliness, I actually finished my mug of the Jaffa Cake blend. I couldn’t finish my mug of this one…

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