Tea type
Matcha White Tea
Ingredients
Cocoa, Matcha Green Tea, White Tea
Flavors
Cocoa, Creamy, Grass, Smooth, Sweet, Umami, Broccoli, Dark Chocolate, Roasted, Seaweed, Toasted, Dark Bittersweet, Sweet, warm grass
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Caffeine
High
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Edit tea info Last updated by Cameron B.
Average preparation
160 °F / 71 °C 10 oz / 291 ml

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From Bird & Blend Tea Co.

Super food raw cocoa powder blended with super hero matcha powder – Ka Pow! Healthy chocolate-y goodness! Can you get any better than that?!

Bluebird’s Mixology Matcha contains rare and unique white matcha, grown at higher elevations to ensure an antioxidant boosted, even more nutrient rich cup.

Ingredients
Cocoa powder, matcha green tea, Kenyan white matcha

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Matcha Smoothie Sipdown (262)

Dumped the rest of the sample into today’s strawberry banana smoothie. It adds a nice chocolate note to the flavor, albeit a subtle one.

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Sipdown! (15)

Prepared this one with 4 ounces of warm water and 4 ounces of warm milk.

Yum, this is tasty. It reminds me of the Teapigs version, in that the somewhat toasty flavor of the cocoa flavor brings out the roasted seaweed umami notes in the matcha. Other than that I’m not tasting a lot of matcha here, no grassy or vegetal notes to speak of. The cocoa is delicious though, it’s like a less sweet, more dark chocolaty chocolate milk!

It seems these cocoa matcha are always just matcha mixed with cocoa powder. I’ll have to try that myself one of these days! :D

Flavors: Broccoli, Cocoa, Dark Chocolate, Roasted, Seaweed, Smooth, Toasted, Umami

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML
Lupiressmoon

Sounds delicious!
I drink lattes daily with my coffee. I love lattes and cappucinos but dislike coffee on its own. I enjoy as much as tea but they are completely different. Drinks are fun! I have not drank much tea with milk but this one sounds like it would go well the way you prepared it. Glad you enjoyed!

I am trying to picture dark chocolate with seaweed though lol

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Okay so the water may look brown and muddy but it smells like hot chocolate heaven. No foam but it has been mixed very well I can assure you.

Flavour wise this is a lot more subtle than it’s dreamy chocolate scent. It’s light and easy to drink with a hint of hot chocolate in the somewhat dry after taste. No real tea taste to speak of.

Sort of like you’ve run out of milk and cocoa powder and you make yourself a very weak hot chocolate with just water.

It tasted fine it was just too subtle in comparison to the wonderful scent. I will be trying the rest of this as a latte tonight.

Pictures on the blog.
http://kittylovestea.com/2018/12/07/day-7-birdblend-matcha-advent/

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355/365

This one’s been in my cupboard for a while, largely because I don’t tend to gravitate towards chocolate tea in general. Like a few of B & B’s other flavoured matchas, this one brews up a particularly unattractive shade of brown. At first I wondered whether it was actually a green tea base; turns out it is, but blended with white matcha also. That might go some way towards explaining it. There’s also, obviously, cocoa powder. Not a lot, though, if the powder itself if anything to go by.

The chocolate flavour is actually really clear, which is a pleasant surprise. There’s also a roasty undertone, that reminds me a bit of genmaicha. It doesn’t taste particularly of green tea, so it would be a good choice for anyone a little nervous of matcha.

As a matcha, which is how I prepared today’s cup, it’s pleasantly creamy and pretty delicious. Not exactly reminiscent of hot chocolate but close – although definitely more savoury. I’ll happily drink this one again – as chocolate tea goes, it’s one of the better ones I’ve tried.

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Trick or Treat! I made a big mug of this, latte-style, because I just find matcha too bitter for my tastes to take plain. This is really nice though, like a combination of hot chocolate and a matcha latte, and since there is a bitter cold wind blowing tonight, this and my fuzzy slipper socks is just what I needed to warm back up.

I used a teaspoon of matcha whisked in 200ml 175F water, mixed with 200ml warm and slightly frothed vanilla almond milk. The matcha still has a nice, pronounced grassy flavor, but there is a noticable slightly bittersweet, dark chocolate note. Mixed with the vanilla almond milk, which adds a nice off-setting sweetness and creaminess, it really does taste like a perfect fusion of hot cocoa and matcha latte. So if you’ve ever wanted a cup of cocoa with enough caffeine to keep you up for a marathon of The Great British Bake-off (now you know what I’m doing with my Saturday night, go me!) this is the drink for you!

Flavors: Cocoa, Dark Bittersweet, Dark Chocolate, Grass, Sweet, warm grass

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 1 tsp 14 OZ / 400 ML
Cameron B.

I love Great British Bake-off! Too bad I’ve seen it all… QQ

Mastress Alita

I’ve just been introduced to it and am quite addicted! I’ve blown through the first season and just started the second… I think my only complaint is how hungry it makes me, hahaha!

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