Orange & Passion Fruit Matcha

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From Bird & Blend Tea Co.

High quality Japanese matcha green tea powder with tropical fruity notes & a citrus zest. Great as an iced matcha, enjoyed in the sunshine!

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We really like this blend over ice & topped with a splash of lemonade or soda water! To do this, you just need to make your matcha as normal then pour over a glass of ice & top up with lemonade/water/soda. Try adding a passion fruit garnish and/or some orange slices for the perfect summer boost.

The Detox Warrior. The Energising Elixir. The Slimming Superhero. The Hangover Destroyer. These are some of the nicknames for our Matcha!

Matcha is a traditional Japanese powdered green tea with up to 10 x the benefits of regular green tea, 7 x the vitamin C as orange juice and 3 x the energy boost as an espresso shot! It’s packed full of antioxidants, minerals and nutrients and is said to aid weight loss, lowering blood pressure and increasing concentration levels and clarity of mind.

We are proud to announce that our expert Tea Mixologists have created the UK’s first flavoured Matcha Collection in some of their favourite flavours using organic, natural ingredients and all hand blended at our HQ in Brighton.

Japanese Matcha Green Tea, natural flavouring granules, orange peel.

Warning: Packed in an environment that contains nuts.

Please check out our allergens page for any queries you may have regarding ingredients.

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So I really want to like this one because its got a bright citrus and passion fruit flavor. Like really, really refreshing and juicy. However, since this flavor seemed wrong for a matcha milk, I made it in water which creates two issues: (1) I feel the texture of the matcha a bit more than usual, which is not chalky as some can be, but still a little chalky perhaps and (2), I get that grassy/umami flavor that matcha should have but is usually covered up by the milk. I don’t like matcha which is why I drink flavored matchas as matcha milk. So while I know this is great flavorwise and could be awesome for someone who even remotely like the taste of matcha, for me, it is not the best. I wonder if making it hot would be better though…

ETA: I just saw Roswell Strange described this as “Five Alive” and she hit the nail on the head there…just with a hint of matcha.

Roswell Strange

It would probably be pretty killer iced with some lemonade.


Probably but I have no lemonade. We shall see if I remember to grab some sometime. Also, the powdery quality could be because I just mixed it in cold water instead of using warm water and icing or topping it with cold.

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Iced Matcha Sipdown (802)!

Slightly less enamored with this matcha the second tasting around, though I still think it’s basically the delicious ‘Five Alive’ of matcha flavours and I’m 100% still thinking I need to have it in my cupboard – though I can probably wait until the summer. Something about it prepared iced came off as just a touch soapy, but as the ice melted a bit and watered down the matcha it was just perfect once again.

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