Berries and Cream Matcha

Tea type
Green Matcha Blend
Ingredients
Green Tea, Natural Flavours, Sugar
Flavors
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Medium
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Edit tea info Last updated by Perry Papadopoulos
Average preparation
175 °F / 79 °C

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  • “It’s hard for me to know how much matcha to use when it has sugar and other ingredients bulking up the powder. It seems that whatever was left in the sample sized bag I got was the perfect amount....” Read full tasting note
  • “Smoothie Sipdown (249) I store my matchas in the freezer except the last time I made a smoothie with this (Wednesday, I think) I forgot it on the counter. When I got home from class I was craving a...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I prepared this as an iced latte, and it was what I pretty much expected. There is a lot more emphasis placed on the “berries” aspect in regards to the flavouring. It’s reminiscent of a...” Read full tasting note
    76
  • “Found a pouch of this in the office and it’d been so long since I last had it that I decided I’d whisk myself up a hot mug of it to enjoy while doing some lab testing. I was reminded, however, why...” Read full tasting note

From DAVIDsTEA

Dreaming of berries and cream? Get your fix with this fruity blend of stone-ground matcha, creamy vanilla and mixed berry. It’s smooth as silk and sweet as a summer day. Plus it’s got iced latte written all over it. Whisk one up with ice and milk for a vibrant refresher that’s cool and deliciously satisfying. Trust us – this is one Insta-worthy treat you’ll want to share with everyone. Guess dreams really do come true.

This fruity matcha comes prepacked in limited edition white bag for summer – the perfect way to introduce a friend to matcha green tea.

Price per 50g: $9.98

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9 Tasting Notes

1056 tasting notes

It’s hard for me to know how much matcha to use when it has sugar and other ingredients bulking up the powder. It seems that whatever was left in the sample sized bag I got was the perfect amount. I added some creamer (which is slightly sweetened) and got a very pleasant cup. I get matcha at the start of the sip with a little grass and berries more in the aftertaste. Hard to tell about the cream part after adding my own cream, but the overall taste is indeed creamy. I like this one and can see it making a really good summer drink served over ice. I would consider buying it again.

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C

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Smoothie Sipdown (249)

I store my matchas in the freezer except the last time I made a smoothie with this (Wednesday, I think) I forgot it on the counter. When I got home from class I was craving a smoothie and with this just sitting there staring at me, it got tossed in.

I didn’t actually measure anything so I don’t know how much of this I used other than I know I finished the package. I also didn’t measure the honey I added and so today this is less berry and more honey. Still good. Sweet. Creamy. Soft berry notes. Honey. Yum!

In other news, I have been craving KFC for like 4 days. I don’t even like KFC! But I have been thinking about it forever it feels like and I am debating if I should order it but I have food here and should probably eat that.

Roswell Strange

I found it super weird that KFC, in Montreal, is PFK. It’s such a small, arbitrary thing but that and a few of the other businesses with names that are different from the rest of Canada (like Shoppers/Pharmaprix) really tripped me out when I moved. It was just something I had never even considered might be different.

VariaTEA

Loblaws and Provigo was a hard one for me. Also I forgot about PFK. That is how the French sneaks up on you.

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I prepared this as an iced latte, and it was what I pretty much expected. There is a lot more emphasis placed on the “berries” aspect in regards to the flavouring. It’s reminiscent of a blueberry-açai “power fruit” juice or what have you. The matcha powder itself isn’t as aromatic as I would have expected (unlike its Honeydew cousin).

But, come to think of it, I need to give DAVIDsTEA credit for the berry flavouring to not be artificial to the point that it tastes like actual chemicals. That was a huge issue I had with Red Leaf Tea’s fruit-flavoured matcha. Almost every one I tried had an extremely off-putting chemical undertone, whereas this does not.

Helena

sounds interesting. I might have to try it.

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8541 tasting notes

Found a pouch of this in the office and it’d been so long since I last had it that I decided I’d whisk myself up a hot mug of it to enjoy while doing some lab testing. I was reminded, however, why I hadn’t had this tea in so long – I do not like it. It’s such a chalky tasting berry and cream profile to me, undoubtedly from the cream flavouring that I know I don’t always respond favourably to. Plus, this was definitely a fairly old batch of the tea and that only would have exaggerated those qualities.

It’s a pass from me.

Friendly reminder that I do not numerically rate DAVIDsTEA blends as I’m currently employed there and it would be an obvious conflict of interest. Any blends you see with numerical ratings were rated prior to my employment there. These reviews are a reflection of my personal thoughts and feelings regarding the teas, and not the company’s.

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561 tasting notes

This is so delicious as a smoothie! Tastes exactly like berries and cream. I’m in love! Best part? This 50g of loose matcha was free with my steeper points along with the other two in this collection (Honeydew Matcha and Hawaiian Punch Matcha).

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