Wild Honey Matcha

Tea type
Green Matcha Blend
Ingredients
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Flavors
Floral, Honey, Honeysuckle
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Bulk, Loose Leaf
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Edit tea info Last updated by Roswell Strange
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  • “As I am sure we all know Steepster was once again having issues yesterday. If I didn’t invest the time in drafting over 5000 notes, I would give up on the site because every time it seems to...” Read full tasting note
    86
  • “As I mentioned for the Peach Matcha, this one had a weirdly artificial scent from the bag. The scent disappeared (or was muted?) after brewing though. I’m not sure if it was the smell of...” Read full tasting note
    75
  • “Matcha topped popcorn! I’ve been craving “Sweet Popcorn” lately, which I’m pretty sure is a flavour of popcorn that used to be carried by Orville Redenbacher years and years ago that isn’t produced...” Read full tasting note

From DAVIDsTEA

Unleash your flower power with this deliciously floral matcha green tea. Dripping with wildflower honey flavour and the freshness of energizing stone-ground green tea, this sweet and fragrant matcha powder is like sipping a spring day. Whether you try it hot, iced or as a tasty green tea latte, it’s pretty much guaranteed to put some pep in your step.

How it tastes:

Floral with sweet honey notes and a touch of astringency and freshness from the matcha

What makes it great:

● Perfect for matcha newbies!

● Matcha is antioxidant-rich green tea powder that is packed with detoxifying and energizing health benefits.

● Delicious hot, iced or as a floral green tea latte.

50 g of this matcha makes around 4-5 16 oz cups of hot/iced tea or 4-5 hot/iced tea lattes.

Cane sugar, matcha green tea, natural wildflower honey flavouring.

About DAVIDsTEA View company

DavidsTea is a Canadian specialty tea and tea accessory retailer based in Montreal, Quebec. It is the largest Canadian-based specialty tea boutique in the country, with its first store having opened in 2008.

13 Tasting Notes

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5286 tasting notes

As I am sure we all know Steepster was once again having issues yesterday. If I didn’t invest the time in drafting over 5000 notes, I would give up on the site because every time it seems to improve, it goes right back to being messed up. Nevertheless, here I am, adding more notes now that I finally can.

I finished off one package of this when I drank it yesterday but have another in my freezer. I used it in the usual way – as an addition to my smoothie. I tried to change things up and added spinach to my smoothie. The recipe was one cup packed spinach, one cup frozen banana, just under a cup of milk, and the matcha – not sure how much because as per usual, I just dumped some in. However, the spinach was so mild that between the matcha and the banana, it was just too sweet. Overly sweet with a vegetal finish. It’s was an odd juxtaposition so I won’t be making this particular smoothie again.

tea-sipper

I eat spinach all the time, but never dared trying spinach in a smoothie… but if you say it hides in the background, I might just have to try it.

VariaTEA

I think with different fruit/matcha, it could have been better. I tasted it a little bit but I think a fruit with a stronger flavor would have been fine.

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As I mentioned for the Peach Matcha, this one had a weirdly artificial scent from the bag. The scent disappeared (or was muted?) after brewing though. I’m not sure if it was the smell of concentrated flavouring, or the DT bags, or?? Anyhow, this was reasonably tasty. Did have a honey-ish profile, and blended quite nicely into hot water without much effort on my part. I think I prefer fruity matchas, but this was certainly worth the try.

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Matcha topped popcorn!

I’ve been craving “Sweet Popcorn” lately, which I’m pretty sure is a flavour of popcorn that used to be carried by Orville Redenbacher years and years ago that isn’t produced anymore. I remember that when I tried it I must have been like 13, and it came in a box of mixed flavours of instant popcorn along with a DVD that had single episodes of various TV shows; House, Monk, etc…

It’s weird how the brain works; I tried this flavour ONCE like ten years ago and suddenly my body (for over a week now) has been like “Yo, WE. NEED. THIS.” What even is that!?

Well, since I can’t find it I tried to do the next best thing – make my own sweet popcorn! So, I made a bag of Orville Redenbacher instant popcorn and topped it with this matcha, which is basically just like a sweet honey flavour. That’s kind of Sweet Pop, right!? Well, it was tasty but not exactly like the flavour that I have locked into my mind.

Darnit, brain!

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.

Mastress Alita

I remember the sweet popcorn! That stuff was good…

ashmanra

Was it Kettle Corn? Thats what they sold here and it was Orville Redenbacher. I think there was also a Kernel Seasons topping by that name.

Roswell Strange

I don’t believe so; I could be wrong since it was a considerable amount of time ago but I distinctly remember the name “Sweet Pop”. Maybe I’ll take a look for that name anyway though, just to see…

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