Blueberry Matcha

Tea type
Matcha Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Blueberry, Creamy, Dried Fruit, Freshly Cut Grass, Grassy, Oatmeal, Sweet, Syrupy
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Caffeine
High
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Edit tea info Last updated by Cameron B.
Average preparation
Iced 16 oz / 473 ml

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  • “I only drank this as an addition to smoothies. It added very nice fresh blueberry flavor and hopefully gave me the afternoon boosts I needed. Today was a sipdown, although I still have a few of...” Read full tasting note
  • “Shook a teaspoon of this into my iced water for a hike in Malibu Creek State Park. The usually-dry riverbed is deep, the rapids painted neon with massive seaweed blooms. Creekbed to sky, everything...” Read full tasting note
  • “Sipdown! (31 | 31) So I haven’t been craving matcha much lately, not sure if it’s because of the cooler weather or what. But I don’t want to let my matcha languish into sad brown blandness, so I’m...” Read full tasting note
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  • “This one was a huge let down for me… I think it’s partially my fault – my expectations for a blueberry matcha were already pretty high and having this one after the raspberry matcha really only...” Read full tasting note

From 3 Leaf Tea

TASTING NOTES:
Juicy, Sweet, Crisp

Juicy, sweet blueberries perfectly balanced with our deliciously smooth premium grade matcha.

INGREDIENTS:
Premium grade matcha infused with natural blueberry flavor.

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5 Tasting Notes

3311 tasting notes

I only drank this as an addition to smoothies. It added very nice fresh blueberry flavor and hopefully gave me the afternoon boosts I needed. Today was a sipdown, although I still have a few of their others flavors left.

For flavored matcha and powdered hojicha both flavored and unflavored, I would definitely buy from this company again. I have enjoyed everything I tried from them.

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Shook a teaspoon of this into my iced water for a hike in Malibu Creek State Park. The usually-dry riverbed is deep, the rapids painted neon with massive seaweed blooms. Creekbed to sky, everything is so green. I didn’t plan the color coordination, but bright matcha was right at home.

Sat down at our turnaround point just as I was getting the sugar lows; some gooseberries, an apple, and this refreshing little splash were a perfect pick-me-up. I look forward to having this warm with almond milk, as I think the berries will jam up and really shine.

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4081 tasting notes

Sipdown! (31 | 31)

So I haven’t been craving matcha much lately, not sure if it’s because of the cooler weather or what. But I don’t want to let my matcha languish into sad brown blandness, so I’m going to make an effort to have some every day or two until I sip through everything.

This pouch was my first time trying this one from 3 Leaf, and I really enjoyed it. To be honest though, I’ve enjoyed all of their flavors so I wasn’t surprised. I always prepare my matcha as an iced oat milk “latte” (although it’s not foamed), and this flavor has a really nice blueberry oatmeal or muffin sort of vibe that way, especially since I sweetened it with maple syrup. The blueberry here is definitely more of a dried blueberry flavor IMO, like you might find in blueberry instant oatmeal or Blueberry Morning cereal. So it has more of a concentrated, sweet flavor rather than a tart, fresh one.

Very tasty! I think the raspberry is still my favorite of their fruity flavors, but they’re all good. I probably won’t order again for a while since I’m not really drinking a lot of matcha at the moment, but I would buy this one again.

Flavors: Blueberry, Creamy, Dried Fruit, Freshly Cut Grass, Grassy, Oatmeal, Sweet, Syrupy

Preparation
Iced 2 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML
Jean027

I really like the matcha’s from 3 Leaf. I have tried birthday cake, lemonade and banana. I will have to try blueberry and raspberry. Have you tried their hojicha powders? I definitely want to try theirs.

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I just got this in my inbox from 3 Leaf two days ago, for anyone interested: offering 20% off all matcha and hojicha through Jan 31st – just use coupon code CELEBRATION at checkout. Excludes starter packs, kits and bundles.

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site might help: threeleaftea.com

Cameron B.

@Jean – The peach matcha is really good too! I have tried some of their hojicha powders and the banana is definitely my favorite, but I haven’t tried the cinnamon yet.

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16045 tasting notes

This one was a huge let down for me…

I think it’s partially my fault – my expectations for a blueberry matcha were already pretty high and having this one after the raspberry matcha really only made them higher. However, there’s not much in this matcha that reminds me of blueberries at all. It’s really delicately flavoured and sort of drying/astringent – more so than most of 3 Leaf Tea’s selection which, I’m assuming, are all using the same matcha base. It’s not fresh or juicy or jammy, but rather “cooked” and in a way that is just off for a blueberry tea…

Sorry, pass on this one for me.

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921 tasting notes

You know, I am a bad geek, maybe. I have a fancy kindle fire just loaded with books, but I have not read much lately. Each night when I settle into bed, my kindle is there waiting for me, but instead of reading I play games. I have been lately addicted to Plague Inc (though that game has been frustrating me immensely) Mini Warriors (it is tempting to throw all the moneys at this game, it is so much fun) and Townsmen (even if I find the description of women spend all day at the market and men do all the work rather tasteless) I dabble with a few others, but those are the big time sinks.

So today is the last of my Matcha weekend binge, and I finish off with Blueberry Matcha from 3 Leaf Tea, and fun fact, I used to be hardcore addicted to blueberry green tea, I went from consuming a lot of it to it being a fun nostalgic treat. Mainly I gave it up because my favorite one is nigh impossible to get, ugh! Like the Orange Matcha I had the other day, the aroma of the green pile of powder is only faintly the flavor, like having a pile of Matcha sitting next to a pile of blueberry waffles and fresh blueberries. The Matcha is both sweet and grassy, very green, which I think compliments the Blueberry aroma. Adding water and whisking it really brings out the blueberry notes, it has a tiny bit of tartness to the aroma, much like blueberries have at times, but it also has that super sweet blueberry jam note that I love.

And again, like the Orange Matcha, the Blueberry Matcha is really quite tasty as a traditional whisked up bowl of tea. The blueberry taste is fairly light, like eating a mouthful of blueberries and then drinking Matcha. It is green, grassy, with fresh hay and growing things. The finish is where most the blueberry taste it, and it lingers into the aftertaste.

Yay, there is milk, meaning I am making a latte! I have a wicked sore throat (thank you allergies, or whatever, maybe just breathing in the raining tree pollen is irritating my throat) so a bit of creamy cold sweetness sounds perfect. Well, it is delicious, as expected, like a Matcha latte but with a scoop of fresh blueberries and blueberry jam, which is great by me. See, I love blueberries, but I really hate tart blueberries, give me those super sweet juicy ones any day. Adding sugar and making it into a latte gives it a bit of that blueberry candy taste, but I am ok with that (turns out it is one of my favorite candy flavors) and it works well with the greenness of the Matcha. I really liked the blueberry, but I am pretty sure the orange stole my heart.

For blog and photos: http://ramblingbutterflythoughts.blogspot.com/2015/03/3-leaf-tea-blueberry-matcha-tea-review.html

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