Cardamom Matcha

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Matcha Tea
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Cardamom
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Caffeine
High
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  • “started the day out with this one to finish the last of my samples before the end of the year. I adore cardamom and this was a nice treat, even though i’ve been off matcha. Made it as a matcha...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Last week my brother-in-law and I decided to try the Dalgona coffee recipe or I insisted he try it since I don’t drink coffee. We had one failed attempt due to using coffee grinds that claimed to...” Read full tasting note
  • “Hot oat milk latte! I really, really enjoyed the oat milk lattes I was making a few months ago – however, I also didn’t go through the litre of oat milk I had purchased fast enough and it did this...” Read full tasting note
    92

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TASTING NOTES:
Aromatic, Warm, Distinct

Rich, aromatic cardamom spice awakens your senses with each sip. A spice typically used in the middle east for both sweet dishes and teas.

INGREDIENTS:
Premium grade matcha infused with natural cardamom flavor.

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7 Tasting Notes

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started the day out with this one to finish the last of my samples before the end of the year. I adore cardamom and this was a nice treat, even though i’ve been off matcha. Made it as a matcha latte and it got me through the craze of this morning lol Thanks for the share variaTEA!

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Last week my brother-in-law and I decided to try the Dalgona coffee recipe or I insisted he try it since I don’t drink coffee. We had one failed attempt due to using coffee grinds that claimed to be instant but weren’t and then we bought actual instant coffee and had a lot of success with it. So much that it’s been his go to coffee drink in afternoons and we have blasted through 1/2 of the instant coffee.

I tried to use the same dalgona coffee recipe to make dalgona matcha and it was a disaster. Here is my tasting note for the failed attempt: https://steepster.com/rachel12610/posts/401164 and also, my photos: https://www.instagram.com/p/B-PwSjCgGV5/

Today, I found a new recipe that used an egg white and a sugar/water syrup. Lookswise, it is definitely improved. You can see that picture here: https://www.instagram.com/p/B-cmqxCAf8Q/

Tastewise, it is crazy sweet which is to be expected in light of the 1/4 cup of white sugar that went into it via a simple syrup. If you can get over the sweetness though, it is creamy af. It’s basically like drinking a cardamom milkshake with the slightest hint of matcha. It’s interesting, to say the least. I think the Banana Matcha or a more fruity flavor would have worked better though since a cardamom milkshake is more odd than a strawberry or banana one. Nevertheless, it was a fun experiment and one made possible by Roswell Strange who share this with me. Thank you!!

I may try this again with a fruitier matcha. As for the cardamom matcha, it definitely has potential and would maybe work better in a white chocolate latte or made hot. I will play around with it since the cardamom flavor is definitely there.

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Hot oat milk latte!

I really, really enjoyed the oat milk lattes I was making a few months ago – however, I also didn’t go through the litre of oat milk I had purchased fast enough and it did this super gross thing where it fermented. So, I stopped buying it – that is, until a few days ago when I was at the grocery store and I saw that they were now carrying oat milk in little 250ml tetra packs – the kind a kid might take to school in a lunchbox. Perfection! I bought one of the smaller sets of three, because I realized that they’re the exact perfect amount for a latte! So, I can cut one open into my Breville and froth it, with zero waste of the milk itself (and then just recycle the tetra pack). What a wonderful solution to the problem I had!

So that’s exactly what this was; small bit of matcha paste whisked up and then mixed with the 250ml pack of frother oat milk. It’s fucking delicious too; cardamom oat milk!? Oh hell yeah, don’t mind if I do! It was creamy, and a little sweet and very warming/comforting. Couldn’t have planned it better if I’d tried!

Photo (because the swirl was just so pretty):

https://www.instagram.com/p/BzLH0NAAKh6/

Flavors: Cardamom

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