Organic Superfood Matcha Unsweetened

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Matcha Tea
Cacao, Matcha Powder
Bitter, Cocoa, Seaweed, Vanilla
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Boiling 15 g 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “I ordered Amoda Tea’s matcha tasting set last month and have been working through each one to see which I like best and which I want to order again. We received a sample of their classic matcha in...” Read full tasting note

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100% pure organic matcha, cacoa & maca

Get energized, find balance, and relieve stress.

This blend was created with your well-being in mind. Combat stress and get things done! The ingredients were selected and balanced to give you energy in a calm and focused state so you can get more done without harming your body with stress. Organic matcha blended with mineral & nutrient rich cacao and maca. Cacao is an excellent source of magnesium, fiber and zinc. Maca root, a Peruvian superfood, is an adaptogen. It helps your body cope with stress, reduce anxiety and improve your mood.

Suggested uses: Add to lattes, frappes or smoothies. Sprinkle over ice cream or yogurt.

Lattes: Place 1 Tbsp of mix into a mug. Add 1-2 oz of hot water. Mix with an electric frother or whisk. Fill your mug with hot foamed milk or cold milk and ice.

Smoothies: Place 1 Tbsp of mix into your blender with your smoothie ingredients. Blend until smooth.

All organic ingredients: matcha, raw cacao powder, maca powder, vanilla powder

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I ordered Amoda Tea’s matcha tasting set last month and have been working through each one to see which I like best and which I want to order again. We received a sample of their classic matcha in our last subscription box and my husband fell in love. He ordered himself a tin of their ceremonial matcha and I got the sampler to see if I might find one I can love too. Amoda sent an extra large pouch of the classic matcha (Thank you, Tegan!!) so now we have plenty to try. I’m still not quite accustomed to the taste of matcha or to the smell (I’m getting a lot of seaweed), but I’m trying to open my mind to it.

For this blend, I started with this recipe that I found online for a Mocha Maca Matcha – For two servings, I used my full sample pouch of superfood matcha, two teaspoons of Amoda Tea’s culinary matcha, a half tablespoon of cocoa powder, a mixture of lite coconut milk and water, plus honey to sweeten. I doubled the rest of the recipe and pulsed it in the blender for a few seconds to make a thick and frothy morning drink.

The color is a muddy green, likely due to the turmeric, and it has a bit of spice to it from the cayenne so it’s definitely warming. It was bitter at first but a little extra honey tamed it nicely. I know that since I added the other ingredients it will be hard for me to determine exactly what the matcha blend tastes like, but I think I’m picking up on some of the flavors even after adding to it. I can smell the vanilla and cocoa in the dry blend, for example, and the matcha flavor is definitely there in the finished cup. I’m still not as big a fan as my husband, but I’m getting there.

Flavors: Bitter, Cocoa, Seaweed, Vanilla

Boiling 15 g 8 OZ / 236 ML

Thanks for sharing this! I didn’t even know Amoda had matcha! I have found a few good looking recipes on that page, too. I don’t have a blender, so I’m not sure how that would work, as I use an electric whisk/frother to make my matcha. I might have to try that sample kit.


I’m sure the electric frother would work! I think the sampler is definitely the way to go. I used the entire sample of this one, but I have a little left of the others of you would like to try them. I would be glad to send you some!


That would be great! I think I may splurge for our anniversary later this month and nab the matcha maker travel mug from Davids…probably butchered that name, but I’m too lazy to look it up. :P


It will probably be a few days before I can put something together, but I’ll definitely be sending some goodies your way. :)


Take your time. I still need to get to the nanoushan you sent…maybe tomorrow I can make some up in my gaiwan, though my gaiwan is so tiny that it is almost not even worth the trouble sometimes, because it is just a few sips worth, it seems.


oh my goodness! I fell off the Steepster bandwagon and can’t believe I’ve been inactive for so long! I’m just reading this now, but still thankful for the kind words. Have you been experimenting more with matcha? Have you become accustomed to the taste now?

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