Raspberry Ripple Matcha

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From Bird & Blend Tea Co.

Raspberry ripple green tea matcha powder.

One of the most underrated ice cream flavours out there… are we right!? Sweet raspberries & creamy vanilla ice cream flavours in this high quality Japanese green tea matcha powder. Try a dollop of berry syrup to finish this one off as an iced or hot matcha latte treat!

Japanese Matcha Green Tea, Natural Flavouring Granules

Warning: Packed in an environment that contains nuts.

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Sipdown (1904)!

This matcha was really interesting and also quite a bit stronger in flavour intensity than expected. The raspberry is so thick and jammy tasting that, were it not for a strong vanilla custard note, it would almost remind more me of the filling of a jelly donut! I do recommend finishing it off while it’s hot though; I noticed that the cooler my matcha got the more medicinal the berry notes started to taste…

Tea Photo: https://www.instagram.com/p/CjQSxa6OjoV/

I picked up this chawan from the Montreal Tea Festival. It’s officially my tenth which is definitely a bit excessive, but how do you resist those saturated colours!?

Song Pairing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=csNejPd0IT0

DrowningMySorrows

Love the colors in your new matcha bowl! I want a nice one but I’m too indecisive. There are about 20 of them I really like and I can’t decide…basic white porcelain with a nice shape, glass to match all my other glass tea paraphernalia, pretty much all of Eiko Miyaji’s gorgeous floral and leaf designs…and so I’m still using a cereal bowl from the dollar store. I guess the upside is that I probably won’t cry too much if I drop it in the sink and break it.

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