Tiramisu Black Matcha

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  • “I love tiramisu. I mean, I really really love it. If I go out for Italian, you can bet on what dessert I’ll have (no matter how good anything else is). Even a medicore slice of tiramisu is good,...” Read full tasting note

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Tiramisu Matcha is a deliciously blended treat that exquisitely combines hints of chocolate, coffee and Matcha. This exotic drink with strongly oriental leanings is delectable in its ability to produce different sensations on the palate. With its chocolate hints of sweetness and distinct coffee appeal complemented by Matcha’s light presence, Tiramisu Matcha is an unforgettable drink. It is an exceptional addition to the refreshment offering for special occasions where people are willing to go out of their palate’s comfort zones to experience rare wonders.

This distinct tasting treat makes a wonderful addition in any kitchen where fine sophisticated drinks can be enjoyed and appreciated anytime of the day or night. Its well rounded and bold flavors make for exquisite entertainment on any adventurous palate. Tiramisu Matcha, is a sweetish treat that changes depending on the desires of its may takers. It can be an excellent acquired taste for any high tea gathering of like-minded adventurous people.

Company formerly known as Red Leaf Tea.

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I love tiramisu. I mean, I really really love it. If I go out for Italian, you can bet on what dessert I’ll have (no matter how good anything else is). Even a medicore slice of tiramisu is good, but a really great piece is just… perfection. Coffee, chocolate, cream, ladyfingers. It’s tangy, rich, decadent, and so so good. The best I ever had was in Paris, though several places in NY have tiramisu that is almost as good. Of course, I had to try the tiramisu flavored matcha! And because I love the flavor so much, I went for the Robust level and the black matcha base which I just loved so much on the Cookies & Cream.

This matcha really solidifies my love for the black matcha base. I think… I might even like it better than green matcha! In fact, I think I might like the base here better than the flavoring. This was my first time with Robust, but I don’t think it is significantly more flavored than Distinctive. Then again, I think it really depends on the flavor itself—I’ve had delicate matcha that was stronger flavored than this one (Caramel) and my Cotton Candy at distinctive was so strong I honestly could barely taste the matcha! Here I think the Robust works well, it’s definitely not the strongest dessert flavor.

You can taste many of the elements: coffee, cream, and chocolate. I think the black base bolsters them a lot, since the similar notes make it taste more like tiramisu. I can’t imagine this one with a green base, I feel like the grassiness would be kind of in competition with the trio of tiramisu elements. Well, the green does have good reviews, but I think I prefer it with a black base!

This is a good matcha, though perhaps not as mind-blowing and great as some of the others I’ve tried from Red Leaf. It’s actually quite similar to cookies & cream, but without such a bold chocolate taste. What I find really interesting is that I’d swear I can taste a bit of alcohol here—not artificial flavoring, but like what they soak the bottom layer of real tiramisu in. Interesting! You can pick this one up here:


I think where this matcha will REALLY shine is in baking. Just imagine, a lovely delicate square of Tiramisu Black Matcha Pound Cake. Aww yeah.


You are a genius!


I made a cream cheese pound cake the other day with my 50/50 Bavarian Cream matcha and it was out of this world good. Matcha is so much fun to bake with! I might make ice cream with the Cotton Candy too.


Alphakitty, I wish you lived within stalking distance. =P


I also thought this tasted like the cookies and cream! But better :)


That’s funny, I liked Cookies & Cream more than this one! XD They are pretty darn similar though.

@Nik: We should do a Steepster-wide baked goods tea swap!

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