Today I'll be gushing about Rishi Tea's Sweet Matcha Green Tea. I'll be honest. When I first decided to do this tea review blog, I had pretty much zip for tea knowledge. I had no idea green tea came in powder form, and you can pretty much do ANYTHING with it - even make tea biscuits!! So I did some homework and found an awesome recipe from Yummly which is an recipe site I stumbled upon a while back, and tried this delicious stuff out.
Here is all of what I got, from which I will be doing one review of each product here every day until I go through it all - that's how much they sent!!
See that kraft tubish container? CHOCK FULL OF TEA!
Alrighty that's just a few pictures. So I said I like to bake, remember? OK Well I did just that. I made the most scrumptious sweet matcha green tea biscuits!!! I paired it with a vanilla shake that I added a tablespoon of the sweet matcha to.
On to my review!!!!!
Sweet Matcha is pure Japanese green tea harvested from shade-grown bushes, traditionally stone-ground into a fine powder, and combined with milled cane sugar.
Gorgeous light green powder
Delectable sweet fragrance, like fresh tea leaves and sunshine.
In the tea cookies, it gave a slightly sweet kiss of green tea flavor with almost a caramel side. In the milkshake it blended perfectly with the vanilla, which turned it into a desserty, more heavy green tea flavor.
Light creamy green
No brewing this time!
pretty sure...its tea.
Not to brag but my cookies rawk, and so do my shakes. This is definitely a treat. Go get some.