Coconut Matcha

Tea type
Green Matcha Blend
Ingredients
Matcha Green Tea, Natural Coconut Flavor
Flavors
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Caffeine
Medium
Certification
Vegan
Edit tea info Last updated by Perry Papadopoulos
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  • “(DavidsTea 35) I need to work on my matcha-making skills… I put in WAY too much and quite enjoyed my pretend latte until I hit a giant mound of matcha sludge at the bottom. Oops. Oh well, a bit...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I just purchased this matcha and tried some this morning. I was waiting to get my new matcha whisk set because I noticed my old whisk had lots of little bits of wood splintering off. I assumed it...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Oh, hello new matcha friend! There are a few returning matcha flavours and matcha dusted teas online now, but this bad boy is brand new – and also… unsweetened! Don’t get me wrong, I’m definitely...” Read full tasting note

From DAVIDsTEA

Channel pure refreshment with this revitalizing and benefit-packed matcha green tea blend. Bursting with hydrating coconut, it makes a creamy and energizing iced tea that’s guaranteed to keep you cool no matter what you get up to. Want to kick it up a notch? Whip up an iced latte and say hello to your new pick-me-up.

What makes it great

Made with an energizing base of finely ground matcha green tea from Aichi, Japan.

We added hydrating coconut for a delicious pick-me-up.

Amazing as an iced tea or whipped up into a frothy iced latte.

$12.98 per 50g

About DAVIDsTEA View company

DavidsTea is a Canadian specialty tea and tea accessory retailer based in Montreal, Quebec. It is the largest Canadian-based specialty tea boutique in the country, with its first store having opened in 2008.

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(DavidsTea 35)

I need to work on my matcha-making skills… I put in WAY too much and quite enjoyed my pretend latte until I hit a giant mound of matcha sludge at the bottom. Oops. Oh well, a bit more milk and agave and it was ok.

Anyways, this tea. I appreciated that it wasn’t pre-sweetened, so I wasn’t paying high matcha prices for sugar, and I actually really liked the flavouring. It tasted quite natural to me, and wasn’t overly strong, but it still stuck out above the matcha and (vanilla) agave I used. Hopefully DT will come out with some other unsweetened, flavoured matchas (although I like the simplicity of not needing to add sweetener, when I’m lazy).

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I just purchased this matcha and tried some this morning. I was waiting to get my new matcha whisk set because I noticed my old whisk had lots of little bits of wood splintering off. I assumed it needed to be replaced (even thought it wasn’t very old) and got a set from Harney and Sons. It came with whisk, chashaku, and bowl. All are very pretty, but I noticed the whisk also has little bits of wood sticking off. So… is this normal? Am I eating splintered bamboo pieces? I may never know…. no one else I know drinks matcha, So if anyone knows the answer… please let me know??
I used two scoops using the chashaku scoop (as the David’s tea website suggests). It seemed like a lot. The powder was kind of clumpy and I feel like it scooped more than normal because of it. It had a nice strong coconut-y smell. It mixed pretty easy, not too chunky. I didn’t get a good froth (but I was trying to be delicate with my new chosen!) It tasted a bit bitter (my water was probably too hot). And I did get a coconut flavor. I liked it very much, as I’m trying to ween myself from the sweetened flavored matchas. I also usually make a matcha latte, but am trying to enjoy plain. This was pretty good to achieve this. It was a dark slightly muddy colored green in my bowl. I’ve had a nice buzz of energy going. Not the kind that makes you feel shaky and crazy… but I have gotten a lot accomplished. I made fruit salad and muffins!

Later in the day, I discovered an entire box of coconut water that is close to expiring. So, I drank some and gave some away. A friend suggested using it to cook oatmeal, and rice. Which made me think of yummy coconut rice and then coconut shrimp. Which I had for dinner. So- my coconut matcha started a whole day of coconut apparently!

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Oh, hello new matcha friend!

There are a few returning matcha flavours and matcha dusted teas online now, but this bad boy is brand new – and also… unsweetened!

Don’t get me wrong, I’m definitely still a sucker for a sweet matcha but I don’t always want my matcha to be sweet and I personally really believe that unsweetened flavoured matcha can be just as good at the sweetened stuff. This technically isn’t DT’s first unsweetened flavoured matcha, but it might as well be – the others we’ve carried were Kale Matcha (which had actual kale in it) and Sunset Matcha (which had strawberry and orange powder). So, this is kind of the first “pure play” flavoured matcha we’ve done…

I feel like coconut matcha was a good flavour to start with to “dip our toes” into this zone. We’ve had the Coconut Water Matcha before, but not a true coconut. I find the flavouring pretty mild, but that’s to be expected – when you go from something where the flavour is being considerably carried/made richer from the sugar the unsweetened version is bound to feel a lot more subtle/delicate. What I really like about it is the creaminess – the matcha base here is already preeettyyy naturally creamy but the addition of coconut just makes it seem all the more light, fluffy and refreshing to me.

I decided not to take any of this one home for myself, as hard as that way, because I just don’t crave coconut flavoured things too frequently and I already have a frankly excessive amount of the Coconut Water Matcha – but it was a hard call! I’m really working this tea at being disciplined with the tea I take home given how accessible it is for me just within the office. So, I’m patting myself on the back for making that call.

I just really hope that this matcha resonates with people – I would really like to push more towards diversifying the sweet and unsweet matcha options in the DT line up, but there has to be a clear interest in that before it’ll happen. So far my favourite way to enjoy this is iced with a good splash of milk – it’s just a really refreshing cup that way!

Friendly reminder that I do not numerically rate DAVIDsTEA blends as I’m currently employed there and it would be an obvious conflict of interest. Any blends you see with numerical ratings were rated prior to my employment there. These reviews are a reflection of my personal thoughts and feelings regarding the teas, and not the company’s.

tea-sipper

YAY for unsweetened matcha options!

Lexie Aleah

Yay Indeed

Lizzie

I am hoping for more unsweetened!

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