Matcha au Lait - Plain

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Iced 7 oz / 193 ml

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An exquisite matcha drink made with an elegant, highly aromatic matcha from Uji, Kyoto.Just add milk to this matcha au lait mixture. A rich milky taste with a light astringency and a sweet aftertaste. You may use hot water in place of milk to enjoy a quick aromatic matcha drink. Can be easily prepared using a heat-resistant mug in a microwave.

Ingredients: Granulated sugar, Matcha (Japan)

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In case you’re wondering, this isn’t pure green tea matcha. It’s the tea mixed with a little sugar. As a result, the powder is noticeably grainier than other matchas I’ve had, with granules larger than even Lupicia’s other latte mixes.

When mixed with milk, it tastes rather like green tea ice cream. Sweet and creamy, but with the slight bitterness of green tea. It’s nice.


I’m not jazzed about this one plain or w/ water, but it would make a killer matcha lemon or limeade I imagine:)


oops *plain or w/ milk


Ha ha, I was like “Plain or w/ water? What’s the difference? I don’t get it!”


And of course THAT’s when the delete button decided to vanish.

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So I picked up the autumn sampler pack of these Matcha au Lait mixes at the Lupicia store in Honolulu, because pretty packaging and yay autumn things! It came with plain, caramel, and chestnut flavors. It seems like this plain one is just matcha with some sugar added.

They give instructions for preparing it in the microwave, but I’m not really a hot latte fan these days, so I prepared it iced. I added just enough warm water to dissolve the sugar (which seemed like it was superfine, and dissolved very quickly) and then topped it up with cold oat milk for 150ml of liquid total, and poured over ice.

I’m honestly very surprised at how not-that-sweet it is, especially at this concentration. Every other sweetened matcha I’ve had has been too sweet for me, but this one is actually nice. It’s similar to the amount of sweetener I would add to an iced latte myself.

The matcha flavor is nice and strong due to the relatively small amount of liquid, and it’s grassy with a touch of bitterness at the end of the sip. Nothing amazing for sure, but it makes for a pleasant morning beverage. Excited to try the flavored ones!

Flavors: Bitter, Creamy, Freshly Cut Grass, Grassy, Nori, Sweet, Vegetal

Iced 5 OZ / 150 ML

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It lacks flavor and takes a few tablespoons to actually make anything! I do not recommend this, ever.

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