Maca Cocoa Jade

Tea type
Matcha Tea
Ingredients
Cacao, Matcha Powder
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  • “My friend bought this at a local chocolate and coffee festival, and she didn’t like it, so she very kindly gave the 2 oz bag to me. The matcha itself is quite umami, while the chocolate is pretty...” Read full tasting note
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SAKU’s rich Maca Cocoa Jade is earthy, malty and packed with goodness – the perfect blend to get you moving! Matcha is nutritious & delicious + it focuses and energizes. Our premium matcha is shade grown at high altitudes in Aichi, Japan

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My friend bought this at a local chocolate and coffee festival, and she didn’t like it, so she very kindly gave the 2 oz bag to me. The matcha itself is quite umami, while the chocolate is pretty rich and authentic. The cocoa mixes with and balances out the umami matcha flavor. I mixed it into cold milk and added lots of sugar. Though I enjoyed my first cup, my second cup I found to be a little savory for my preferences, maybe due to the maca? I think it’s better with almond/soy milk, which can tame some of the umami flavor. It also turns out clumpier than matcha I’ve tried from other companies. My partner really enjoys this one hot with soy milk. I wish it were less savory.

beerandbeancurd

Interesting. I use maca a lot in smoothies, and it always tastes malty to me.
Bummer about the savory.

AJRimmer

I’m not familiar with the flavor of maca, so it’s possible it was just the matcha itself I was tasting!

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