3 Leaf came out with new matcha flavors! I had 3 Leaf’s Peach and Coconut matcha last time, and they were great. 3 Leaf sent me some of their new flavors – Lavender, Lemonade, and Raspberry Matcha. I love flavored matchas once in awhile, they are usually best iced or with milk, and I love both for tired mornings or workouts. I followed their instructions, which is close to my usual method anyways. 1 teaspoon of matcha is around 2-3 grams. 3 Leaf Lavender Matcha This Lavender Matcha is the one I’m scared about. I do like lavender, but lavender has a high … Continue reading, hoot!
Today’s review is a newer offering from 3 Leaf – a seller that has expanded a loose leaf tea line. When I was introduced to them, they did pretty good flavored matchas. I was excited to see Unsmoked Lapsang Souchong. Unsmoked Lapsang Souchong is an uncommon find. “Regular” Lapsang Souchong is a very common find in most loose leaf tea shops here in North America as it is a very western taste bud friendly tea. I know many people who love the intense smokey flavor, plus Lapsang Souchong is one of the most common teas to cook with. If you … Continue reading, hoot!
Matcha seems to be getting really popular these days as I see it starting to be sold by many tea sellers. I love flavored matchas – I own a bunch of different flavors with a couple different tea sellers. I don’t often prepare matchas in the traditional whisk/chasen, despite owning the tools. I think bubble/boba tea and Starbucks Green Tea lattes taste so good to me, that I prefer to make matcha as a milk shake blended with ice and milk. With that said, I love a good flavored matchas, it’s a delicious treat. 3 Leaf Tea is a new tea … Continue reading, hoot!