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Dream Matcha Tea Co. Premium Matcha Green Tea Powder

30/03/2016

Dream Matcha Tea Co. Premium Matcha Green Tea Powder review and swatch
Dream Matcha Tea Co. Premium Matcha Green Tea Powder review and swatch

Dream Matcha Tea Co. Premium Matcha Green Tea Powder 50g: £13.99*

GREEN TEA EVERYTHING

Literally, green tea everything. I love green tea. It’s my tea of choice as well as matcha desserts! Been an avid fan since I was 12 and it’s just an addiction. Green tea is known to have many benefits and one of them is boosting the metabolism.

Matcha powder is finely grounded green tea leaves that has a higher concentration of antioxidants. One cup of matcha green tea is the equivalent to around 10 cups of brewed green tea. I’ve been adding a teaspoon to my smoothies and drinking a cup before my workouts. Don’t let the colour blind you. When the tea is prepared properly, the taste is different to the brewed green tea bags. It’s more herbal-ly, earthy. If you’re not use to green tea in general, this would take longer to get use to.

The tea will taste bitter if you add hot boiling water straightaway. Leave it to cool for 5-10 minutes then pour the water. A standard tea spoon doesn’t help blend the tea properly and you will be left with the powder settling in on the bottom of the cup. The traditional way is to use a whisk and you can buy it at Dream Matcha Tea Co as well. It does blend lovely when I add it to my smoothies to give me that extra boost even though I can’t taste the matcha flavour. I’ve used this to make pancakes, clean ice cream and oh boy, was it delish! I could add this to many things. The list is endless.

This is good quality matcha and is worth spending £13.99 on. Dream Matcha Tea Co also run have a blog where you can find many yummy matcha recipes.

Have you tried matcha green tea?

PR sample. All views are my own.
35 comments so far.

35 responses to “Dream Matcha Tea Co. Premium Matcha Green Tea Powder”

  1. Emma Dean says:

    Wow I can't say I've heard of this before but it definitely sounds interesting – I was never much of a tea person until recently so I'm always open to trying out new things!

    Btw if you're a big tea fan, there's a store called T2 down in London and they have hundreds of different flavours of tea – it's fantastic! xo

    Emma-Louise | Dino's Beauty Diary

  2. Stressed Mum says:

    I have never tried green tea and never heard of this one before, It does sound interesting though x

  3. Suzanne says:

    I have heard a lot of great things about green tea and in particular Matcha. The healing and soothing properties can be felt almost right away. The perfect unwind with tea.

  4. Blogs by FA says:

    I am not much of a tea person but I sometimes enjoy green tea. Haven't tried this one yet. Should try soon!

    Fatima | http://www.blogsbyfa.com

  5. Elizabeth O. says:

    I like green tea because of its benefits there are days though that I would prefer something else. It's good to know how to prepare it the right way. Thanks for the instructions, I had no idea you needed a whisk for better blending.

  6. Laura Ferry says:

    I've tried matcha before and I really would love to like it but I just don't. So annoying as I love the colour and like trying things that are out of the norm for me xxx

  7. Rhian Westbury says:

    I've got some matcha tea but I've actually never tried it, definitely something I need to if it has that many antioxidants in it x

  8. Bhushavali N says:

    The color looks so bright and interesting. I'm hearing so much about Matcha tea of late. I should try it out too..

  9. Fred Hawson says:

    I am ok with Matcha, not as much as others, but I kind of like the taste. We have just come from Japan, and they really use it to flavor a whole lot of delicacies, including Kitkat chocolate bars.

  10. Becca @ Amuse Your Bouche says:

    I'm not that familiar with matcha, I had no idea you weren't meant to use hot water! I bet this stuff is fab in smoothies.

  11. Sarah-Louise Bailey says:

    I have to admit I've not tried matcha tea before – how interesting, I think I'll have to give it a try some time. x

  12. Harriet from Toby & Roo says:

    This would be ideal for my mother in law, she loves that kind of tea 🙂 H x

  13. Emma White says:

    I do drink a lot of green tea its really good for you

  14. Nayna Kanabar says:

    I have tried matcha tea but I can't say it's something I enjoy whole heartedly although I do like it as a flavour in baking etc.

  15. Liz Mays says:

    I haven't tried this but I definitely like the extra antioxidants. It might be nice to try it out.

  16. Ickle Pickle says:

    I am not a tea person (I prefer coffee) but I do know how good green tea is for you, and have heard great things about Matcha. Kaz x

  17. The London Mum says:

    Thank you for explaining how to use it! I've been put off from buying it because I've not known how to prepare it. x

  18. RUSS says:

    Matcha Green Tea is something that I have yet to try. I've read about its health benefits and I definitely should give it a try. I'm all for anything good for my body & well-being.

  19. Leoniiamber says:

    I have never tried green tea, this looks great though and I love the colur of it thanks for sharing x

  20. Kitty Kaos says:

    I had always wondered the difference between this and normal green tea good to know I may have to try some X

    Miss Kitty Kaos – Adventures Of A Riot Grrrl

  21. Erica Villas says:

    Mm I love me some green tea. Living in Asia, they're quite everywhere. I don't mind it cause it's so good!

  22. Leke Awonuga says:

    Many thanks for blessing us with the instructions. Green tea is quite a herbal tea which edifies the body system to function properly.

  23. Vivian Yuen says:

    Matcha pancakes sound like a dream!

    Vivian | LIVE . IN . LOVE

    ~

  24. Franc says:

    It's great to have matcha tea. the antioxidant can really refresh your body.

  25. mail4rosey says:

    I have heard of it before. I would be willing to try it.

  26. When I drink tea, I go for peppermint or chamomile. I'm not so much a fan of green tea or matcha. There's a bitter aftertaste. It's acquired taste because my friends and my sister are just crazy over matcha. On the other hand, I love the bitter dark chocolates while they don't.

  27. Sunshine Kelly says:

    I love green tea is awesome. I usually i had the tea bag I hardly buy the powder form.

  28. RainbowDiaries Website says:

    I like green tea and different options available in that. It is good for health too. Thanks for haring about this brand.

  29. Emily Rose Vass says:

    I love green tea but haven't tried matcha yet although i have been meaning too it just seems like quite a splurge! xxx

  30. Mumsand Babies says:

    I have heard about Matcha but never tried it, seems to be a good option for all green tea lovers.

  31. Zoe IKIWN says:

    I really need to drink more green tea, I've heard such good things about it and what it can do for you. I had no idea about letting the water cool first, when I've tried it in the past it's been a little bitter and now I know why so thank you for the tip! x

  32. Daniella says:

    I've recently started to cut down on my coffee consumption and started to drink teas instead so I might like this one as an alternative.

  33. Rebecca Smith says:

    I am still yet to try it yet have heard lots of good things

  34. Raine Pal says:

    I have not try this Matcha Tea. I am curious what's the taste of the tea.

  35. Phylicia Marie Pineda says:

    Matcha everything! Aside from it being healthy, it adds great flavor to desserts, which is why I also love it. I hope they make this available here.

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