Bloom Teas London BLOOM Tropical Matcha : Pleasant fruity green tea drink

Pleasantly mild tasting with a caffeine kick. I’ve been into loose leaf and herbal tea for a few years now, but this is the first powdered matcha that i’ve tried. The mango aroma is really quite strong, in a nice way, but this doesn’t translate to the taste itself, which is very mildly flavoured. The green tea taste comes through stronger than the mango flavouring, and it’s pleasant. This variety might be a good choice for anyone who finds green tea too bitter. One other thing to note is that it’s caffeinated and has a real kick to it. The recommendation on the jar is two to three daily as a maximum, and much in the same way as energy drinks it’s not for children or pregnant women. I tried it in place of my usual afternoon green tea, had two cups in quick succession and was wired. I have restricted it to one cup a day since thenthe process of making it (as a tea at least) is quite a routine – as it requires whisking up. I resisted the purchase of a ceremonial japanese whisk and bowl, but can see the appeal :)all in all this is a nice tea, and one that i’m intrigued enough to try different varieties of when i’m finished with this.

Pleasantly mild tasting with a caffeine kick. I’ve been into loose leaf and herbal tea for a few years now, but this is the first powdered matcha that i’ve tried. The mango aroma is really quite strong, in a nice way, but this doesn’t translate to the taste itself, which is very mildly flavoured. The green tea taste comes through stronger than the mango flavouring, and it’s pleasant. This variety might be a good choice for anyone who finds green tea too bitter. One other thing to note is that it’s caffeinated and has a real kick to it. The recommendation on the jar is two to three daily as a maximum, and much in the same way as energy drinks it’s not for children or pregnant women. I tried it in place of my usual afternoon green tea, had two cups in quick succession and was wired. I have restricted it to one cup a day since thenthe process of making it (as a tea at least) is quite a routine – as it requires whisking up. I resisted the purchase of a ceremonial japanese whisk and bowl, but can see the appeal :)all in all this is a nice tea, and one that i’m intrigued enough to try different varieties of when i’m finished with this.

Pleasant tasting, not convinced of the health benefits though. I’ve previously reviewed the bloom sunrise matcha (30g) and there’s little to add here, since the only difference between the two products are the flavours – that one grapefruit, this one mango. Whilst you can drink it as a tea, indeed that’s what it’s intended for – i don’t like hot drinks, so i’ve tried this in smoothies and milkshakes, mostly. I did also try whisking it in milk and adding it to porridge oats, but that was a bit of a clumpy disaster. The mango flavour isn’t as strong as i found the grapefruit one, and if i didn’t know one was mango and the other grapefruit i’d have been hard pushed to tell which was which. Both have a pleasant but relatively unidentifiable citric tang to them. So, if you like green tea, you’ll probably like this. If you don’t like green tea but you’ve been convinced it’s good for you, this is certainly worth a try to add to smoothies etc. Though it does turn them green. Here are the specifications for the Bloom Teas London BLOOM Tropical Matcha:

  • Organic Japanese Matcha – Ceremonial Grade.
  • Flavoured with delicious tropical mango.
  • Naturally low in fat and sugars, high in fibre and protein and salt-free.
  • FREE-FROM’ all allergens and suitable for Vegans and Vegetarians.
  • Make hot or iced tea or whisk into juices, smoothies, lattes, cereal, yoghurt, soup, salad, rice, pasta, pulses and desserts.

Pleasant fruity green tea drink. I’ve recently tried the mojito version of this (peppermint and lime flavour) so this will cover some of the same ground. Firstly, the term ‘ceremonial grade’ has no legal basis so can only really be compared with other grades of the same manufacturer. That said, this is a very fine blend. Also, i cannot comment on the health benefits so i have taken those as read in other sources. I am a regular drinker of green tea but the mojito blend was the first time i had tried matcha. The tropical version has a much more fruity smell than the mojito (in which the peppermint taste is stronger). I have tried it cold, stirred into orange juice and hot with the hot water poured over the powder through a tea strainer. In the juice, the powder gave it a slightly thicker texture although not as thick as a smoothie.

Nice taste, added flavour is good, but not overpowering. If you like green tea then you will probably like matcha. Its got a similar flavour (some people find it an acquired taste) the different thing about this matcha is it has added flavour. I think the added flavour definitely helps. I usually drink black tea, black without sugar so im used to tea that isnt milky or sweet but i find green tea a tad on the bitter side and i think a bit a sweet helps it. I think matcha is the same, much as that goes against my thinking (add sugar to tea?. Blergh)i am a tea geek and usually drink leaf tea rather than bags (dont hate me, i dont like coffee, much as i ve tried and i need a bit of ceremony with my hot drink if i cant have a venti skinny soya decaff maccacciono latte with syrup etc) i adore the fact tyhat i have a bit of work to do to prepare this. It includes a teeny scoop and a small cup takes 4 scoops. You have to whisk the tea after adding the water to get a froth (ooh, a teaccino) but i didnt get a froth this way (wrong whisk?. Weak wrists?) but i do get a froth when i shake the tea mix. So the flavour is nice and how does it feel. Well i wasnt expecting anything and it might be placebo but im sure i felt livelier after drinking it (which is odd as im a bit of a sloth)a nice tea to make and drink, has a nice flavour and may make you feel better.

Reviews from purchasers :

  • Whisking skills required
  • Good value but not their best
  • Refreshing brew of green tea

This is like normal matcha to look at but has a strong smell of mango. This strength is very much tuned down when you make the drink and taste it. The mango does mask the usual matcha taste, some might prefer this. Otherwise, this is very pleasant and easy to drink.

All of the benefits of green tea with great flavour. I loved this variety of bloom tea, i’ve tried some of the other products in the past, but the subtly sweet taste of the tropical blend is perfect to add to my baking and smoothies as well as on its own as a drink. Strongly recommend putting it in your favourite healthy cookie recipe or breakfast bar for a guilt-free treat.

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  1. Green tea supplement with very mild peach flavour. Can be drunk or added to food. This matcha is a green tea supplement flavoured with fruit extract. It smells lovely when a little bit of hot water is added to the half teaspoon of matcha powder. The dark green colour initially looked a bit off-putting, but i quickly got used to it. On my first few attempts at making this, i didn’t think it actually tasted of much when i’d added a bit more water to make it into an iced tea, so i’ve been reducing the amount of extra water to make it taste stronger. This is a bit of trial and error because the instructions on the jar only explain how to initially make the concentrated drink using 100ml of hot water, but not how much extra water to use for iced tea. The jar also says that this drink is not suitable for pregnant women and children due to having caffeine in it, so it would also not be suitable if you are currently trying to conceive. It’s also suggested that this supplement can be added to food if you don’t want to drink it. I personally didn’t really feel much benefit from this supplement, but others might get better results.
    1. Green tea supplement with very mild peach flavour. Can be drunk or added to food. This matcha is a green tea supplement flavoured with fruit extract. It smells lovely when a little bit of hot water is added to the half teaspoon of matcha powder. The dark green colour initially looked a bit off-putting, but i quickly got used to it. On my first few attempts at making this, i didn’t think it actually tasted of much when i’d added a bit more water to make it into an iced tea, so i’ve been reducing the amount of extra water to make it taste stronger. This is a bit of trial and error because the instructions on the jar only explain how to initially make the concentrated drink using 100ml of hot water, but not how much extra water to use for iced tea. The jar also says that this drink is not suitable for pregnant women and children due to having caffeine in it, so it would also not be suitable if you are currently trying to conceive. It’s also suggested that this supplement can be added to food if you don’t want to drink it. I personally didn’t really feel much benefit from this supplement, but others might get better results.
  2. I like green tea very much; quite apart from the health benefits, as it is high in anti-oxidants, simply because i enjoy the taste. This is a ‘tropical matcha,’ which simply means it has a slight aroma/taste of mango, but that was more obvious with cooking with this, than with drinking it. I say this, because this product has a lot of uses and there are suggestions, for those unfamiliar with using green tea, on the packaging (although the print is quite small). You make all kinds of things with this. I have a recipe for ice cream which includes green tea and that tasted lovely using this. You can also use this in various puddings. However, mostly i just enjoy green tea, unsweetened. You just use a scoop and add hot water. This has a pleasant taste – not particularly fruity in its original form, but a nice blend and nicely packaged.
  3. This review is from : BLOOM Tropical Matcha (30g)

    I like green tea very much; quite apart from the health benefits, as it is high in anti-oxidants, simply because i enjoy the taste. This is a ‘tropical matcha,’ which simply means it has a slight aroma/taste of mango, but that was more obvious with cooking with this, than with drinking it. I say this, because this product has a lot of uses and there are suggestions, for those unfamiliar with using green tea, on the packaging (although the print is quite small). You make all kinds of things with this. I have a recipe for ice cream which includes green tea and that tasted lovely using this. You can also use this in various puddings. However, mostly i just enjoy green tea, unsweetened. You just use a scoop and add hot water. This has a pleasant taste – not particularly fruity in its original form, but a nice blend and nicely packaged.
  4. This review is from : BLOOM Tropical Matcha (30g)

    I am a huge fan of loose-leaf chinese green teas and thought i would give this japanese matcha a try; i have enjoyed it previously as a flavouring in ice cream, but only had it as a drink in pukka herbs supreme green matcha tea ft 20 bags(pack of 4) form. The 30g pot provides 30 servings at the recommended ‘tea shot suggestion’ of ½ a teaspoon in 100ml of water. I personally found this to be really strong and prefer to reduce the amount of matcha to water even more than this. When you open the pot there is the overwhelming scent of mango, and this continues when you make the tea with hot water – the flavour when you drink it however, is definitely the earthy grassiness of a rich and potent green tea. I do prefer my green tea to have a more delicate flavour hence my personal feeling that the serving suggestion makes this tea a little too strong for my taste. It is also quite strange to have a tea that smells like mango but tastes completely differenta friend kindly gave me a bamboo matcha whisk, spatula and bowl to try out with the tea but i still didn’t seem to be able to whip it up into the frothy topped mixture described, or seen in images. Possibly a lack of technique?. This means that even after whisking up there is always a little bit of a separation between the powdered tea and the hot water which leaves a residue at the bottom and a slight graininess to the drink. So, honestly, a little disappointed.
  5. This review is from : BLOOM Tropical Matcha (30g)

    I am a huge fan of loose-leaf chinese green teas and thought i would give this japanese matcha a try; i have enjoyed it previously as a flavouring in ice cream, but only had it as a drink in pukka herbs supreme green matcha tea ft 20 bags(pack of 4) form. The 30g pot provides 30 servings at the recommended ‘tea shot suggestion’ of ½ a teaspoon in 100ml of water. I personally found this to be really strong and prefer to reduce the amount of matcha to water even more than this. When you open the pot there is the overwhelming scent of mango, and this continues when you make the tea with hot water – the flavour when you drink it however, is definitely the earthy grassiness of a rich and potent green tea. I do prefer my green tea to have a more delicate flavour hence my personal feeling that the serving suggestion makes this tea a little too strong for my taste. It is also quite strange to have a tea that smells like mango but tastes completely differenta friend kindly gave me a bamboo matcha whisk, spatula and bowl to try out with the tea but i still didn’t seem to be able to whip it up into the frothy topped mixture described, or seen in images. Possibly a lack of technique?. This means that even after whisking up there is always a little bit of a separation between the powdered tea and the hot water which leaves a residue at the bottom and a slight graininess to the drink. So, honestly, a little disappointed.
    1. It added a nice overlay to the orange juice and made it slightly. I am basically a big fresh coffee drinker, i will drink tea if i’m in the mood and all the other teas, tinctures, chai’s etc i rarely try. I’d heard of matcha and so i thought i would give it a go. Trying it hot and cold i must say i preferred it cold, with orange juice and ice. It added a nice overlay to the orange juice and made it slightly thicker as well. I tired it without other fruit juices and i must say it tasted really nice, the mango flavour came out quite strongly and then settled down to a nice fresh taste that went well with being chilled. I think i will try other matchas’ now after taking this first step.
      1. It added a nice overlay to the orange juice and made it slightly. I am basically a big fresh coffee drinker, i will drink tea if i’m in the mood and all the other teas, tinctures, chai’s etc i rarely try. I’d heard of matcha and so i thought i would give it a go. Trying it hot and cold i must say i preferred it cold, with orange juice and ice. It added a nice overlay to the orange juice and made it slightly thicker as well. I tired it without other fruit juices and i must say it tasted really nice, the mango flavour came out quite strongly and then settled down to a nice fresh taste that went well with being chilled. I think i will try other matchas’ now after taking this first step.
  6. This review is from : BLOOM Tropical Matcha (30g)

    This is really strange stuff – this stone-ground powdered green tea is a new one for me. It comes as a fine, grassy powder, and mixes to an amazing green colour. Taste appears to be very sensitive to preparation: water temperature, mixing proportions and technique. It seems to work best with a small whisk. I’m still deciding whether i really like it (think i do), but it’s fun to prepare and drink.
  7. This review is from : BLOOM Tropical Matcha (30g)

    This is really strange stuff – this stone-ground powdered green tea is a new one for me. It comes as a fine, grassy powder, and mixes to an amazing green colour. Taste appears to be very sensitive to preparation: water temperature, mixing proportions and technique. It seems to work best with a small whisk. I’m still deciding whether i really like it (think i do), but it’s fun to prepare and drink.
  8. This review is from : BLOOM Tropical Matcha (30g)

    Smells better than it tastes. This, sadly, is one of those products that disappointed me. Not because it was awful, but because i felt it could have easily been a little better. The difference between okay and really good. I don’t tend to be a fan of green tea, as my tastebuds miss subtle flavours. For that reason, i drink really cheap coffee and tend to go for strong tasting food. With that in mind, i got a couple of other people in my family to try this green tea, too; i didn’t want to skimp on giving it a fair go, especially at this pricewe all agreed that it smells absolutely fantasticwhenever i walk into a room with this open and being prepared, i’m overwhelmed by an intense, glorious scent of mango. It’s glorious and if i could buy this exact scent in an air freshener, i would. The taste is a little different, though. Honestly, it’s a bit of a letdown.
    1. Smells better than it tastes. This, sadly, is one of those products that disappointed me. Not because it was awful, but because i felt it could have easily been a little better. The difference between okay and really good. I don’t tend to be a fan of green tea, as my tastebuds miss subtle flavours. For that reason, i drink really cheap coffee and tend to go for strong tasting food. With that in mind, i got a couple of other people in my family to try this green tea, too; i didn’t want to skimp on giving it a fair go, especially at this pricewe all agreed that it smells absolutely fantasticwhenever i walk into a room with this open and being prepared, i’m overwhelmed by an intense, glorious scent of mango. It’s glorious and if i could buy this exact scent in an air freshener, i would. The taste is a little different, though. Honestly, it’s a bit of a letdown.
  9. This review is from : BLOOM Tropical Matcha (30g)

    This is certainly a different way to drink green tea: i happen to love green tea, usually with a little honey, so i was intrigued about all the interest in matcha. So this is a powdered concentrated green tea with an added mango flavour. I have to confess that i am not a fan of mango, but i was willing to try a different form of green tea. I read that this powder can be added to yogurt, smoothies etc. And you could even prepare iced tea – frankly i just like green tea in a cup at work. . The mango smell is quite strong on opening the jar, but once you have stirred the powder into comfortably hot water, you can really only taste the green tea. I think i may have mixed mine a bit strong. This doesn’t taste unpleasant, but it’s nothing special either. It is an expensive alternative to loose leaf tea, but i think i’ll stick to the leaves.
  10. This review is from : BLOOM Tropical Matcha (30g)

    This is certainly a different way to drink green tea: i happen to love green tea, usually with a little honey, so i was intrigued about all the interest in matcha. So this is a powdered concentrated green tea with an added mango flavour. I have to confess that i am not a fan of mango, but i was willing to try a different form of green tea. I read that this powder can be added to yogurt, smoothies etc. And you could even prepare iced tea – frankly i just like green tea in a cup at work. . The mango smell is quite strong on opening the jar, but once you have stirred the powder into comfortably hot water, you can really only taste the green tea. I think i may have mixed mine a bit strong. This doesn’t taste unpleasant, but it’s nothing special either. It is an expensive alternative to loose leaf tea, but i think i’ll stick to the leaves.
  11. This review is from : BLOOM Tropical Matcha (30g)

    This is a great quality matcha powder. This is a great quality matcha powder, you can really taste the difference between this and some of the cheaper brands that i’ve tried. A half tea spoon whisks well into a small mug of hot water giving a lovely froth for a mid afternoon pick me up, i much prefer this to a coffee in my attempt to avoid the jitters i get from a strong coffee. Make it up with cold water, over ice for a refreshing alternative drink. It’s also an unusual addition to smoothiesvery much recommended.
    1. This is a great quality matcha powder. This is a great quality matcha powder, you can really taste the difference between this and some of the cheaper brands that i’ve tried. A half tea spoon whisks well into a small mug of hot water giving a lovely froth for a mid afternoon pick me up, i much prefer this to a coffee in my attempt to avoid the jitters i get from a strong coffee. Make it up with cold water, over ice for a refreshing alternative drink. It’s also an unusual addition to smoothiesvery much recommended.
      1. Pleasant fruity green tea drink. I’ve recently tried the mojito version of this (peppermint and lime flavour) so this will cover some of the same ground. Firstly, the term “ceremonial grade” has no legal basis so can only really be compared with other grades of the same manufacturer. That said, this is a very fine blend. Also, i cannot comment on the health benefits so i have taken those as read in other sources. I am a regular drinker of green tea but the mojito blend was the first time i had tried matcha. The tropical version has a much more fruity smell than the mojito (in which the peppermint taste is stronger). I have tried it cold, stirred into orange juice and hot with the hot water poured over the powder through a tea strainer. In the juice, the powder gave it a slightly thicker texture although not as thick as a smoothie.
  12. This review is from : BLOOM Tropical Matcha (30g)

    Pleasant fruity green tea drink. I’ve recently tried the mojito version of this (peppermint and lime flavour) so this will cover some of the same ground. Firstly, the term “ceremonial grade” has no legal basis so can only really be compared with other grades of the same manufacturer. That said, this is a very fine blend. Also, i cannot comment on the health benefits so i have taken those as read in other sources. I am a regular drinker of green tea but the mojito blend was the first time i had tried matcha. The tropical version has a much more fruity smell than the mojito (in which the peppermint taste is stronger). I have tried it cold, stirred into orange juice and hot with the hot water poured over the powder through a tea strainer. In the juice, the powder gave it a slightly thicker texture although not as thick as a smoothie.
  13. This review is from : BLOOM Tropical Matcha (30g)

    Better than the mojito flavour. Better than the mojito flavour, this one was excellent when used to make a frappe. It also went down well when made into ice cream. The mango flavouring is not overpowering, being more of a delicate note, though the scent of it is very obvious. Now a few things about matcha:one must never use boiling water or the taste will be off. So, how should you prepare matcha?1. Place a teaspoon of tea into a small tea sieve. This kind: kitchen craft stainless steel long handled tea strainer- boxed2. Using hot water (turn the kettle off just as it before it goes to a boil), pour slowly through the sieve. Use a small whisk to whisk until frothy. While traditionally not sweetened, if you wish to make a sweet beverage, add your chosen sweetening agent before whisking. For a latte style beverage, place in a large mug and top with frothed milk (soy for a more japanese experience). For a frappe, blitz in a blender with soy and ice cubes.
  14. This review is from : BLOOM Tropical Matcha (30g)

    Better than the mojito flavour. Better than the mojito flavour, this one was excellent when used to make a frappe. It also went down well when made into ice cream. The mango flavouring is not overpowering, being more of a delicate note, though the scent of it is very obvious. Now a few things about matcha:one must never use boiling water or the taste will be off. So, how should you prepare matcha?1. Place a teaspoon of tea into a small tea sieve. This kind: kitchen craft stainless steel long handled tea strainer- boxed2. Using hot water (turn the kettle off just as it before it goes to a boil), pour slowly through the sieve. Use a small whisk to whisk until frothy. While traditionally not sweetened, if you wish to make a sweet beverage, add your chosen sweetening agent before whisking. For a latte style beverage, place in a large mug and top with frothed milk (soy for a more japanese experience). For a frappe, blitz in a blender with soy and ice cubes.
    1. I didn’t think i’d like this but i do. It’s very easy to whisk up (i actually shake it up in one of my easiyo containers) and has a great taste. It also seems to perk me up and i have been losing weight much more easily since i have been taking it.
      1. I didn’t think i’d like this but i do. It’s very easy to whisk up (i actually shake it up in one of my easiyo containers) and has a great taste. It also seems to perk me up and i have been losing weight much more easily since i have been taking it.
  15. Good value but not their best. For those who don’t know matcha, it is a concentrated form of green tea with very high levels of catechins and polyphenols which are thought to protect against cancer and other age related deterioration. They are also said to be energy boosting and mind boosting but there is little scientific evidence of that. It comes in two main grades, culinary grade and ceremonial grade (for the japanese tea ceremony), the latter being more expensive and tasting better. However, whether anyone seriously drinks it for the flavour is questionable. Even the best matchas taste very bitter and grassy. I have compared this with five other matchas from bloom, two other ceremonial grade matchas and one culinary grade. This is quite good but i don’t think the idea of adding flavouring works. The flavour isn’t strong enough to mask the bitterness and grassy flavour with a bit of mango doesn’t taste a lot better than grassy flavour on its own. They do a plain one which is good.
    1. Good value but not their best. For those who don’t know matcha, it is a concentrated form of green tea with very high levels of catechins and polyphenols which are thought to protect against cancer and other age related deterioration. They are also said to be energy boosting and mind boosting but there is little scientific evidence of that. It comes in two main grades, culinary grade and ceremonial grade (for the japanese tea ceremony), the latter being more expensive and tasting better. However, whether anyone seriously drinks it for the flavour is questionable. Even the best matchas taste very bitter and grassy. I have compared this with five other matchas from bloom, two other ceremonial grade matchas and one culinary grade. This is quite good but i don’t think the idea of adding flavouring works. The flavour isn’t strong enough to mask the bitterness and grassy flavour with a bit of mango doesn’t taste a lot better than grassy flavour on its own. They do a plain one which is good.
  16. This review is from : BLOOM Tropical Matcha (30g)

    I’ve been trying to drink more green tea for its health benefits, but what i really love is using it in cooking. And if you’re using it for cooking, then it has simply got to be matcha. I don’t know a huge amount about tea, but matcha is a higher grade (as is reflected in the price) with a very delicate flavour, and the leaves are crumbled so finely that it is simply whisked into liquid in powder form rather than brewed like loose leaf teas. As such, it lends itself really well to being used in puddings and cookery, lending a delicate flavour and a lovely colour tooas it happened, this tea arrived on a day when i was due for dinner with friends and had been asked to bring pudding. I googled match recipes and ended up making chocolate – i used coconut oil, coconut flour, icing sugar, a bit of cream and this matcha powder rolled into balls, then frozen and dipped into chocolate. We also made the tea to drink with them, though it was a little less successful on its own. When you open the jar, there’s an amazing mango fragrance. You can smell it from across the room and it’s lovely, not at all artificial or cloying.
  17. This review is from : BLOOM Tropical Matcha (30g)

    I’ve been trying to drink more green tea for its health benefits, but what i really love is using it in cooking. And if you’re using it for cooking, then it has simply got to be matcha. I don’t know a huge amount about tea, but matcha is a higher grade (as is reflected in the price) with a very delicate flavour, and the leaves are crumbled so finely that it is simply whisked into liquid in powder form rather than brewed like loose leaf teas. As such, it lends itself really well to being used in puddings and cookery, lending a delicate flavour and a lovely colour tooas it happened, this tea arrived on a day when i was due for dinner with friends and had been asked to bring pudding. I googled match recipes and ended up making chocolate – i used coconut oil, coconut flour, icing sugar, a bit of cream and this matcha powder rolled into balls, then frozen and dipped into chocolate. We also made the tea to drink with them, though it was a little less successful on its own. When you open the jar, there’s an amazing mango fragrance. You can smell it from across the room and it’s lovely, not at all artificial or cloying.
  18. This review is from : BLOOM Tropical Matcha (30g)

    This ‘tea shot’ is actually surprisingly nice. The taste is a concentrated green tea flavour with a slight hint of mango, although it smells more like passion fruit to me. To make the shot you simply add 1/2 tsp of powder to 100ml hot water and mix it together thoroughly, then pour over ice to make an iced tea. It makes a great addition to smoothies and juices too but it is nice enough to drink on its ownthe shot is very green, think blended greens green, and cleanses the palate nicely. It is recommended to have 1 shot a day for optimal digestive results. It’s pretty effective at reducing bloating and you certainly feel as if you’ve done something healthy. The price isn’t crazy for what you get as with 1 shot a day this should last approx 2 months for one person. This is a really nice way to take in superfoods without feeling like you’re making an effort about it.
  19. This review is from : BLOOM Tropical Matcha (30g)

    This ‘tea shot’ is actually surprisingly nice. The taste is a concentrated green tea flavour with a slight hint of mango, although it smells more like passion fruit to me. To make the shot you simply add 1/2 tsp of powder to 100ml hot water and mix it together thoroughly, then pour over ice to make an iced tea. It makes a great addition to smoothies and juices too but it is nice enough to drink on its ownthe shot is very green, think blended greens green, and cleanses the palate nicely. It is recommended to have 1 shot a day for optimal digestive results. It’s pretty effective at reducing bloating and you certainly feel as if you’ve done something healthy. The price isn’t crazy for what you get as with 1 shot a day this should last approx 2 months for one person. This is a really nice way to take in superfoods without feeling like you’re making an effort about it.
    1. I love this matcha, it is my favourite one so far. It has a nice taste as a green tea and i like that you can drink it as a tea or add it to smoothies. I love that it comes in a glass jar with a tiny spatula, although i find it easier to just use a half a spoon measurer. I like the added mango as it adds a slight sweetness to it. This matcha also smells lovely. This is my third matcha from bloom and i am very happy with it.
      1. I love this matcha, it is my favourite one so far. It has a nice taste as a green tea and i like that you can drink it as a tea or add it to smoothies. I love that it comes in a glass jar with a tiny spatula, although i find it easier to just use a half a spoon measurer. I like the added mango as it adds a slight sweetness to it. This matcha also smells lovely. This is my third matcha from bloom and i am very happy with it.

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