£8£4 per 100g
delicious alternative latte created using Matcha green tea powder with a hint
of Madagascan vanilla. It has a base
of coconut milk powder and is sweetened with a little raw crystallised
coconut nectar, and makes a frothy, warming and comforting drink. Made quickly and simply by adding water,
you can take and make it anywhere.
Matcha is a superhero amongst teas, as it is super-concentrated and packed full of goodness. Grown undercover for the last two weeks of cultivation to produce lots of chlorophyll, it is highly prized in Japan and has been used for hundreds of years by Buddhist monks before meditation. It is fast becoming the preferred alternative to coffee in the UK as people discover its unique flavour and remarkable qualities.
Country of Origin
OrganicSuitable for vegetarians
|of which saturates (g)
|of which sugars (g)
|Organic Coconut Milk Powder (Organic Coconut Milk, Organic Tapioca Maltodextrin, stabiliser: Organic Gum Acacia), Organic Raw Crystallised Coconut Nectar, Organic Matcha Green Tea Powder (3%), Organic Vanilla Powder
|Organic. Vegan. Free from GMO. Free from dairy. Free from gluten.
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (42)
I wouldn't buy this again, it just tastes like coconut, you can barely taste any matcha.
tastes like crap and is not instant
I drink a lot of matcha, this product seems like it wasnt tested before being put on the shelf? It doesnt dissolve unless put in a milk frother which at that point you should buy normal matcha and make a proper latte
Excellent. Seems to be same as Starbucks
Absolutely love this. It seems to be the same drink that is sold in Starbucks for around £4 a drink, so is excellent value. Has been a godsend when I have not been able to get to starbucks for my fix during lockdown!
Should be called coconut tea
Unfortunately the taste of coconut is just too overpowering and I could barely feel the matcha. It feels like someone accidentally dropped coconut oil or a few Raffaellos in your drink.
It has a weak taste and over powered by the coconut powder.
It was like drinking hot water with a hint of coconut. Not tasty enough to buy again.