Review: Kiss Me Organics Culinary Grade Organic Matcha Green Tea Powder Review

 Review: Kiss Me Organics Culinary Grade Organic Matcha Green Tea Powder Review

When I was asked by Kiss Me Organics if I would like to try their new Culinary Grade Organic Matcha Green Tea Powder, I thought how great the timing was for this as The Huffington Post have recently written an article on the 15 foods to add to your diet and Matcha Green Tea is number 1!!

Kiss Me Organics Matcha Tea is sold exclusively on Amazon for £18.  It's 100% Organic, tested for purity and contains more than 137x the antioxidants found in a cup of brewed tea.  All these claims can be found on the packaging.  So for the past week I've been trying out Matcha Tea and I must say, this is not ceremonial tea, this is culinary tea and as such, you can 'just add water' but that is a very acquired taste - and you may find it better used in cooking.

 Review: Kiss Me Organics Culinary Grade Organic Matcha Green Tea Powder Review

When you purchase this product you are supplied with a website to visit which will give you recipes to use with this Matcha Green Tea.  There is also a wealth of options on Pinterest but what I've been using my Matcha for - is Porridge!

 Review: Kiss Me Organics Culinary Grade Organic Matcha Green Tea Powder Review

As I mentioned above, this is Culinary Grade Tea and when I mentioned that I would be trying this on social media, I received random tweets back with some suggestions.  Oh, I do love twitter!
So thanks to Neil Bennun I have been mixed this in my porridge each morning and it's rather nice!  I wasn't convinced after tasting it with just hot water but it works!  It's rather tasty!  Now this does claim to give you all day energy and focus and I have to agree I have had a good week on this but it may be due to the Matcha, it may be due to my new weekly regime of ensuring I have breakfast before I leave the house or it may be my new de-clutter program I'm currently trying out OR (and more than likely) a combination of all 3.

 Review: Kiss Me Organics Culinary Grade Organic Matcha Green Tea Powder Review

Armed with a variety of choices of what to do with Culinary Matcha Green Tea, you too can join in with the number 1 food to add to your diet in 2015 by entering my brand spanking new giveaway!  All I need you to do is complete the giveaway widget below and a winner will be picked at random.

Please make sure you read the terms and conditions as the delivery of this product is via a code on Amazon and if for any reason you can not not select the free 3-5 day delivery Kiss Me Organics are happy to refund any delivery charge immediately.  *COMPETITION NOW CLOSED*

This is a review and competition post. 
I was sent a packet of Kiss Me Organics Culinary Grade Organic Matcha Green Tea 
Powder  for the purpose of this review. All opinions are my own.



20 comments:

  1. iwould probably try it on the porridge or with greek yoghurt as suggested :)

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  2. I have tried the Tea Pigs Matcha tea before with hot water so would try it that way first and see if like otherwise would put in smoothies

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  3. I would use it in smoothies x

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  4. iv never tried it at all so id try it with hot water first

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  5. I love matcha. I would try adding it to porridge because I've never done that. I'd also consider using some for baking. It's a great source of flavor in Japanese treats.

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  6. I would use it on porridge

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  7. Just for drinking - though I'm sure I've seen facial cream recipe somewhere

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  8. Trying it with porridge sounds like a great idea :)

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  9. I'd put it in with my morning smoothies! :)

    Jen xx
    www.kitsch-n-sync.com

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  10. I have porridge every morning so I think I would try yout idea of adding it to that for a start -

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  11. I love to use it in my green smoothies and to make matcha lattes too!

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  12. want to put it in my porridge as not a fan drinking it when ive had it!

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  13. hannah walkerJanuary 11, 2015

    Think I would try it with youghurt x

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  14. I'd make a lovely cuppa with it to relax before bed

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  15. I like matcha lattes or shots in the morning :)

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