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BLOOM Mindpower Matcha (30g)
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- Organic Japanese Matcha - Ceremonial Grade.
- Boosted with ginger and Siberian ginseng for all-natural immune support.
- Naturally fat & salt free, low in sugars, high in; fibre, protein, Vitamin C, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Potassium & natural source of Zinc.
- 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.
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BLOOM’s Mindpower Matcha combines organic Japanese Matcha with ginger and ginseng for all-natural immune support. Ideal for morning.
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I compared this side by side with three other ceremonial grade matchas, by Plain&Simple, Tea Terrifics and another by Bloom. The flavours are very different as are the prices. This is the most expensive followed by Tea Terrifics and Plain&Simple the cheapest. Plain&Simple tastes inferior to the other three, with a very strong grassy bitterness. This one is may favourite of the four. It has the richest flavour and the least bitterness, if any bitterness at all. That is probably because of the 20% ginger content and 5% ginseng. It is difficult to tell whether that is the reason for the higher price or whether the match itself is superior. It has an additional label saying it is a 2014 batch which suggests that it may be a particularly good matcha and I could believe that from the taste. For matcha of this quality, the price (currently £16.98 for 30g) is actually very good. The other two I tested are similar with interesting flavours and a touch of bitterness. (On one testing I preferred one, the other time I preferred the other.)
Simply take a small amount of the powder using the little spoon and whisk into some recently boiled water. It will become a little frothy but this is essential. Without this step you end up with green sludge at the bottom of the cup.
I sip mine a couple of times a day. It's soothing but energising at the same time.
Taste wise, it's definitely an acquired taste as over time I'm liking it more. Definitely a buzz of ginger about it. But it's a good quality tea. If the overall earthy grassy taste is too much then simply dilute more.
A great green tea with added benefits.
It has quite a kick and that feels appropriate for the mind power, to kick in!
I am slowly becoming accustomed to Matcha and have sent off for a proper bamboo whisk as apparently that is the way to mix it up.
Meanwhile I have used a tiny metal whisk thingy and that did a reasonable job. I tried the Matcha on yoghurt and like that best so far. The smoothie is ok but maybe putting it in almond milk wasn’t a good idea. I will stick to the recommendation of fruit or veg juice smoothies. And I think best of all will be hot water.
I drink green tea every day and so it will be like a much stronger version but with the added benefit of the ginger.
As far as health claims go I have no idea anymore. I take a lot of supposed healthy foods and supplements to try and restore my health and I cannot tell which are the ones that help.
I think you have to have some common sense and take what would be known to help and also what you can afford to take. Finally I know I feel good for a while after I have drunk/eaten the matcha and I can’t perceive anything negative so I will continue til the jar is finished and decide whether or not to keep on buying it.
Of the two types of Matcha I have tried so far this is my favourite, because I love the hint of ginger and I like to think in time it will indeed give my brain a boost. It needs it.
I did try a different brand some months back which was definitely not as pleasant as this brand. I can’t remember the name of it though.
The powder froths up very nicely as usual, I use a bamboo whisk for matcha, which in my opinion is the single best way to mix because the fine flexible prongs work the powder into the hot water like nothing else, metal whisk or electric. The froth itself is a nice pastel green and it holds firm enough for you to sip the tea until finished.
The flavour is pretty overwhelmingly ginger, but it does make up 25% of the ingredients, which is good to see. I've never been a liker of ginger tea bags, because I've found them too bitter, but the taste of this matcha is much more mellow than tea bag ginger. It also has quite a spicy kick which reaches the back of your throat. It's a pleasantly full flavoured ginger.
As for any "kick"; I didn't get any more feeling that I get from standard matcha to be honest, and I didn't feel any different in terms of brain power, so I wouldn't say that the product has exactly fulfilled its product point. But what I think is important about this is that it could be the perfect matcha for those who don't like the earthy/grassy flavour of a pure matcha but still want the benefit of this kind of tea. The ginger really does mask the usual grassy-ness and would suit the ginger tea lovers who aren't as much fan of matcha perfectly.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This stuff is great, I can really feel a difference after taking it for over a month now. I have some first thing in the morning mixed into a smoothie, and I have also used it... Read morePublished 3 months ago by GBAL
This Tea tastes so nice! I have started to really look forward to a cup of it! it doesn't give me any mind power though lol nor does it make me feel energetic but really nice... Read morePublished 7 months ago by StrawberryShortcake
I love this Matcha. It really perks me up mentally and clears the brain fog substantially but also gives a physical burst of energy. Read morePublished 7 months ago by loopy
Absolutely loved it, I've never seen good quality flavoured matcha before, let alone ginger and ginseng (my favourite flavours) very pleased with this. Read morePublished 8 months ago by MarkusK
LOVE this matcha powder - I find a lot of brands can be quite bitter which really ruins the drink, but Bloom matcha is much more delicate. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Amazon Customer
I'm a bit of a green tea nut, but until now I haven't tried matcha at home. I've read about the supposed concentration and brain benefits, as well as the other physical benefits of... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Themistocles
I am unconvinced of the supposed "superfood" effects of green tea, so offer no judgement on them here. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Mr. D. N. Sumption
Super foods don't always taste great, having tried barley/wheat grass and spirulina, I can attest to that fact. However, Matcha does taste ok. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Astore Stargazer