I was so excited to have received some of Amoda’s new Superfood Lattes! These lattes come in single serve pouches that are ready for any hot liquid of your choice. These lattes do not contain any fillers, any artificial flavours, no added sugars and are all naturally vegan.
I love that these lattes are made with high quality ingredients and include adaptogens to give you wellness and balance in every cup. Check out their website to discover the curated ingredients that are paired with each flavour to help compliment any lifestyle.
They also offer a subscription box for those tea lovers, or to gift to a tea lover in your life! Don’t forget to check it out on their website as well.
See below for my full review on each flavour.
Now set forth and be savvy!
I had the Brainiac Chai first thing in the morning to help me get started and motivated for my day of cleaning up. As the tea box recommended, I mixed it with some hot water. The first thing I noticed was that there was a very nice aroma as I mixed it with my hot water. There were really nice notes of chai and coconut. The appearance of the actual powder was not what I was used to since it was more brown in color, kind of like hot chocolate, but it was also clear and transparent enough that I could see the bottom of my mug. The flavour was very mild and a touch bland – in the future I will try it with coffee since it recommends that as well. I suspect this would be really tasty in a plant-based milk as well. Since I don’t usually have caffeine in my diet, I really liked how the caffeine gave me energy without overwhelming my senses, which is typically what happens when I have lots of caffeine.
The next tea that I had was the Matcha Glow. This is probably my favourite of the three and will definitely incorporate this into my weekly routine. I had warmed up some plant-based milk over the stove top and added the Matcha powder. I whisked it well until it was well combined. I found that the powder dissolved really nicely and quickly into the warm milk. I also really liked the color and specs of Matcha in the drink. The flavour was rich, almost like a dessert and would go well with a baked good on the side. The tea does mention that there is a coconut base however I did not taste it – I think I would try it with a coconut milk to see how the flavours are enhanced and go together.
I tried the Golden Hour tea after lunch. I had also mixed it in some warmed-up plant-based milk and really liked the golden color to my drink as well as how well it mixed into the liquid. The turmeric and coconut flavours really balanced each other out. I did not notice any after taste, however I think the flavours would be more pronounced if I added some maple syrup to it as well. This does taste like something I would make at home using ingredients in my pantry, which is great because the flavours and ingredients are very clean.