Maca Root - It tends to have an earthy, slightly nutty taste with a hint of butterscotch (that works especially well when added to oatmeal or cereal.) The flavor, and specific health benefits, can vary based on the type of maca, with black maca being a bit more bitter and cream-colored roots having a sweeter taste. It is an adaptogenic plant and can help balance hormones.
Have you ever wondering how to make matcha (aka finely ground green tea, traditionally served in Japan but it's even used at Starbucks!) Use a bamboo whisk to turn the emerald green powder and hot water into a foamy, frothy beverage! It's slightly tannic and grassy with water alone — so you can definitely add sugar, honey, agave as well as the milk of your choice to make it smoother and sweeter.