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About Matcha

What is Matcha?

Matcha is like the super hero amongst teas.
Made 100% from green tea leaves.
Drinking matcha is like drinking 10 cups of regular green tea for its nutrient value - now you probably understand why we call it super hero!


How Matcha is being produce

You can buy lots of green tea powders for cooking and drinking but genuine matcha is produced in a very special way.
Matcha green tea bushes are grown under lots of shade which boosts their chlorophyll content (that’s the bright green stuff that contains all the nutrients).

The leaves are then handpicked and all the stems and veins are removed leaving only the juiciest, nutrient-rich leaves.
The leaves are ground by granite stones to a super fine powder.

When you drink regular green tea, you throw away the leaves afterwards, which is a bit like boiling spinach, throwing away the spinach and just drinking the water – you will get some of the nutrients, but you’re throwing away the best bit.
With Matcha, you mix the vibrant- green, nutrient-rich powder into liquid and ingest the whole tea leaf.
So, you’re consuming every little bit of that lovely green good stuff.

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Drinking Matcha

There are lots of ways to make your matcha.
½ teaspoon of matcha will give you all its super powers.
Matcha is traditionally drunk as a hot tea, whisked into hot water but because it’s a powder, you can whisk it into juices or smoothies, you can drink it as a latte and even add it to fruit juices or smoothies.

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