matcha in a nutshell

Matcha (pronounced MAHT-CHA) is an extremely potent

green tea that provides just as much energy as coffee,

but without the crash or jitters.

matcha is chock-full 

of benefits

Caffeine

Fuels your body

 

Antioxidants

Cleanses your body of free radicals

L-Theanine

Helps you focus

 

not all matcha

is created equal

We serve Organic Ceremony Grade Matcha that has been used and cherished in Japanese culture for centuries. In Japan, many dedicate their lives and hold ceremonies to prepare and serve this sacred tea. The Japanese swear by matcha, crediting it for their great health and wellness. On the market you can find ceremonial grade, cafe grade, and culinary grade matcha.  

 

Pro tip: Most cafes and restaurants today use cafe and culinary grade matcha, which are made solely for taste and don’t give you all of the many nutrients. Ceremonial grade matcha’s price varies greatly, so most opt not to serve it. Always ask your favorite spots what type of matcha they serve!

creating matcha takes 

love and care

The process of making traditional matcha begins with 1 plucking the leaves from the branches, 2 steaming the leaves for 20 seconds, 3 drying the leaves 4 finally, the leaf is separated from the stem which brings it to the final phase, grinding.

The dried, stemmed leaves are called tencha, 100% tencha is (5) stone ground into a fine powder that is a rich green color.  The powder is then whisked with hot water, and served. When you drink a cup of matcha, you are consuming the entire leaf, providing you with many more benefits than simple steeping could produce.

matcha is rich in nurtrients

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