Matcha Green Tea
Meet Matcha, the purest form of Green Tea with multiple health benefits.
Matcha is made from the finest tea leaves from Japan. Its vibrant green colour is a perfect tribute to its origins, as it is specially cultivated under shade-covers to increase the chlorophyll content. Hand-picked tea leaves are de-veined and ground to prepare a fine nutrient-rich powder which is used to prepare your brew. Drinking a single cup of Matcha is equivalent to consuming 10 cups of regular Green Tea.
Tastes notes: grassy / vegetal / astringent.
Serving suggestions: Enjoy it Hot or Iced. Great for Baking, Smoothies and Lattes too.
🍵 More Antioxidants than Green Tea
👍 Boosts Metabolism & Improves Immunity
🏋️♀️ Complements your fitness regime.
Brewing instructions: To 1g Matcha, add a little hot water. Whisk vigorously with a bamboo whisk, stirrer or milk frother until a thick paste is formed. Keep adding hot water in small amounts whisking with each addition (upto 150ml) until tea is frothy. Drink up! If you like a strong cup of Matcha, add one more teaspoon of Matcha into the mix.
Storage advice: Matcha should either be stored in the freezer, if you plan on not opening it for a while, or in the fridge, once it’s opened. In both cases, store in an air-tight container( like ours) away from light. Improper storage can affect the vibrancy, colour, and taste of Matcha.
Certified Organic Matcha with Lead content well within the limits prescribed by Japanese Agricultural Standards (JAS).
**Disclaimer: Results may vary from person to person. For maximum health benefits, Matcha should be consumed in conjunction with a balanced diet and exercise routine. Product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. We wish you good health!
Questions & AnswersAsk a Question
1. How much Matcha should I use per cup?
You can use 1 gm of Matcha powder per 150 ml of water to brew your cup.
2.Will Matcha tea help in weight loss?
Matcha contains a compound EGCG [epigallocatechin gallate] in high concentrations, which is known to boost the body's metabolism and burn fat, thereby leading to weight loss. It has a higher content of antioxidants than regular green tea, making it a far healthier alternative.
3. How can Matcha tea powder be used?
Unlike other varieties of tea, Matcha tea does not need to be strained before consuming it. The entire leaf is consumed in the process, making it an antioxidant and nutrient-rich blend. Matcha can also be used to make healthy smoothies or in recipes while baking.
4. How should Matcha tea be brewed?
Add 1 gm of Matcha tea powder to 150 ml of hot water. Blend it together by whisking vigorously, preferably with a bamboo whisk till it is frothy. Enjoy your healthy cup of Matcha tea.
5. How many cups of Matcha can I drink per day?
Drinking a single cup of Matcha is equivalent to consuming 10 cups of regular Green Tea. It is recommended that you do not drink more than 4-5 cups (1/2 teaspoon - 2 teaspoons) of Matcha per day.