When you drink matcha you consume the leaves, unlike other green teas.
For this reason matcha contains, by volume, higher concentrations of catechins and vitamins.
Matcha is a famous powdered green tea made from ground Gyokuro green tea. Matcha is famous for its use in the "Japanese Tea Ceremony". It is a finely powdered tea, made from only the finest young tea buds. This is quite often called the finest tea Japan produces. When you drink matcha you consume the leaves, unlike other green teas. For this reason matcha contains, by volume, higher concentrations of catechins and vitamins.
Matcha, the most famous, and commonly-drank tea in Japan, is a finely-powdered green tea. Matcha originates from China Tang Dynasty(618-907), and were the only tribute w of drinking tea in Tang & Song Dynasties(960-1279) in China. At that period, the preparation of Matcha is more complicated, and has more steps than the current Japanese Matcha ceremony. Then in Ming Dynasty(1368-1644), the Emperor, Zhu Yuanzhang banned the production of cake teas, and encourage the loose leaves tea for his personal reason.(this mostly connected to his humble origin). Hence, from then on, loose leaves tea has been popular in China till now.
Ceremony matcha tea powder
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· Rich in Antioxidants and Chlorophyll · Contains Catechins Only Found in Green Tea · Naturally Mood Enhancing · Zero on the Glycemic Index - will not raise insulin levels · Sugar-free, High in Fiber
Matcha is a finely powdered tea, made from only
the finest young tea buds. This is quite often called the finest tea Japan produces. The leaves are then dried and very slowly
ground by granite to a very fine powder, which is then packed and sealed immediately, so as to lock in all the nutrients.
Matcha comes from gyokuro leaves that have been steamed and dried. All stems and veins are removed from the leaves. The pure dried
leaves (tencha) are then stone ground into a super fine powder that is the consistency of talc. Matcha is uniquely Japanese.
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Product usage introduction
When you drink matcha you consume the leaves, unlike other green teas. For this reason matcha contains, by volume, higher concentrations of catechins and vitamins. There are 2 types of matcha- koicha and usucha. These are chanoyu (Japanese Tea Ceremony) terms and literally translate as "thick" and "thin" tea. Matcha preparation is personal, and there are no rules outside of Tea Ceremony. Well, there is one rule- don't use boiling water.
Preparing Matcha is a very simple. You only need to prepare a Matcha bowl, bamboo whisk. So first, you just need to put a tablespoon of Matcha into the bowl; Next, pour in about 150ml 60degree hot water into the bowl, and whisk the matcha in the water till they are mixed together. So now you can drink it. Or you can also add some honey, other flavors into it, and enjoy both Match and other flavors tastes
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Most customers do not prepare matcha to the syrupy thickness of tea ceremony koicha. While there is a qualitative difference between the 2 (thick tea is composed of the highest quality leaves) there is also a significant difference in cost. If you have not tried matcha before we recommend that you purchase our inexpensive usucha first and see if you like matcha.