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Matcha Tea

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Matcha is the focus of the Japanese tea ceremony and associated with Zen for over 800 years. In ancient times, Samurai, the noble warriors drank matcha before going into the battle to enhance their energy and stayed focused and centered. The taste is strong and vegetal. Some people would say it takes like spinach and grassy with an umami character.

This is the traditional and best way to enjoy your matcha! We find it’s a nice therapeutic ritual when you just need 5 mins to yourself to make a mindful cup of matcha!

How to Prepare Matcha Tea

1.Use hot water to rinse the bowl and whisk

2.1-2 gram ceremonial matcha powder in the bowl

3. Add 80ml water ( 80°C)

4. Whisk the matcha till it’s frothy.

The Everyday Matcha Powder to Transform Your Body

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Matcha comes from the same plant as green tea, but since it is made from the entire leaf, it packs in a more concentrated amount of antioxidants and beneficial plant compounds. One serving of matcha tea is the nutritional equivalent of 10 cups of regularly brewed green tea.

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Boost Energy, Lose Weight Naturally

Matcha is full of Amino Acids, They are crucial to our metabolic processes and carry out important bodily functions. Matcha helps you burn calories and lose those stubborn surplus pounds. Studies have shown that if you include Matcha tea into your diet plan, you can lose 25% more weight than people who don’t drink it. This ancient matcha tea can help you lose weight naturally without causing any side effects to your heart rate and blood pressure.

The Best Natural Antioxidant Supplement

When you drink matcha you ingest the entire leaf and receive 100% of the nutrients of the leaf. Studies have shown Matcha green tea has 137 times more antioxidants than regularly brewed green tea.

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Unleash Your Inner Warrior.

Calm the mind, boost memory and concentration​

Another fantastic effect of L-Theanine is the production of dopamine and serotonin. These two chemicals serve to enhance mood, improve memory, and promote better concentration. Matcha was first used in religious ritual ceremony in Buddhist monasteries before their afternoon meditations because it enabled them to be more focused, centered, and calm.

Matcha Caffeine

Matcha contains a healthy and natural form of caffeine that can enhance good and clean energy. This unique form of caffeine known as L-Theanine, which sustains the energy levels without any side effects. In ancient times, Samurai, the noble warriors drank Matcha before going into the battle to enhance their energy. It’s definitely a good idea to have Matcha before your workout and exercise.

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Matcha Recipes

Get the most out of Matcha by adding this super food to your daily menu like morning green smoothie, matcha latte, gluten free cake.

Use the bamboo matcha whisk and bamboo matcha scoop to give your yummy matcha goodie a lump-free, smooth taste.

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Matcha latte


  • Bamboo scoop (if you don’t have it, use a regular spoon)
  • 1 teaspoon Matchaisland powder, both Ceremonial grade and Culinary grade is okay. ( we used Ceremonial grade for this recipe )
  • 1 teaspoons pure honey or maple syrup ( we used Honey for this recipe)
  • 1 cup of hot milk
  • Hot water ( least than a boiling point)
  • Milk frother




1.Use a bamboo scoop or a regular spoon and take 1 to 1.5 gram matcha powder to a mug.

2.Add hot water( least than a boiling point) to the mug and use a Bamboo whisk to whisk in a zig zag direction till it turns to a bright green paste.


3.Put the frother  into the milk, around 10 seconds or till it’s creamy.

  1. Add honey/maple syrup to the creamy milk.

4.pour the creamy milk to the mug.

  1. Enjoy!