Matcha Tea is one of the most luxurious, made from premium Japanese green tea curated from the soil in which the tea grows. The cultivation of tea plant for match tea is quite interesting. The farmers grows crops of thick grasses around their tea plant and add sugarcane syrup so that they provide added nutrients directly to the soil as a compostable blanket every winter. The soil in which the tea plant grows decides the sweetness and taste of the matcha tea it produces.
Matcha Tea spikes your energy levels up
To change your tea to energy, have 8 ounce of matcha tea every day for good metabolism. It reduces absorption activity in stomach and keeps your energy level always up.
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Matcha Tea contains caffeine. It is rich in inflammation-fighting antioxidants. Drinking matcha tea can help you safe from virus attacks and diseases.
Best for Immune System
Studies show that matcha tea has antimicrobial properties that inhibit the growth of bacteria and viruses. It contains ECG which has the ability to suppress viral and bacterial activities and can reverse the resistance of the tough pathogens.
How to Prepare Matcha Tea
Traditional Japanese Matcha Tea is made using a bamboo whisk and tea bowl
- Sift 1-2 tsp matcha into a cup using a small sifter
- Add hot water
- Whisk vigorously using bamboo whisk in a zig zag motion until the tea is frothy
- Enjoy your matcha tea