matcha, green tea powder, and whisk

Simply put: Matcha is Nature’s own energy drink.

Matcha is a shade-grown, powdered Japanese green tea made from the finest tea leaves. It is dubbed a high-quality, premium tea type, as a result of its careful growing and processing techniques. Extremely high in antioxidants, amino acids, and other nutrients, Matcha has gained popularity within multiple industries thanks to its superfood qualities and versatile ingredient properties.

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The radiation test report is now available for our July 2017 shipment.

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roasted blueberry matcha ice cream

What says summer more than ice cream, iced tea, and s'mores? To celebrate the start of this season, we've released a summer lineup of healthy and delicious Matcha recipes - perfect for any summer adventure.

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Recently, a friend was describing her “love for this new tea I found” and starts telling us about Matcha. We didn’t want to burst her bubble and tell her it’s been around for a long time, but it got us thinking about how much we really know about Matcha’s long and distinguished history.

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The radiation test report is now available for our June 2017 shipment.

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Have you stopped by your favorite coffee place and noticed coffee isn’t the only beverage on the menu? Chances are you’ve seen or even heard the person in front of you order a Matcha latte. What does he/she know that you don’t?

Though Matcha has been around for a while, its benefits and taste are still finding willing fans across the nation. Really, around the world!

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The radiation test report is now available for our May 2017 shipment.

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Matcha vs. Black Tea

May 02, 2017

It may seem like most of the world is too busy drinking coffee these days to notice, but tea is actually the most widely consumed drink in the world (after water)! Full of vitamins and nutrients, tea has always been a delicious beverage staple with staying power.

While it is true that all tea comes from the same plant, this does not necessarily mean that all tea is fundamentally the same. However, when it comes to nutrition, some teas offer more benefits than others. So while black tea may be the more popular and widely used choice for daily drinkers, tea lovers may want to consider adding a bit more Matcha to their diet.

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