Matcha Green Tea: scientific name- Camellia Sinensis.
Traditionally consumed in East Asia, it is processed from the green tea leaves into fine powder. The green tea plants used for Matcha are shade-grown for three to four weeks before harvest; the stems and veins are removed during processing.
Matcha which embodies meditation and spirituality has polyphenols, antioxidants that support restful sleep, youth and blood sugar health. Those are just some reasons why Matcha, like the Herbal Goodness Graviola Matcha Tea Powder, and our Ceremonial Grade Organic Japanese Matcha have become so sought after. The hype is all around us, and this unique superfood plant has been covered in magazines like Bon Appetit, US Magazine, Saute Magazine and Shape.
Matcha is a hit with with all health department stores, smoothie and local coffee shops. It is the epitome of tea and green smoothie lovers.
Offering an earthy, astringent taste, Matcha is even used in desserts like ice cream, tea cakes, cream pies and cake rolls.