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Matcha is fun to make, since you're not brewing it as you would tea but mixing it up: This is why you get so many antioxidants, since you're actually eating the tea rather than steeping and removing the leaves. You simply put some matcha powder into a cup, add hot water and then whizz it up with a milk frother.FULL ARTICLE
Turns out my photos couldn't do it justice, but this deep green powder is exceptional; I can eat it off my finger. But the brewed tea is smooth and almost nutty/rich tasting, with zero bitterness. And it's fun to make, like a little green cappuccino.FULL ARTICLE
It's so high-end that it's served at the three-star Michelin-rated French Laundry and Meadowood, and it even made an appearance at the White House, when former Obama classmate Pamela Hamamoto of Tiburon...FULL ARTICLE
I’ve not tried to be all things to all people. I offer a very special, and specialized, product, and the associated teaware to enjoy it to its fullest. It’s a hyperniche, if you will; most tea companies have far too broad of a selection in my opinion.FULL ARTICLE
I've had other matcha before and the quality and flavor of this tea far surpassed any I've tasted prior. Both the flavor and the buzz are what I'd describe as S-M-O-O-T-H-E. I'm not a fan of coffee (despite loving the taste and smell) because it makes me too jittery...FULL ARTICLE
By now most of us have heard about the healing powers of green tea, but one type in particular—matcha, a powdered green tea—is especially potent. In fact, 1/4-1/2 teaspoon of matcha is equal to 8 to 10 cups of regular tea in terms of its antioxidant power, which...FULL ARTICLE