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Our exceptional organic Matcha tea from Japan is selected from the best plantations in Kyoto.

It is a powdered Japanese green tea.

It is also a powerful antioxidant that provides energy, speeds up metabolism and controls blood sugar. It is free from colorants, preservatives and sugar.

You will be seduced by its sweet nutty note and a pleasant slight bitterness.

Our exceptional organic Matcha tea from Japan is a product from organic farming certified FR-BIO-10.

It is sold in a beautiful, recyclable and refillable glass jar.

Organic Matcha tea premium from Japan

Short description

Our exceptional organic Matcha tea from Japan is selected from the best plantations in Kyoto.

It is a powdered Japanese green tea.

It is also a powerful antioxidant that provides energy, speeds up metabolism and controls blood sugar. It is free from colorants, preservatives and sugar.

You will be seduced by its sweet nutty note and a pleasant slight bitterness.

Our exceptional organic Matcha tea from Japan is a product from organic farming certified FR-BIO-10.

It is sold in a beautiful, recyclable and refillable glass jar.

11.85 €
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  • 40g
  • 100g
  • 200g
  • 400g
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The way to paradise is through a teapot, says an English proverb.

Tea is an institution in the United Kingdoms, but also in many other countries such as China, Japan, India, Turkey, Morocco ...

Tea has been a popular drink since ancient times, when its consumption spread to Japan and the Arab world in the 9th century and to Europe in the 16th century.

 

This aromatic beverage is obtained by infusing the dried leaves of the tea tree, a small shrub native to the Himalayas.

Tea was the most consumed drink in the world in the 20th century, after water.

 

There is a wide range of this drink, aromatic, tasty or thirst-quenching, obtained by infusion or percolation of water on various preparations from the small leaves and buds of the tea plant.

Its aroma and quality depend on the terroir, the method of cultivation and the transformations undergone after the harvest.

The teas obtained are differentiated by their "color": black, green, Oolong, yellow, white.

Rich in epigallocatechin, epigallocatechin gallate, theanine and caffeine, tea is both sought after for its taste, its energizing and relaxing properties as well as for its positive effects on health.

Green tea (in traditional Chinese: 綠茶; in Japanese: 緑茶) is a tea whose natural oxidation is quickly stopped after picking.

Renowned for its many virtues, including a slimming aid, it is highly prized in China and Japan, where it is renowned for its effective therapeutic properties.

Green tea contains caffeine and many antioxidant substances from the catechin family (15-30%), the principle being EGCG, epigallocatechin gallate, a powerful antioxidant.

To obtain this tea, the leaves of the tea plant undergo the step of roasting at a temperature of at least 100 ° C in order to avoid what is called the enzymatic oxidation reaction.

They are then rolled into pearls, sticks or needles depending on the region and origin, before being dried.

Today, green tea is available in more than 1,500 varieties around the world.

 

Japanese matcha latte recipe

Matcha is a powdered Japanese green tea used for the tea ceremony in Japan, cha no yu. Its subtle bitterness and its pretty green color bring a very original touch to your creations.

  • 2 Perfect Matcha Spoons of Organic Matcha
  • ½ cup of hot water (75 ° C | 170 ° F)
  • ¼ cup of vegetable milk

In a matcha bowl, put 2 perfect matcha spoons of organic matcha.

Pour hot water over the matcha.

Using a matcha tea whisk, whisk vigorously, forming an "M", until no more lumps are present and a foam forms on top of the matcha.

Pour it into a cup and garnish with frothy milk.

Use a large spoon to hold back the foam and let the liquid run off first. When the liquid is completely poured out, remove the spoon to let the foam fill the rest of the cup.

Yummy !

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