Celebration Herbals: Green Tea Matcha Organic 40 gm

Green Tea Matcha Organic - 40 gm

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  • Absolutely Organic Tea
  • Contains Caffeine
  • Full bodied Japanese style Green Tea Powder
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Green Tea Matcha Organic by Celebration Herbals

A strong, full bodied tea that brews to a rich green color; Matcha has the classic deep flavor and aroma associated with Japanese style teas.

Recently, Matcha has become a staple in gourmet cafés and is used in all manner of beverages like lattés, milkshakes, and bubble tea.


Organic Matcha Green Tea Powder (Camellia sinensis)

Originating in Japan and traditionally used in their tea ceremony, Matcha is considered by many connoisseurs to be the most potent and healthiest Green Tea in the world. This reputation stems from crucial preparation differences:

• Tea leaves used for Matcha are shade grown and the entire leaf is powdered to make the tea.
• Matcha powder is very fine, and is mixed directly with water to make a ‘super-charged’ form of Green Tea.
• Matcha has hundreds more nutrients than most Green Teas, and a very high antioxidant content, surpassing that of blueberries.

This strong, deep flavored Green Tea is high in caffeine and is said to provide a long lasting mental lift, making it an excellent and tasty coffee alternative.

Celebrated for centuries in the Orient, tea has shaped our world from the times of Chinese emperors and European explorers.

White Tea comes from the same source as Green, Oolong, and Black Tea: the tea bush known to botanists as Camellia sinensis.

White Tea is distinguished from other teas by the place it comes from and the way it is processed. This White Tea comes from the Fujian province of China. Normally, Green, Oolong, and Black teas are rolled or broken prior to or during the drying process so that the essential oils can oxidize; this is a process known as fermenting. White Teas are not oxidized at all, but are simply left to dry naturally, then roasted to seal in all the flavors.

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