Product Descriptionr – Superior Culinary – USDA Organic From Japan -Natural Energy & Focus Booster Packed With Antioxidants. Matcha Tea For Mixing In Lattes, Smoothies & Baking. By eco heed 1.05oz
Who Is Eco Heed?Ryo and Yasmin, a husband and wife team passionate about natural & healthy living discovered the amazing health benefits of matcha. Ryo instantly connected with his Japanese heritage through matcha and desired to make high quality organic Japanese matcha easily available for everyone and Eco Heed was born!After intensive matcha sampling from across Japan, they decided to partner with a family farm in Uji – Kyoto and are proud to bring you the highest quality organic matcha.What Is Matcha?Matcha is the heart of the Japanese way of tea and has been celebrated in the traditional Japanese tea ceremony for hundreds of years. Made from stone-ground, shaded green tea leaves and is one of the most powerful superfood you can find today.What Does Matcha Taste Like?It’s packed with “umami” (a Japanese term for elegant taste, savory deliciousness and also the fifth scientific taste, along with sweet, sour, salty and bitter). With its rich aroma that instantly makes you feel fresh, the initial vegetal/earthy taste is followed by mellow sweetness that lingers in the mouth comparable to a fine wine.Does matcha have caffeine?Yes, matcha has about 30g to 35g of caffeine per serving. Matcha also contains L-Theanine which promotes relaxation and can enhance concentration and mood. Matcha drinkers experience none of the usual side-effects of stimulants such as nervousness and hypertension. It’s good, clean energy!Matcha Health Benefits Matcha is one of the most powerful superfood you can find today. Packed with antioxidants, chlorophyll, EGCG, fibre & minerals. A cup of matcha can have up to 10 x more nutritional value than brewed green tea.Ceremonial or Culinary Grade?Culinary grade matcha is best used as an ingredient in recipes such as lattes, juices, smoothies, baking and more. Culinary grade matcha is very versatile and can be enjoyed in a variety of ways. Ceremonial grade on the other hand is best enjoyed by drinking as a tea, simply whisking it with hot water – as in the traditional Japanese tea ceremony. Where Is Eco Heed Matcha From?Our matcha is produced in the Uji region of Kyoto Japan, the birthplace of Japanese tea culture. (525km South of Fukushima) Matcha Recipes Ebook Eco Heed matcha recipes ebook to kick start your matcha journey.