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Matcha Green Tea Powder, Organic – Authentic Japanese Origin, Superior Quality Culinary Grade (Smoothies, Lattes, Baking, Recipes) – Antioxidants, Energy Boost – Jade Leaf Brand [100g Value Size]

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Matcha Green Tea Powder, Organic – Authentic Japanese Origin, Superior Quality Culinary Grade (Smoothies, Lattes, Baking, Recipes) – Antioxidants, Energy Boost – Jade Leaf Brand [100g Value Size]Rate this post FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS What grade of Matcha is this, and how do I use it? This is Culinary Grade Matcha, which is an affordable way

Matcha Green Tea Powder, Organic – Authentic Japanese Origin, Superior Quality Culinary Grade (Smoothies, Lattes, Baking, Recipes) – Antioxidants, Energy Boost – Jade Leaf Brand [100g Value Size]
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What grade of Matcha is this, and how do I use it?

This is Culinary Grade Matcha, which is an affordable way to add a delicious, healthy boost to smoothies, lattes, baked goods, and other dishes.

What’s the difference between Culinary and Ceremonial grades?

Simple: Culinary grade is meant for mixing into recipes as an ingredient, while Ceremonial grade is meant to be prepared traditionally as a tea (just mixed with hot water and whisked). Culinary grade is more affordable for day to day use, making it easy to fit the health benefits of Matcha into your diet.

Does it contain caffeine?

Yes, each half-teaspoon (1g) serving contains roughly 34mg of caffeine, about 1/3 a cup of coffee. However, Matcha also contains L-Theanine, which has a calming and leveling affect, so it doesn’t make you feel jittery or wired like coffee does.

What are other health benefits?

– Boosts metabolism and helps burns calories
– Calms and relaxes you from stress or anxiety
– Rich in antioxidants (137x the amount in conventional green tea!)

Are there other use cases for Culinary Matcha?

Yes! Many of our customers make a healthy facial mask using our Culinary Grade, by mixing it with just a bit of water to form a paste.

Where does this Matcha come from?

Our Matcha is grown by Nagata Chaen, a single estate, organically focused family farm near the city of Uji in Kyoto, Japan.

What if I don’t like it?

If you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase for any reason, just email us and we’ll refund your order in full, no questions asked.

Product Features

  • 100% USDA Organic Matcha Green Tea Powder, All Natural, Nothing Added (naturally gluten free and vegan)
  • Authentic Japanese Matcha – sourced directly from a single estate family farm Uji, Japan, allowing us to provide much better quality at better pricing than our competitors
  • Create Amazing Matcha Recipes – our Culinary Grade Matcha is an affordable way to add a delicious, healthy boost to smoothies, lattes, baked goods, and other dishes
  • Healthy Superfood – matcha is rich in antioxidants, helps boost metabolism, great source of natural energy and mental clarity
  • Love It or Your Money Back – if you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase of our Matcha for any reason, just email us and we’ll refund your order in full, no questions asked

Comments

Jheneya says:

Small bag but looks are deceiving I was disappointed at first as it’s much smaller than expected, but looks can be deceiving. There’s a decent amount of powder in the bag. I’ve attached a picture of it next to a watch so you can see what you’re getting. 

Sara Jane says:

Green Tea Latte Recipe Make your own green tea latte, just like starbucks, but without the added sugar.A teaspoon of MatchaTruvia to tasteHalf a cup of hot watertwo tablespoons of organic half and halfa teaspoon of Jordan’s Skinny Vanilla SyrupA dash of nutmeg(MCT Oil for an extra boost)Heat and Blend

Amazon Customer says:

Delicious! Really wonderful – I got hooked on green tea lattes at Starbucks, but the quality of this is clearly better. It tastes fresher / purer and the caffeine effect is great too lasting many hours but without the crash that coffee brings. I was originally confused by how small the pouch was as I’d observed Starbucks baristas putting big scoops of green stuff into their green tea lattes. The difference is this stuff is CONCENTRATED, so you really only do need half a teaspoon.

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