Matcha tea comes from the ancient Japanese culture, where it was proclaimed “a gift from heaven.” Today, matcha is used all around the world as an ingredient in hot and cold drinks, shakes, ice cream, and baked goods. It is also known for its health benefits because of the high concentration of antioxidants and calcium it contains.
Ingredients: green tea
Matcha is a loose leaf green tea harvested in China.
Hot brewing directions: Boil 8 ounces of water and let cool to approximately 180 degrees Fahrenheit. Mix ½ teaspoon Matcha into the water and whisk briskly.
Cold brewing directions: place 3 teaspoons of Matcha into a glass pitcher filled with ice. Let Matcha sit for several hours allowing the ice to melt. Stir vigorously and then pour over ice.
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