#MATCHA AT HOME

Cold Brew Matcha

Cold Brew Matcha

Cold brew matcha means you are mixing matcha with cold water, it is that simple. The term cold brew is to make it sound fancier. I know! And you can make a smooth, and clump-free matcha using a water bottle or a flask. This method is far better and quicker...

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Matcha vs. Coffee

Matcha vs. Coffee

Matcha has been consumed for centuries by Buddhist Monks, Samurai Warriors, and millions of the population worldwide. It is a fine powdered form of shade grown green tea leaves. This means you consume the entire leaf and your body can benefit from all of its nutritional properties, while coffee is...

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Storing Matcha

Storing Matcha

Matcha is sensitive to light, heat, and humidity. It oxidise quickly, so proper care is imperative. For home storage, you should avoid clear glass containers or leave matcha in direct sunlight for this reason. Most matcha comes in a tin, once opened, it's hard to keep it away from the moisture...

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