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MATCHA BROS Ceremonial Matcha

MATCHA BROS Ceremonial Matcha – The highest quality Japanese green matcha tea from the first harvest. Perfect for the matcha tea ceremony (green Espresso) or as an ingredient for lattes, shakes, cocktails and other drinks. Ceremonial Matcha is characterized by a deep green color, intense tea flavor with a delicate note of sweetness.

Matcha is a type of green tea, harvested from young leaves and grated into an intense green powder. Powdered matcha is then dissolved in hot water 80 ° C. Compared to matcha, in traditional green tea only the leaves are brewed and then taken out. “Drinking brewed green tea is a bit like boiling spinach, tossing it out and drinking any remaining water in it,” says The Book of Matcha author Louise Cheadle. Some of the nutritional value will go to you, but you are getting rid of the best part. In the case of matcha, you drink the whole tea leaves.

Matcha contains slightly less caffeine than coffee, while thanks to the combination of caffeine and tannin, the absorption phase is more controlled and lasts longer. Matcha is also gentler on our digestive system and stimulates us without feeling the so-called. “Anxiety”. Matcha provides us with energy without the “downhill” and side effects that accompany coffee, energy or sweetened drinks. Matcha does not raise insulin levels, is always GMO free, and is compatible with keto, paleo, vegan, vegetarian, and virtually any other diet. Matcha is rich in essential nutritional values, usually difficult to obtain in traditional diets, e.g. antioxidants, amino acids, minerals, vitamins, chlorophyll, zinc, magnesium and many more. Additionally, with so many cleansing elements, matcha is one of the oldest natural solutions positively influencing health.


Dissolve 2g of matcha (two bamboo spoons) in 80-100 ml of water at a temperature of 80 C. Mix thoroughly in a bowl or mug until a green foam is formed. A bamboo chasen or an electric milk frother is best for mixing. Top up with your chosen milk, hot water or drink it like an espresso.

MATCHA BROS Ceremonial Matcha

All three ceremonial, traditional and culinary matcha have a very positive effect, positively influencing digestion, cleansing the body of toxins, stimulating the brain, improving concentration, etc.

Yes, matcha is safe for everyday use. The most important aspect to keep in mind when it comes to the amount of matcha you consume is its caffeine content. As with coffee, drink (or eat!) Matcha in moderation, watch your body, and avoid caffeine intake in the late afternoon.

Probably the best time to drink Matcha is right after getting out of bed or before going to work. Matcha provides the perfect boost of caffeine and helps you stay focused. It’s great to drink at breakfast, so you start your day full of energy.

Ceremonial matcha can contain around 30-40 milligrams of caffeine per gram. This type of matcha is often chosen for everyday use.

Ceremonial means that matcha is from the first harvest and is suitable for the preparation of thick tea in the so-called brewing ceremony. “green espresso” – Koicha. Ceremonial Matcha is characterized by a deep green color, intense tea flavor with a delicate note of sweetness.

Avoid drinking Matcha on an empty stomach also after 5 p.m. due to the caffeine content.

There are two main types of matcha: culinary and ceremonial, the latter is perfect for drinking. There is also a version between the traditional matcha from the first and second harvest. It is best to mix traditional or ceremonial matcha with hot water (up to 80 C) and drink it like regular tea, or mix it with milk and enjoy the delicious Matcha Latte.

MATCHA BROS offers 3 types of matcha tea: Ceremonial, Traditional and Culinary. The types differ mainly in quality, color, taste, nutrient content and intended use. Easily add a cup of ceremonilana or traditional matcha to your daily routine or enrich your favorite recipes with culinary matcha. For production, the brand uses only Tencha leaves (Camellia Sinensis) from organic farms. The tea leaves are grown in nutrient-rich volcanic soil in Kagoshima and Aichi Prefecture. Fresh spring water in high mountain tea gardens, gentle cultivation with subsequent shading and fine powder grinding on traditional granite mills create a unique flavor. One month before harvest, the leaves of Tencha tea are covered with black nets, gradually blocking access to sunlight. Shading the tea leaves makes the leaves thinner, softer and more green in color, so they produce more chlorophyll and amino acids. Only young leaves are harvested to produce the best quality matcha. This unique cultivation process makes matcha richer in nutritional value than any other tea. When you drink matcha, you consume the entire tea leaf, retaining 100% of its nutritional value.


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100% The highest quality Japanese green matcha tea from the first harvest

1 review for MATCHA BROS Ceremonial Matcha

  1. Zuzanna

    Delicious matcha, great quality!

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