MATCHA BROS Culinary Matcha
MATCHA BROS Culinary Matcha – High-quality Japanese matcha green tea from the second and third harvest. It is best suited as an additive to food and for preparing cold or hot drinks. Culinary matcha is characterized by a light green color, tea flavor with noticeable bitterness.
What is Matcha?
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.