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    Get detox with a matcha latte, then get beauty with a matcha hemp hydrating cleanser. Matcha became popular recently, but confidently. Some people still don’t have an image of what is matcha. And the most common question is what does matcha taste like. Long story short, matcha is a special kind of tea. It’s not a coffee, or syrup, or anything else people could think of.

    There is long-term war matcha vs green tea. So there is the difference: the type of tea and the method of its processing. Classic green tea is a dried tea leaf. Matcha tea is a leaf from which all the stems and fibers were removed, dried, and then ground into powder. Matcha harvested only one time a year, it’s one of the main features of this product. A long time ago Chinese people started to grow matcha. Then Japanese people took over the idea and made it fully perfect. Matcha became a ceremonial product only for emperors. The ceremony requires special equipment and recipe. Nowadays, everybody can try this original taste and feel its properties.

    Matcha features

    Unique features of the popular drink

    Japanese origin

    Organic product

    Unique harvest

    • Ceremonial tea

    • Healthy drink

    Matcha Types

    What matcha powder can be

    Matcha is a general name for this product. But matcha drinks have different names. When you order or prepare matcha, it’s the same as order coffee at the coffee shop. It may be espresso, cappuccino, latte, and so on. The same thing with matcha. First of all, there are three common matcha tea types: ceremonial, premium, and cookery.

    • Cookery type only uses in cooking desserts, dishes, cocktails, and so on. It’s undesirable to use it for matcha tea preparation.
    • Premium class matcha is for a nice-quality drink. It has a good, but not so clean taste. This product is middle-priced.
    • Ceremonial matcha is a very high-quality product. The best matcha powder flavor is clean and bright. It doesn’t have any excess taste or aftertaste. This product is a bit pricey, but it worth the taste.

    Matcha powder is good not only for the tea but cosmetic also. Matcha hemp hydrating cleanser is an amazing beauty product for face skin. It cleans the skin from dust and fatty secretions. This product is full of matcha nutrition properties, so try it!

    Nutrition properties

    Lots of healthy matcha features

    • Try the benefits of matcha and matcha products. Features of cultivation and processing this product allow keeping lots of healthy nutritions in the product. Many people have changed their daily cup of coffee to the cup of matcha tea or matcha latte. So why it became so popular? Check out a great number of matcha nutrition properties.

      • Among other nutrients, 1 gr of matcha contains around 300 mg of protein, which is the building material for the whole organism’s cells.
      • Potassium is an important element for muscle tissue (27 mg)
      • Magnesium normalizes heart rate, lowers blood pressure; regulates blood sugar (2.3 mg)
      • Calcium helps strengthen teeth, bones, maintain normal metabolism (4.2 mg)
      • Zinc is needed for the production of proteins and DNA (0.62 mg)
      • Phosphorus helps the absorption of many nutrients (3.5 mg)
      • Iron is required for the production of hemoglobin (17mg)

      Matcha can contain almost the same quantity of caffeine as in a cup of espresso. It’s 3 gr of caffeine in 100 gr of matcha powder. But there is the difference that makes matcha healthier than coffee. Matcha contains L-Theanine that is an amino acid with anti-anxiolytic properties that help stimulate alpha waves in the brain. L-Theanine removes excess caffeine from the body in 4-6 hours after you drank it. It promotes relaxation, a deeper sense of mental clarity, and a more alert mind.

    • These properties are useful not only in their “clean” and natural form. Many people use matcha powder to make healthy desserts and tasty but useful drinks. We can improve a lot of classic desserts, such as cheesecake, cookies, pancakes and so on. It’s not hard to add some matcha powder to a recipe, but it will bring you many benefits and an amazing culinary experience. These recipes have a little bit different taste, to which people are not used to. But it’s not for forever, and then it becomes so tasty as the other our favorite products. So try this simple recipe of matcha cookies!

      First of all, choose what matcha type will you use. It should be a cooking matcha, which is not so expensive as a ceremonial one. Anyway, don’t be afraid that a matcha powder can be a bit pricey. You’ll need a very small amount of this powder because its taste is so concentrated. So, you need to preheat the oven to 380 degrees Fahrenheit (190 degrees Celsius). In a small mixing bowl, combine flour, matcha green tea powder, baking soda, and baking powder.

      In a broad mixing bowl, cream together the butter and sugar until smooth. Whisk together the egg and vanilla extract in a separate dish. Gradually incorporate the dry ingredients. Roll the dough into 1-inch balls and flatten slightly to make circular disks, then put on greased cookie sheets. Bake up to 10 minutes in the preheated oven, or until golden. Allow cooling on wire racks for two minutes after removing from cookie sheet. Enjoy your healthy dessert!

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    Let’s make matcha

    How to make a classic matcha tea

    It’s not so easy to prepare matcha tea properly, but it’s a magic ritual that can bring peace and aesthetic satisfaction. Two classic recipes use Japanese and tea-masters:

    • Koicha (strong tea) – a very concentrated drink that prepares with 4 gr of matcha powder and 50-70 ml of water.
    • Usucha (weak tea) – a classic recipe that has not so a bright taste, but it’s easier to drink. It takes 2 gr of matcha powder and 80-100 ml of water.

    The temperature should be under 80 degrees, otherwise, the matcha tea powder could lose its nutrition properties. If you use a simple electronic teapot, then let it cool for 5 minutes after it boiled. Prepare all the equipment, turn on the relaxing music and enjoy this magic ritual.

    You will need special equipment to prepare the ceremonial matcha tea. There are professional ceramic dishes, that use Japanese tea masters:

    • Chawan – ceramic or porcelain steeping bowl
    • Chasaku – bamboo spoon containing 1 gr of matcha
    • Strainer – for sifting the matcha
    • Chasen – bamboo whisk for stirring

    For example, if you are going to prepare Usucha tea, you need to heat all the equipment and get it wet. Then dry it with the napkin. Sift the matcha powder through a sieve to oxygenate it and remove any foreign matter. Heat the water under 80 degrees and pour 80-100 ml of water. Stir matcha with Chasen, do it in a way of W-moves.

    Matcha latte recipe

    Let’s make the healthiest drink

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    The most popular matcha drink it’s not matcha tea, but matcha latte. Matcha latte is simply the concentrated matcha shot with steamed milk. It’s like a classic latte, but with no coffee containing. Matcha latte can be prepared not only with cow milk, but also with nut milk, rice milk, soya milk, and even with juice. So, how to make a matcha latte or ice matcha latte?

    First of all, you need to prepare the matcha shot. It’s easy, just do the same we told you about matcha tea preparing, but use 2 gr of matcha powder with the 30 gr of 80 degrees water. Then heat up any milk: cow, nut, rice, soya, and so on. Use a special steamer or electronic whisk to whip up the foam. Pour the foamed milk into a matcha shot. It would be better to stir matcha while infusing milk, but it’s not necessary. Almost the same point when you make an iced matcha latte. Although, put the ice in a glass, then pour here iced milk, and pour the matcha shot in those iced milk. Enjoy your healthy drink!