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Ceremonial Gold Matcha

Price: €56,70

The Story

What's so unique... about this Ceremonial Matcha? This substrate is consciously processed in order to experience a different taste. These 20 ares are a personal showpiece of one of the most important matcha families from Uji Japan. They do this every year, every season this taste is different because of the different food that is given to these plants. You have to taste it and compare it to understand it. Everything is connected to each other. That is how nature works. Give yourself this unique quality matcha, enjoy this unique bright green tea powder that cleanses your body and gives a huge energy boost.


What is Ceremonial Gold Matcha and where does it come from?
This is the very best quality matcha you can find. This ceremonial quality is used in ceremonies and Buddhist temples.
Preparing matcha is an ancient Japanese tradition. Zen boeddhists from Japan encountered matcha during their travels through China. After that the Buddhists developed their own traditions and production methods.

The spring picking of the tencha is done by hand. Hand-picked tencha, however is a rarity. That's why this matcha is so special. This plantation is also picked only once a year. In summer, the plantations are still trimmed, so that they do not proliferate, but then grow quietly until the next spring pick.
It is a single-estate matcha, which means that the leaves are used to make this matcha, all come from the same plantation. So they are not mixed with cheaper inferior leaves. Only the first picking tencha is used. From 14 to 28 days before harvesting, the tea bushes are 90% covered (eclipsed) by tarpaulins. In the shade the leaves make extra chlorophyll and amino acids. The Tencha tea leaves are ground by traditional granite mills to an ultrafine emerald green powder. This powder contains no stems or veins but consists solely of 'leaf meat'.

From a volcanic subsoil, where it is ideal for cultivation. The air and water are extremely pure and the rich volcanic surface (shirasu), in combination with the heavy fog that covers the fields, ensure that the leaves do not freeze in winter, but also that the sunlight is filtered naturally. Photosynthesis does its job very nicely, resulting in a creamy soft umami taste that characterizes matcha. The tea farmer specializes in tea. He knows his plantations and follows the rhythm of nature, looks at the change of the weather, how his soil is in order to deliver the best quality.

Why is matcha even better than green tea?
- Has 10 to 15 more ingredients than green tea; 
- Gives 3 to 6 hours of energy boost;
- Did you know that 1 bag matcha capsule corresponds to 10 bags of green tea?

The benefits...
- supports the fat metabolism.
- supports the immune system.
- good for heart and blood vessels.
- anti-oxidant, to protect healthy cells and tissues.
- maintain a normal blood sugar level.
- good for cholesterol levels.
- supports the renal tract for a good moisture balance.
- maintain a normal blood sugar level.
- protects the skin against aging.
* disclaimer evaluation of health claim is ongoing.

How to... make the perfect matcha?
Use fresh, most preferably soft water, 70°C.
Put 2 gram Matcha (2 bamboo scoops or ½ teaspoon) in a bowl and pour the water (70°C) onto the teapowder, and with a Matcha whisk (available here) beat until foaming. Whisk for about 15 to 30 seconds. Swallow it in one go.

Where to... keep your matcha?
After opening the package, keep the matcha in a dark and cool place. The refrigerator is certainly suitable for this.

Not suitable for:

- in case of illness (flu)
- if pregnant or breastfeeding
- in certain heart conditions, cardiovascular disease
- in combination with certain medications and/or chemotherapy
- in case you're sensitive to caffeine or theine
- do not take after 4 pm

Further information
Content: 20 grams

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