Matcha Journal

The Discovery Discovered in 1191 by the Japanese Buddhist monk, Myoan Eisai, whilst on a study trip to China, he brought some of the tea seeds back to his monastery.  Recognising the amazing properties of the tea, Eisai eventually recommended...
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You have likely seen the studies that argue how powerful the antioxidants in matcha are. But did you know that only around 20% of catechins remain after digestion. According to Mario Ferruzzi, assistant professor of food science at Purdue University...
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Due to a lack of information, I thought that all matcha was created the same, and that companies were just trying to get more money out of me, promising different ‘grades’. Boy was I wrong. If you haven’t tried matcha...
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Many of us wonder whether calling matcha an elixir for life is a myth or does it really have “magical healing” properties? Over the past few years, many researchers have taken up the responsibility to scientifically prove this special beverage to improve...
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