Matcha Green Tea Powder
Matcha contains rich nutrients and trace elements, the main component is tea polyphenols, caffeine, free amino acids, chlorophyll, protein,cellulose, vitamin C, A, B1, B2,B3, B5, B6, E, K, H,potassium, calcium, magnesium, iron, sodium, zinc, selenium, fluorine, etc,nearly 30 kinds.
Product Name: Matcha Green Tea Powder
Place of Origin: China
Part Used: Leaf
Drying Method: Freeze Drying
Mesh Size: 500 Mesh,800Mesh
Appearance: Green Powder
Odor: With natural fresh tender tea leaf flavor
Microbial Counts: 1000
Yeast & Mold: 50
Test Method: HPLC
The main component of green tea extract is tea polyphenols. As an effective antioxidant, it is widely used in areas such as improving immunity, anti-aging, and anti-cancer. Green tea extract has a variety of effects.
1. The green tea powder inhibits platelet aggregation, reduces the incidence of arteriosclerosis, and prevents blood clots and platelets from agglomerating, reducing cardiovascular disease;
2. The antioxidants contained in green tea help to fight aging. The catechins in green tea can significantly increase the activity of SOD and scavenge free radicals;
3. The green tea catechin has an inhibitory effect on some bacteria causing human pathogenicity, and at the same time does not harm the reproduction of beneficial bacteria in the intestine, so green tea has the function of clearing the stomach;
4. It can enhance the immune function and prevention of colds.
5. It can anti-radiation,anti-cancer.
1. Matcha green tea powder can be used in beverage.
2. It is used as a kind of natural additives in many fields such as cosmetic, ice cream, bread, toothpaste, biscuit, and so on.
You can make the matcha green tea powder into a drink or as a mask. Even if you can mix green tea powder with toothpaste and brush your teeth, it will not only have a good effect on the teeth, but also make the breath lasting and fresh.
1. Any inquiries will be replied within 12 hours.
2. Dedication to quality, supply & service.
3. Strictly on selecting raw materials.
4. OEM/ODM Available.
5. Reasonable & competitive price with fast lead time.
6. Sample is available for your evaluation & Formulation development.
7. Fastest delivery: Sample order in stock and 3-7 days for mass production.
8.We have strong cooperation with DHL, TNT, UPS, FEDEX, EMS. Or you can also choose your own shipping forwarder.
9. After-Sale Service:
1)International Authorized Third-Party Test For The Products You Demand.
2)60 Days Warranty of quality of goods.
1.High quality products with competitive price.
2.Free sample for your evaluation.
3.Promptly delivery by well-reputed shipping lines.
4.Trial order is available for testing after samples.
5.We will inform you all the information at every stage in advance.
6.Packaging can gear to buyers' special request.
7.ISO9001, QS, Kosher, Organic certified.
8.Overseas warehouse with large inventory and steady supply.
9.Professional R&D team and strong R&D strength.
Packing & Storage:
Packing with fiber drum, 25 kg/drum,or as customer required.
Stored in a cool, dry and dark place, shelf life 24 months.
Q1.Which grade of matcha is right for me?
A1:Our premium matcha teas are available in different grades ranging from ultra premium to blending grade. Choose a tea based on the flavor profile that suits your palate. Our Ceremony Grade Kama is made from the youngest leaves, which are completely de-stemmed. The taste is rich, creamy and vegetal with no astringency. Morning Matcha, also made from young leaves, will have a distinct herbaceous note at the end. Gotcha is a blending grade, made form more mature leaves which have not be de-stemmed. The tea is best suited for blending in lattes and smoothies. All of our matcha is shade covered, rich in chlorophyll and catechins.
Q2.How much matcha should I use? How much can I have per day?
A2:A single serving can range from 1 teaspoon to 1 tablespoon of powder. We recommend starting with less. Over time you can experiment with the ration of tea to water (or liquid) that best suits you. Matcha is rich in fiber, so if your system has been sluggish, you may experience some renewed digestive vitality.
Q3.What does matcha taste like?
A3:Matcha leaves produces a full bodied, creamy vegetal taste, occasionally with an astringent note, depending on the grade of tea. Other factors like temperature of water and ration of powder to other ingredients will influence the flavor profile of your finished beverage.
Q4.How is matcha prepared?
A4:Matcha tea is incredibly versatile and can be prepared as a tea with water, or used as an ingredient in lattes and smoothies. Traditionally matcha is whisked into a frothy beverage in a ceramic tea bowl, using a bamboo whisk. You can also sprinkle matcha powder over oatmeal, yogurt, fruit and blend with salt to add a unique greet tea accent to savory foods like tuna salad or eggs. However you like to prepare matcha, is the best way to drink it.
Q5.Do you sell matcha in tea bags?
A5:Matcha is whole tea leaves stone ground into a fine powder. When you drink matcha you ingest the whole leaf and receive 100% of the nutrients of the tea. Occasionally you will find matcha in tea bags, usually blended with other whole leaf teas. This is a low quality matcha, which will flavor the steep, but with little nutritional benefit. For pure matcha taste and maximum nutritional impact, choose loose powdered tea and prepare your own brew way of course.
Q6.I don't have a whisk. Can I still drink matcha as a hot tea?
A6:Absolutely. Simply add 1T hot water to the poweder in the bottom of your cup. Make a smooth paste, then fill your cup with more fresh hot water. However, we do recommend trying the whisk. It is uniquely suited for creating a frothy bowl of matcha tea which has an airy pleasant texture and tastes wonderfully delicious.
Q7.Are there other ways to enjoy matcha besides as a tea/drink?
A7:Matcha teas are delightfully flexible. We encourage people, especially new comers, to explore all of the ways matcha tea can fit into your life. Most of our customers drink some version of a blending drink such as almond milk green tea lattes or morning smoothies. Matcha is delightful sprinkled over yogurt or berries. Or add to salt for a savory taste to eggs and fish.
Q8.What is the best way to store matcha?
A8:Keep your matcha well sealed in the fridge.
Q9.How long will matcha tea last?
A9:Matcha, when well stored, will retain its color, flavor and aroma for weeks and even months. But please consume it as soon as possible for best flavor and taste. If you want fresh Matcha regularly delivered to your door, check out our subscription plans. You can cancel or pause at any time, right from your my account page on our website.
Q10.Does matcha tea have caffeine?
A10:Yes. Matcha has about 30 mg caffeine/teaspoon of powder. Coffee has about 150 mg/8 ounces depending on how it is brewed. But matcha also contains l-theanine, an amino acid which improves cognitive function and induces a calm soothing effect on the mind. Matcha is an excellent coffee alternative in the morning and an energy booster in the afternoon between lunch and dinner.
When drinking matcha, whole tea leaves are consumed (not just the steep as with other teas), providing 4 to 6 hours of mild steady energy. Matcha is both a stimulant and a relaxant, perfect for focusing on work, meditation, exercise or play.
Q11.Does milk interfere with matcha's nutritions?
A11:Some studies show that drinking matcha with dairy milk can block the absorption of nutrients in the body. Try nut milks instead.
Q12.How much EGCG is a single serving?
A12:One gram of matcha contains 105 mg of total catechin content, and roughly 61% is EGCg. A single serving size is typically anywhere from 2-4 grams or 1-2tsp, depending on your preference. Matcha tea contains 4 times the catechins of regular brewed green tea.
Q13.How about radiation and lead?
A13:We receive documentation from our partners in Japan, showing no detectable levels of Cs-134 and Cs-137. Air, water, and soil are tested regularly and local officials have a firmly established base line going back decades.
Teas from China have been reported to contain heavy metals such as lead. All of our teas are sourced from Japan.
Q14.What's the Matcha's ORAC Rating?
A14:ORAC is a measure of antioxidant efficacy of a particular food.The ORAC rating of matcha tea is 1300 umoleTE/g compared to 105 for pomegranate fruit and 93 for wild blue berries. The USDA recommends 3,000- 5,000 ORAC units per day. One teaspoon of matcha tea, about 2 grams, contains approximately 2600 ORAC units.
Q15.Matcha green tea vs.fruit and berry juice?
A15:While fruit juices can be high in antioxidants, they tend to contain a lot of sugar and calories, and virtually no fiber. So enjoy them in moderation. Or better yet, you are opt for the whole fruit, which provides antioxidants and fiber with fewer calories. Try combining Matcha in your smoothies for a delicious and nutritious combination.
Q16.Can I drink matcha while I am pregnant or nursing?
A16:Different moms have different answers on this. Please ask your doctor.
Q17.Will matcha interfere with my medication?
Q17:Probably not, but please ask your doctor.