1 flat teaspoon of matcha to a tea bowl and mix with a couple of drops of water to make a smooth paste, upon the tea bowl to ¾ full water at 80°C, mix with a bamboo whisk until a creamy froth forms on the surface
Organic Yerba Mate Matcha
Yerba does contain caffeine! However, the caffeine in Yerba is said to provide a coffee- like buzz but without the unpleasant jitters or the crash afterwards. It is a myth that is does not contain caffeine and the stimulating effects come from a compound called Mateine, In actual fact the term Mateine is actually coffee and it said to have derived from the Mate plant. It also contains theophylline and theobromine similar to cacao, which are natural vasodilators and helps relax blood vessels and is used to combat high blood pressure. Yerba is said to have over 90 per cent more antioxidants then green tea, with immune boosting capabilities, it can also slow ageing, reduce stress and insomnia. Using Yerba as as Matcha is a fast, and efficient way of squeezing it in to your every day routine, whether you sprinkle it on your cereal, smoothies or soups or use it as an every day drink. Using the whole Mate leaf will put a spring in your step for the whole day!
Tasting Notes- Toasted nutty and smokey notes.
Type of Tea- Organic Green Yerba Mate Match made to Japanese specifications
Origin- Parana Region, Brazi.
Ingredients- Green Mate leaves from organic cultivation.
Colour in Cup- A green liquor.
Instructions for Matcha Brewing-1 flat teaspoon of Matcha to your tea bowl and mix with a couple of drops of water to make a smooth paste. Top up the tea bowl to ¾ full water at 80°C. Mix with a bamboo or electric whisk until a creamy froth forms on the surface
Use either whisked in the traditional way, as an ingredient in smoothies, juices, desserts or use frothed up in milk instead of water as a matcha latte.
Storage- Airtight container away from strong smells and direct sunlight.
Health PointsAnti Oxidants, Detox, Immune System, Weight Loss
Time of DayBreakfast