(as of Sep 01,2020 04:42:41 UTC – Details)
TRANSFORM YOUR DAILY TEA DRINKING INTO A HEALTHY LIFESTYLE
✓ Matcha from Japan
✓ Culinary Grade
✓ Pure Matcha Powder
✓ 100% USDA Organic
✓ 2g per serving
Japanese Matcha Ryori is made of 100% premium organically grown Japanese Matcha made from high quality tea buds and fresh leaves. It is processed to perfection in a detailed and precise manner conforming to the international standards of tea processing to produce an excellent grade Matcha. It has all pure and natural flavors retaining the fullness of tea leaves’ nutritional components. It has an exceptionally fine powder texture with exotic natural aroma scent. Its quality is unmatched as it combines its organic quality with excellent exotic flavor.
EXCELLENT CULINARY GRADE
This Matcha has great flavor as it blends perfectly the exotic taste of Matcha with a refreshing and invigorating fill. Its bitter taste is mild that comes with notes of crispy slight sweetness. It is gluten free that assures absence of protein. It is simply pure that it is perfect for any luxurious cuisine that anyone enjoys. It is great for lattes and frappes for a cool and rejuvenating drink. Its superior quality makes it best for other Matcha treats such as cakes and pastries.
Contains antioxidants which protect the immune system
Increases energy level in a natural way
Improves metabolism to maintain proper weight management
Eliminates toxins from the body
Aids in increasing mental focus and concentration
Delicious recipes with Haru Matcha
Matcha Green Tea Latte
1 tsp Haru Matcha
2 tsp sugar
3 tbsp warm water
250ml cold milk or 300ml hot milk
Spoon Matcha and the sugar into a mug or cup.
Add the warm water and mix with a spoon or with a whisk until it is a smooth dark green paste to ensure no lumps form.
Warm the milk in a small saucepan and pour into the mug until nearly full. Use cold milk for an iced latte.
Use a whisk to mix the paste and milk together until smooth and light green in color.
If you so wish, you can add a few sprinkles of Matcha on the top for decoration. Or add ice for an extra cold iced latte.
Paleo Green Tea Ice Cream
2 cans of coconut milk, 13 oz., chilled at least 2 hours
5 tsp Haru Matcha
1 cup almond milk
3 tbsp honey
Heat and whisk together the honey, almond milk, and Haru Matcha on high heat for a few minutes, being careful not to boil. Turn down to medium heat. (This helps dissolve the matcha powder.)
Open the cans of coconut milk, and separate the thick coconut fat from the liquid milk (the fatty part should settle to the top). You can either scoop it out with a spoon or pour it through a fine metal mesh strainer.
Add the coconut milk to the almond milk mixture, and stir thoroughly on medium heat for a few minutes. Place in the refrigerator for about two hours, or until cool.
Blend in an ice cream maker, and enjoy!
NOTES: If you prefer to make this dessert with dairy, simply use two cups of cream instead of the coconut milk, and use one cup of half-and-half instead of the almond milk.
1 2/3 cups all-purpose flour
1/2 tsp salt
1 tsp baking powder
1 tsp Haru Matcha
1/2 cup white sugar
1/3 cup melted butter
1 cup milk
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Grease 12 muffin cups, or line with paper muffin liners.
Whisk the flour, salt, baking powder, Haru Matcha , and sugar together; set aside. Whisk together the egg, melted butter, and milk in another bowl. Stir the milk mixture into the flour mixture until just moistened. Divide the batter among the prepared muffin cups. Bake in the preheated oven until golden and the tops spring back when lightly pressed, about 25 minutes.
Matcha Chia Pudding
1 cup of milk
1 tsp of honey
1 tsp of vanilla extract
1/3 of chia seed
1/2 tsp Haru Matcha
Place Haru Matcha milk, honey and vanilla extract into a blender and mix it all together.
Combine the fluid with chia seeds and refrigerate it overnight.
Decorate the pudding with the fruit you like.
WHAT IS MATCHA
Matcha is an ancient form of green tea unique to Japan and China. Instead of throwing out the leaves once the tea is brewed, Matcha is made from the whole green tea leaf, which is specially grown and ground into a finely-powdered form.
Matcha tea has a long history that dates back as far as the 11th century in Japan. It is thought that a Zen Monk by the name of Eisai brought green tea seeds from China and began planting the tea in monasteries. Believing the tea leaves had the ability to promote longevity and to cure certain ailments, Eisai would crush the leaves into a rough powder and drink them blended in water. This first form of matcha tea was considered a precious medicine and was only consumed by a select few. This matcha comes from Japan.
Unlike other teas, which use tea bags or tea leaves that are removed from the hot water after steeping, matcha preparation involves consuming the ground tea leaves themselves. Because you are ingesting the entire green tea leaf, the caffeine content is much greater than green tea that is steeped.
On average, Matcha contains less than half the amount of caffeine per cup than in a similar-sized cup of coffee.
NATURAL BITTER TASTE
Not all people fell in love with matcha taste from the first sight. It’s the same experience as with coffee and tea- you begin to love it after few cups! Most people after drinking it for a few days start to crave the nutritious flavor of matcha. There are many variations of matcha. Each person needs to find his matcha match that meets his expectations.
Making latte, frappe, adding it to your favorite smoothie or baking goods is an excellent way to become accustomed to a new taste.
MATCHA HEALTH BENEFITS
· Weight loss
· Increased energy and endurance
· Mental relaxation
· Immunity boost
Culinary Grade – meant for use as an ingredient in cooking, lattes, smoothies, etc. Little aroma, decent color, decent taste, grainy texture. Production generally uses summer or autumn harvested leaves (which are allowed to grow larger for more volume), and ground using a ball mill. This type of grinding results in a sharp grain vs the smooth grain created by stone mills, and the crushing generates heat which degrades the aroma.
STORING AND EXPIRATION DATE
Matcha Green Tea Powder is a delicate product. It doesn’t like heat, air, moisture or light. Matcha lasts about two years on the shelf. If your matcha has expired, we recommend baking with it.
After opening the pouch it should be used up within two months maximum to ensure freshness, color, and creamy flavor.
The best way to keep it fresh is to store it sealed in a cool, dark and dry place. We recommend fridge.
* ANTIOXIDANTS LEVEL IN FOOD *
GREAT AMOUNT OF ANTIOXIDANTS: A cup of this Matcha is equal to 10 cups of green tea promising more healthy benefits such as boosting energy and improving mental focus.
IMPROVES FAT OXIDATION: Oxidation is increased by 17% allowing fats to be naturally burned and transformed into energy source of the body which is ideal for weight management.
PERFECT FOR ANY MATCHA TREAT. It is a superior culinary grade Matcha that is perfect for lattes, frappes, cakes, pastries and other culinary delights that are enjoyed any season of the year.
SEALED WITH FRESHNESS: It is stored in an easy-to-use airtight health grade packaging for hygienic purposes sealing its true freshness and nutritional components for total satisfaction.