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The tea is the best I have found for the price on the Danish market. In addition, there is fast delivery and I am happy to support a smaller retailer who also loves matcha.

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I can highly recommend Matchacha, which delivers a really delicious matcha tea. The inspiring videos on Matchacha's Instagram got me started on making the tea and have given me ideas for what else I can use matcha for. It was not many months ago that I tasted matcha for the first time, and I am still surprised by how delicious a drink it is that leaves the body in balance.

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Had few and less good experiences with matcha before buying from the website here. Have subsequently become very happy with the green drink, and the taste is really top notch for the price of this product. The purchase and delivery were completely problem-free, and I will definitely return when the warehouse is empty.

How to make a Matcha Latté

4 simple steps for the perfect Matcha latté
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Matcha - Superfood for colourful treats

Your natural energy boost

Unlike coffee and energy drinks, Matcha provides a lasting and stable energy boost. The combination of caffeine and the amino acid theanine found in Matcha means that you become fresh, alert and focused - but still relaxed after a cup of Matcha.

Matcha & antioxidants

Matcha contains antioxidants, which we also know from other superfoods. But in fact, Matcha has 13x as many antioxidants as pomegranate seeds and 125x as many as spinach. But what can the antioxidants actually do?

Questions about matcha

Matcha has an intense flavor that is often described as vegetal, earthy and slightly sweet. It has a beautiful green color and a smooth, creamy texture. Some people compare the taste of matcha to spinach or steamed broccoli, but with a sweetness that balances the bitterness. The taste of matcha can vary depending on the quality of the tea leaves and how it is prepared, but in general it is considered a strong and flavorful tea. Poorer quality matcha can often taste very bitter and have an aftertaste of 'hay' or 'grass'. It is therefore important to choose a high quality Matcha and go for what is called 'Ceremonial Grade Matcha' for the best taste. So if you dare to challenge your taste, try a cup of Matcha - it can be a whole new world of taste!

Matcha has been popular especially in Japan for many hundreds of years. But it is only recently that we here in the West have opened our eyes to the ancient superfood. Matcha's popularity has grown because we have opened our eyes to the many nutrients Matcha contains. At the same time that Matcha is full of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals, it also tastes fantastic and has a deep green color that is beautiful to use in cooking and drinking.

Matcha differs from other teas in several ways. First, Matcha is made from specially grown tea leaves that grow in the shade, which increases their chlorophyll content and makes them more nutritious. Secondly, the tea leaves are ground into a fine powder which is mixed with hot water. This means that you consume the whole tea leaf when you drink Matcha, instead of just the extracted water. This provides a higher concentration of nutrients. Finally, Matcha has a long tradition in Japanese tea ceremony, making it part of a culture and a way of life that differs from other types of tea.

How much matcha powder you need for a cup depends on your personal taste and preferences. In general, we recommend using about 1/2 - 1 teaspoon of Matcha powder per cup. You can start with the lower dose and then add more if you want a stronger tea. It is a good idea to start with a small amount of Matcha and increase the amount until you find the perfect amount for your taste.

To store your Matcha as well as possible, you should follow these tips:

  • Store Matcha in an airtight container with a tight-fitting lid.
  • Avoid storing Matcha in direct sunlight or near a heat source, as this can damage the tea leaves and change the taste.
  • Store Matcha in a cool, dark place, such as a drawer or cupboard.
  • Use Matcha within 12 months of opening to ensure it still has the best taste and quality.

If you store your Matcha in this way, it will retain all the nutrients and its good taste.

Yes, there can be a big difference between Japanese Matcha and Matcha from other countries. Matcha originally comes from Japan, where it has been cultivated and processed for centuries. Japanese Matcha is generally considered to have a higher quality and a more complex flavor than Matcha from other countries, as it is grown and handled with great care and expertise. In addition, there are differences in the soil, climate and cultivation methods, which can affect the taste and quality of Matcha. It is therefore important to investigate where your Matcha comes from and choose a high-quality Matcha to get the best experience.