Saturday, 10 June 2017

How To Make Matcha Tea

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How to make matcha

Matcha, the traditional Japanese drink is packed with a strong dose of antioxidants(ECGC), amino acids(L-Theanine), and sufficient dose of caffeine provides a number of green tea health benefits and effective drink for meditators who need calmness and alertness during their meditation course. The preparation of this drink, especially with the ceremonial grade matcha tea powder, which is a fine-pulverized powder and whisked with hot water to create a full-bodied, vibrant green elixir. This key element of the traditional Japanese ceremonies earlier originated in China many years back and is now enjoyed by the whole world for its nutritional value as well its umami flavor.

Unlike other types of teas, the matcha green tea powder not steeped before consuming, so you are consuming the entire leaf, making matcha more potent than other tea varieties.Only 1/2 tsp is needed to brew a traditional cup of Matcha.

Though buying Matcha drink in a cafe is very costly, you can prepare it inexpensively at home. Making matcha is a little more cumbersome than dipping a tea bag into hot water.A good Matcha can be identified by the thick froth that develops when you whisk it thoroughly.There is a trick to get that thick frothiness but requires a little practice to master it. We have introduced a small video clipping from Jasmine Pearl Tea Company on "how to make matcha tea" very simple to understand.

You will require the following equipment:-


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