How to Make Your Own Matcha At Home

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* Complete all-in-one set for making a delicious cup of matcha tea
* Great for matcha newcomers and long-time lovers alike
* Includes a ceramic cup, bamboo spoon, organic matcha powder, whisk and instructions

While countries like Japan and China may have enjoyed the benefits of matcha for centuries, the western world has only just begun to discover why matcha is the superfood of the moment.

Full of antioxidants, matcha powder is made from green tea leaves. These are cut and ground into a powder that can be used in a wide range of products including tea. One serving of matcha powder can offer the equivalent benefit of drinking 10 cups of normal green tea, and benefits include detoxing, improving memory, increasing energy levels and weight loss. The powder can also be made into other popular items like cakes and dessert toppings, or be infused into creams and dough mixes.

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Drink Matcha Organic Green Tea Powder Set

If you’re looking to learn how to make matcha tea at home, you’re going to want to invest in the right tools. This all-in-one matcha set includes everything you need to delve into the current craze and enjoy a delicious cup of matcha green tea. Whether you’re a newcomer or you have already discovered the benefits of matcha, this delightful set will fulfill your desire for a home brew.

Inside the sturdy box you’ll find a 16oz tin of USDA organic matcha green tea along with a beautifully crafted black ceramic tea bowl for enjoying your drink. To ensure you make the perfect matcha with ease, the kit also comes with a bamboo spoon and electric matcha whisk. Simply whisk the matcha powder in with hot water, milk, ice cream, batter or anything else you come up with, to create an easy and inexpensive drink or treat.

Matcha drinks can go for as much as $6-8 in cafes and pre-made matcha drinks can still set you back a few bucks. This kit is an expensive way to try the trend (or get your fix) from the comfort of home.