Review: Organic Ceremonial Grade Green Tea Matcha

Heath is something that I've sort of let take a back seat in the past few months, and I can say that it isn't at all a good thing. It seems like the busier I get the more likely I'm going to eat something very fattening. Which of course I end up regretting but not enough to stop me from doing it again. So when I was offered the chance to review this ceremonial grade organic matcha tea of course I wanted to. 

Alright so it comes from Amazon and since I tell you guys all the time how great of a thing that is, I'll save the full explanation for now, just know it's a very good thing. It comes In a small metal container with a safety seal lid pull off tab kind that is hidden under a twist off cap. I love the black with green accents and white font label. Here's what the company has to say. 

"There are so many Matcha powder in the market today.  What makes ours different?  Let's consider these facts:
* RECOGNIZED BY THE UNITED NATIONS: Our Matcha is grown in the top tea-producing Shizuoka region of Japan which is recognized by the United Nations as a Globally Important Agricultural Heritage System
* OVER 100 YEARS OF ORGANIC FARMING EXPERIENCE:  Our certified organic family-owned Japanese tea farm has been operating since 1915, run by the same family for over 3 generations
* UP TO ​137x THE ANTIOXIDANTS OF BREWED GREEN TEA:  Matcha is a fine powdered form of shade grown green tea leaves. This means you consume the entire leaf providing your body and mind with a maximum concentration of Polyphenols and EGCG.           
* 100% FIRST HARVEST TEA LEAVES, known as Sae Midori cultivar
it acts both as a stimulant and a relaxant. This is ideal for focusing on whatever the day throws your way.
Consuming matcha green tea can increase thermogenesis (the body's own rate of burning calories) from a normal 8%-10% of daily energy expenditure, to between 35% and 43% of daily energy expediture.
​ Scientists have discovered that Matcha Green Tea helps protect the skin from harmful UVrays, while improving blood flow and oxygen levels lifting the overall quality of the skin.
Antioxidants are essential as you age to boost your body's natural defenses against oxidation. Researchers have found that a high level of dietary antioxidants can prevent many age-related diseases."

Verdict: Unlike the other Matcha tea  I tried out this tea is actually made in Japan, which is very cool to me. It has a sweet taste, and can be just poured in hot water although personally I like it in a smoothie. 

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