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How to Make a Matcha Green Tea latte and other delicious beverages with Matcha Green Tea powder.

Drinks with Matcha Green Tea are becoming very popular among tea drinkers. Many coffee and tea shops are coming up with Matcha drinks, like Dunkin’s Matcha Latte, Starbucks Matcha Green Tea or even companies like Cha Cha Matcha have popular products. In this feature, we’ll show you how to make some of these drinks at home very conveniently using the Matcha Green Tea Powder. You can use Premium Grade Matcha or Ceremonial Grade Matcha – both have a very smooth taste and work great in these beverages. Matcha is really a superfood and very good for detoxification. Some other detox products are great too. In these drinks, where needed - you can use the milk of your choice including dairy-free...

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Matcha Tea and the Benefits of Matcha Tea, that makes people drink it daily:

What is Matcha Tea: What distinguishes Quality matcha tea from how other green teas are grown is, that the tea bushes (Camellia Sinensis) are grown in the shade versus instead of under the sun in order to force the leaves to overproduce chlorophyll. The high chlorophyll content turns the leaves a vibrant shade of green. That rich green color takes over pretty much anything it's mixed with. So for baking, cooking, and even cocktail-mixing needs, add a little Matcha powder for a naturally green and nutritious treat. Once harvested, the leaves are laid out to air dry and then finely milled into a delicate powder. It’s this powder that can then be whisked with hot water or steamy milk. The...

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An interesting comparison of Tea vs. Coffee drinkers:

A survey results found that tea drinkers are more likely to be extroverted, adventurous night owls.  A poll of 2,000 Americans examined the personality differences between people based on their first morning cup: coffee or tea. The study had over 75 percent of respondents drinking their first cup of coffee or tea before 8 a.m., people are looking to fuel their life on the go. The survey revealed that the average coffee drinker typically downs 3.4 cups a day, while tea fans sip through 2.7 cups. Tea drinkers described them as “average” sleepers, while the coffee drinkers are more likely to be a “light” sleeper. This coffee versus tea survey even went into entertainment. Tea drinkers were more likely to...

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Combining Tea tasting and Wine tasting together

Have you heard of tea tasting and wine tasting going together? Why not!! It can be an amazing experience. The luke warm cup filled with a light, herbal smelling green tea literally works wonder alongside the Wine. You will find it common is Chinese fine dining sittings. If looks at the similarities in experience and characteristics, tea tasting is pretty much like wine tasting. The aroma comes first. You take a full delicious breath of oxygen with each sip as much as possible and roll the tea around your mouth. There are as many different teas in the world as there are wines – perhaps even more. The tastes are fabulously diverse. For making a good tea; the leaf to...

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Love yourself - Celebrate Yourself

“The way you treat yourself sets the standard for others.” ~Sonya Friedman Accept yourself fully, treat yourself with kindness and respect, and nurture your growth and wellbeing. It’s not just how you treat yourself but also your thoughts and feelings about yourself. Try to imagine what you would do for yourself, how you’d talk to yourself, and how you’d feel about yourself that reflects love and concern. Have an overall positive view of yourself. By all this I don’t mean that you feel positive about yourself all the time. You can temporarily feel upset, angry, or disappointed with yourself and still love yourself. This must be confusing; try thinking of how this works in other relationships. We love our kids...

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