Nice Matcha Green Tea

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Finely ground green tea, called Matcha, has been consumed in Japan for centuries, and is becoming a regular addition to tea culture around the world. Our Nice Matcha was specifically created with delicious matcha beverages in mind: It is less sweet than other matcha latte mixes, and dairy-free so you can use a milk alternative with ease. Lattes prepared with Nice Matcha are creamy, rich, satisfying and not too sweet so you can always add your own sweetener.

About 35 servings / bag.

Nice Matcha Nutrition Facts

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Matcha is shade-grown, green tea leaves that are stone-ground into a fine powder.  When you drink matcha you ingest the entire tea leaf and receive 100% of the nutrients. Matcha is full of antioxidants that help prevent aging, diseases and infection. It contains L-Theanine, which produces a relaxed alertness. It boosts metabolism and burns calories; is rich in fiber, chlorophyll and vitamins; aids in concentration and memory; and provides energy. It’s a powerhouse beverage!

Take a step into a modernized Japanese tradition with this mix of finely ground green tea and just enough sweetness to blend into delicious matcha lattes or smoothies. Find out why it's such a "Nice Matcha."
Caffeine Level:
Light Buzz
Little buzz, 1/3 cup of coffee
Dietary fiber (contains corn), pure cane sugar, pure matcha green tea, fruit pectin
Put 1-2 tbsp Nice Matcha in a cup and add a splash of milk (or milk alternative), and use a whisk, fork or an electric frother to create a starter.
Fill the cup with hot milk.
Stir the starter and milk together.
Try it iced. Use a cocktail shaker to mix milk, ice and matcha together.
Sweeten it up with 1-2 tsp of natural sweetener like agave, honey, maple syrup or simple syrup.
Put 1-2 tbsp of Nice Matcha in your smoothies for a green tea boost. (Fair warning that berries and matcha don't make the prettiest color combination.)
Our preferred milk alternative with Nice Matcha is unsweetened soymilk. But try hemp, almond, rice or cashew milk to discover what you love most.
Add Nice Matcha to your hot cocoa. Bonus points: top with whipped cream and a dusting of cocoa and Nice Matcha.
Jen, National Sales Manager
Nice Matcha with a touch of honey helps me get through the afternoon with a smile on my face. I dig the vegetal taste and the beautiful green hue from all that chlorophyll.
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          Posted by Live Local Cafe on May 12th 2019

          Our customers love this matcha. It is very light sweet, so can easily be sweetened with some honey. Also great with added cinnamon and nutmeg.

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