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Where does our matcha come from?
Our organic matcha geen tea comes directly from carefully selected plantations, which are the best tea growing areas in Japan due to the clean rivers and fertile soils. Matcha leaves from Uji, Kyoto have been carefully selected and harvested following the right traditions and production methods, ensuring the best taste experience!
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Add ½-1 teaspoons of MakeMeBliss ceremonial matcha to a bowl
Pour 50ml of 80°C water over the matcha into your bowl
Using a whisk or frother, blend the matcha into the hot water. Have fun with this part. If using a whisk, try using a zigzag motion for a few seconds until a frothy layer has formed on top
Only then add the remaining 200 ml - 250 ml of water and enjoy!
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Really the main difference between these two types of matcha is in how they are intended to be used.
Ceremonial grade matcha is intended to be consumed on its own or as matcha latte while culinary grade matcha is designed to be added to baked goods, smoothies, and more.
The answer is YES, but as with all caffeinated drinks and food, you need to be mindful and be careful not to go overboard. The general recommendation for pregnant women is not to consume more than 200 mg of caffeine a day. We need to understand that the caffeine in coffee (that is acid for your stomach) and matcha caffeine (that is alkaline) are not the same.