Matcha FAQ

Matcha FAQ

Whether you’re brand new or a seasoned matcha connoisseur, we know you’ll find something new and interesting about the wonderful world of matcha tea right here.

What is Matcha

Matcha tea is powdered green tea that is uniquely grown, harvested and processed. Just one cup of high quality matcha contains the nutrient value of 10 cups of regular green tea.

The best matcha is made in Japan from young, shade-grown tea leaves that are hand-picked, lightly steamed, air-dried and slowly stone-ground into an ultra fine powder.

Other Frequently Asked Questions

Why does the best matcha come from Japan?

Is Japanese matcha lead free? Do you test your matcha for lead?

How is Japanese matcha actually made?

What makes matcha so healthy?

Does matcha have caffeine?

What are the health benefits of matcha?

Do ceremonial and culinary grade matchas contain different amounts of antioxidants?

How can I identify a good quality matcha?

Why is Japanese matcha better than matcha from other countries?

How do I make matcha tea?

Do I really need a whisk to make matcha tea?

How do I make a matcha latte?

Can I drink too much matcha?

Why does some matcha taste bad?

Why is matcha so expensive?

When is the best time to drink matcha?

Should matcha be refrigerated?

How long will Ceremonial grade matcha last once open, and should it be stored in its original container in the fridge?

Where is your matcha grown?

Where can I learn more about the way matcha tea is made?

Does My Matcha Life® address issues related to food safety and radiation?

Does matcha provide any unique benefits for men?

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