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Monday, June 16

Organic Black Matcha Tea Review + Giveaway

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.



 As many of you already know, I'm a big coffee drinker, so it may be somewhat surprising that I'm reviewing a tea related product. Honestly, I don't mine drinking tea, I just prefer coffee most of the time, but I 'm not going to let my coffee loving get in my way of trying out new and exciting products, like the Organic Black Matcha Tea from matchaDNA, the science tea.

The tea is organically grown and is handed picked for the best quality. It is Swiss Certified Organic, tested and contains no heavy metals, BPA Free Certified and is USDA Organic.

Where did the Matcha originate from? Well, Japanese have tea ceremonies that were inspired from a song dynasty in China. This tradition dates back to over 1,000 years ago and is now carried on in Japan and is considered a pillar of the culture there. High quality Matcha is still being made in China today, but is slightly different than the kind found in Japan. Both versions of the tea have a deep green color along with a thick texture and savory taste. The teas are high in EGCG and antioxidants, though Chinese matchaDNA is smooth, rich and doesn't contain a bitter taste.

I'm sure many of you have seen or at least heard about Matcha on the Dr. Oz program. Organic Black Matcha is meant to be a healthy superfood that is full of antioxidants; 10x more than brewed green tea. It is meant to give you energy all though the day with just one cup of tea, boosting your focus and concentration. The Black Matcha is on sale at Amazon.com for $12.71 for a 10oz bag, which is a lot cheaper than other brands. The Organic Black Matcha Tea has a smooth and rich black tea taste. You only have to use 1/2 teaspoon for one cup, so the 10oz bag should last quite awhile. It is easy to prepare and has tastes great, though I did add a packet of sugar to add a little sweetness to it. Overall, I have enjoyed drinking the Organic Black Matcha Tea and I recommend it to others.

To learn more about MatchaDNA, please visit their website at site www.matchadna.com.



I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


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