Sunday, 2 August 2015

Midori Spring Ceremonial (Emerald) Matcha Review


I believe that I've mentioned numerous times about my love for green tea and all the healthy benefits it has due to it's high volume of antioxidants (L-glutamine acid, L-glutamine, L-theanine, L-lysine). It can help with brain function, burn body fat, lowers risks of cancer and many other aliments.

About a month ago, I was sent a Midori Spring Ceremonial (Emerald) Matcha, which comes in a 3.52 oz can. You might recall me reviewing the 30g can from the same brand awhile back, well, I liked it so much that I agreed to review this can too.

This isn't a culinary grade matcha, but instead it's a ceremonial emerald class grade, so it's perfect for beginners or casual green tea drinkers. The can has 100 servings with 3.47 calories per serving. It can be used for tea brewing, cooking, baking or with mixed beverages. The green tea comes from the Aichi, Kagoshima region of Japan.

While I still do love my coffee, the taste for green tea has grown on me over the years. It gives you the same caffeine effect that coffee gives you without all the unwanted jitters. It only takes about 1/2 teaspoon of matcha to make one cup of green tea. I prefer to add a zero calorie sweetener to it. Overall, I do love the Midori Spring Ceremonial (Emerald) Matcha. It's easy to mix to in hot water and it tastes great!

You can purchase the Midori Spring Ceremonial (Emerald) Matcha on!

*Disclaimer - I received a complimentary sample in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.

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