Thursday, March 27, 2014

White Matcha Tea Review

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

I'm on a diet right now. It's to loose weight, and to figure out what my body doesn't like. I have so many environmental allergies, and tummy issues. I'm sure food allergies are there to.

I actually drink the steamed water from the green veggies. It's not too bad if I refrigerate it first. Then I have a ton of water! Lastly I treat myself to warm White Matcha Tea.

I drink it because I know there is no added chemicals, preservatives, or sweeteners in it. 

 100% Pure Matcha
Natural Flavors
Artificial Coloring
MSG/Chemical Additives
I can't drink coffee right now. White Matcha Tea and early morning exercise both boost my energy level naturally. The tea is also:

• High antioxidant count to kill free radicals in the blood stream
Reduces the risk of certain types of cancer
Decreases fine lines and wrinkles in the skin
Helps maintain a beautiful complexion
Has only one percent (1%) caffeine content of coffee, so there is coffee in it, but it's only 1%

30 grams is $19.99, a little goes a long way!

Why White Tea?

White Matcha is made in exactly the same way as regular Green Tea Matcha is made. It is stone ground to a fine powder. They just used White Tea instead of Green Tea. 

Why would they offer a White Matcha? 

For people who like Matcha Tea in its original form as a Green Tea, you know how flavorful and pure it is. They want to give that to all tea lovers. Whether you like Green Tea, Black Tea, White Tea or any other kind of tea, they want you to experience the Matcha in different flavors.

What does stone grinding do for tea leaves?

This is special process that does not take away from the flavor or take away any of the health benefits of original tea leaves. Basically with the stone grinding process, you are getting the highest quality tea in its purest form outside of just having straight from the tea tree. It is simple and straightforward, leaving tea leaves with tons of flavor and amazing healthful qualities.

White Tea has some wonderful qualities to help maintain good health. In essence, White Matcha contains those same qualities with a purer taste.

It's super easy to make!
  • Put it in a smoothie
  • Add cows milk, almond milk, rice milk, or soy milk to it
  • Add water to it
  • Drink it cold
  • Drink it hot
Since I haven't been drinking milk of any kind, I just put a spoon full of White Matcha Tea in a mug, or jar, and poured water in it and drank it warm. Sometimes it does need a stirring towards the end of the drink. If I dink it in a jar, I put the lid on and shake it up instead of stirring it.

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Theresa Mahoney said...

I do love a cup of green tea every now and again. I have never tried a white tea, but it sounds great!

kristi said...

I actually prefer the white tea to green tea. This one sounds like it has a lot of health benefits. If it could help me lose a few pounds, I am all for it! Good luck with your weight loss. :)

mail4rosey said...

Like Theresa said, I enjoy tea from time to time, but I haven't tried white. Your post does make me curious to give it a go.

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

It sounds great. I drink a lot of tea, especially in the winter.

Maryann D. said...

My daughter and I are starting to drink Matcha. We love tea everyday also. I want to try different flavors of Matcha.
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~ Noelle said...

you really have been enjoying this ... so glad you are finding a healthier alternative.

Seth said...

I know it looks like dirt, but it actually tastes pretty good. Gonna have to start drinking it again.


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