Monday, July 20, 2015

Midori Spring Ceremonial (Emerald) Matcha Review

I love Matcha. It's much better quality than other teas to drink. I got Midori Spring Ceremonial (Emerald) Matcha to review. A $30.46 value.

I decided try making Energy Balls with Matcha.

You can download the Energy Balls recipe below as a PDF.

They turned out really good! I like the quick fix of protein in the morning. 

Matcha can be used in other recipes, in mixed drinks, smoothies, any milk (I have it in almond milk), and more.

I like everything about it, except how some of it settles to the bottom of your glass when you drink it. It's best to whisk - that mixes it well! 

Emerald Class is Chef’s Top Choice but is not a culinary grade matcha, therefore making it first rate for cooking and mixed beverages. Whichever way you choose to enjoy your Matcha, you can embrace the many health benefits it has to offer.  
This premium product is:
  • Ceremonial Grade 
  • Organic (USDA, JAS)
  • Vegan and Kosher (OU) Certified 
You can enjoy Midori Spring's Ceremonial Eemerald Matcha the traditional way by brewing or you can create your own Matcha inspired recipe.

There are many immediate and long term health benefits when consuming Matcha, which include: 
  • Increases in energy without the jitters
  • Reduces stress and improve mental alertness
  • Improves metabolism and help with weight loss
  • Boosts immune system and reduce inflammation and help the body cleanse of harmful elements
  • Gives back to your health
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Anonymous said...

I LOVE matcha. It's the best! I've never tried it in anything before, just usually as a cold sort of frappuccino thing.

Harry Flashman said...

Interesting. I never heard of that before.

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

I have made energy balls a few times. They are tasty.

Ai Sakura said...

I love maccha too!!! I'd like to try out your recipe. Been thinking of what else we can make with our protein powder. Do you have a recipe on a protein brownie or cake??

Ai @ Sakura Haruka

Theresa Mahoney said...

I think I need some matcha. I need help dealing with stress, need more energy, and would like help losing these last 5 pounds ;)

Unknown said...

I've never even heard of Matcha. It sounds lovely.

~ Noelle said...

You sure do love to cook. :)
Do the boys get to cook with you?

Indah Nuria Savitri said...

matcha is goooood...with ice? perfect for summer :)

Eat To Live said...

I have never tried match matcha, although I have heard it's very healthy and good.


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