Give Green to Your Health

Give Green to Your Health

30. 03. 2020
Emerald colour, velvety smooth powder, universal usage and a huge amount of benefits. All that and more is Japanese matcha, green tea with more than 800 years of tradition. Take a look at the biggest advantages of matcha and the codex of Matcha Tea brand.

Give green to your health

Matcha Tea has a wide spectrum of benefits. Because of its content of chlorophyll, it is considered to be a strong antioxidant, it contains more than 30 % of fibre and we can find in it vitamins A and C.


Not only strong antioxidant

Matcha helps maintain the normal level of glucose in blood and supports the normal function of cardiovascular system (blood pressure). It also helps maintain the healthy function of heart, supports vessel elasticity, and even helps to maintain the healthy level of cholesterol in blood. According to some studies, it also supports oral health.

Can boost metabolism up 40 %

You can give green even to your desired weight because matcha boosts metabolism up to 40 % and helps you keep body weight under control. Just shake yourself two cups of matcha a day and because of the dose of energy and lipid metabolism, the exercises will go easier and more effectively.

Give green to your health, drink Matcha Tea!


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Matcha Tea, rich in effectivity


We can find unique substances in Matcha Tea. They have a beneficial effect on our body and mental well-being. Matcha does not contain the classic form of caffeine but there is its tea form called theophylline. Theophylline is released gradually into body for 3-6 hours, and you don’t have to worry about side effects common for coffee, such as a very quick onset of caffeine (caffeine peaks around half an hour after ingestion) and similarly quick crash of energy, nervousness, heart palpitations, or inattentiveness. Quite the contrary, matcha refreshes mind for a longer period of time without fluctuations of mood or energy. 


Another great property of matcha holds L-theanine, an amino acid that induces in just about 30 minutes feelings of relaxation, but simultaneously mental alertness and peace of mind that is not accompanied by sleepiness. L-theanine helps break down stress, improves your mood and helps you concentrate. For these reasons, matcha is often sought out by students. The combination of theophylline and L-theanine makes matcha a great companion for long drives, demanding study nights or difficult professions.

Rich number of effects of Matcha Tea can be appreciated by medicine workers, teachers, police forces and helping professions.

Bio Matcha Tea, the secret weapon of samurai

Matcha drinking has a more than 800 years long tradition in Japan. Originally, matcha used to be drunk during the tea ceremony which was a social event that lasted sometimes for hours and was intended only to the highest members of the society: Buddhist monks and samurai.


With the help of matcha, monks and samurai tried to reach enlightenment because it provided them with the feeling of intense concentration and simultaneously strong sense of calmness. The was related to nobility and court etiquette. Its enjoyment during the tea ceremony was connected with deep mutual respect. Until today, matcha is used as a beverage for the moments of mental relaxation in the loud and chaotic world, it helps us concentrate on self-knowledge and represents spiritual refreshment. Today, we have the opportunity to taste the secret weapon of samurai that may stand behind the wisdom, calmness and strength of these Japanese warriors.

Original from Japan

Bio Matcha Tea is the real matcha mainly because of its Japanese origin. Matcha tradition originated in Japan more than 800 years ago and the technology of the tea processing has not changed since.

Growing the tea plant and production of matcha

The tea plantation is roughly three weeks before the harvest covered with nets. Only around 10-20 % of sunlight can reach the sun then and the tea plant starts to produce an enormous amount of chlorophyll. The greenest tea leaves are picked and dried by hot steam so that their oxidation is stopped, and they could maintain the emerald green colour. The leaves are then dried with hot air. After that, all the leafstalks, twigs and veins are removed until only the pulp remains. The leaf pulp is then milled in the granite mills in the same identical fashion as 800 years ago.

Matcha from China? Fake.

Powdered teas from China and other countries are often processed in a much cruder way – the leaves are baked on a pan instead of being steamed, they are usually in form of entire leaves, including leafstalks and veins, and the growing is usually not on the shaded fields.

The resulting powdered tea is often:

→ tart or even bitter,

→  it has a yellowish or brownish colour,

→  does not pass the criteria to be called matcha.


Matcha is always original from Japan.


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A+ quality of Bio Matcha Tea

One of the most important values of matcha is always the quality. Our tea comes always from Japan, and it is grown in the plantations with strict organic (bio) conditions. Each freshly imported batch is tested in an independent establishment to detect possible presence of pesticides, mould, heavy metals or mercury, and the results of these tests are publicly accessible here on our webpages.

A+ quality is guaranteed by our sachets

Each contains a portion of matcha tea, so there is no danger of the tea losing its colour and taste just days after opening of a bigger pack. That usually happens because bigger bulks cannot protect matcha from its biggest enemies – air, heat and humidity.

That is why we pack Bio Matcha Tea in individual sachets that optimally protect the tea from these natural enemies.

Cold or hot, Matcha Tea's the top

Matcha is a very versatile beverage. You can shake it in a cold version with ice, or as a hot tea, you can easily prepare Matcha Latte, fresh juice with Matcha Tea or make a Matcha smoothie. Matcha is also amazing as an ingredient in creams, fillings, porridges, batters, or as a seasoning in soups or even meat marinades. Hungry yet? Recipes here.

In kitchen or in a cup, it always goes that:

Cold or hot, Matcha Tea’s the top! 🙂


Recipes with matcha