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In part three of this series, we answer common questions about caffeine and green tea, including how much caffeine a cup of tea contains.
We consider tea bags heaven-sent because we can quickly have a cup of tea and do other things. The taste and aroma of loose tea leave brewed in the teapot is still the best experience, although, in the end, it still depends on the tea quality and how organic your tea is. We do not have much time to clean the pots and cups after drinking, and it is also inconvenient to brew and strain a few leaves on a teapot where only one or two people will drink tea.
This post discusses everything you need to know about green tea, bubble tea, its history and how to make it at home.
Is matcha originally invented in China or Japan? - Green Tea Quiz
A1: China A2: Japan Read more for the answer.
Tapioca drinks have swept a vast number of countries with their steady hold on teenagers and young adults, and Japan is not an exception to this. With the sheer amount of tapioca (or boba in some places) joints that have been popping up across Japan, it’s not an understatement that this drink is the trendy choice to sip on as you walk through Shibuya, Harajuku, or even Dotonbori. But just like waves, trends come and go, and it begs for the question: what’s the next thing that’ll make waves in Japan?
What is Coffee Creamer?
Here is a discovery from one of my little trials: using coffee creamer for matcha. Putting creamer in my matcha dishes when my friends come over is one of my favorite, little secret recipes.
In this article, I will show you what coffee creamer is and how you can use it to enhance your matcha tea.
More and more people are drinking Japanese green tea in a non-traditional manner such as adding milk. Some famous examples are, matcha latte you find at your local Starbucks, and a green tea smoothie you may try at home with your blender.
But you may also have heard that drinking tea with milk is a bad idea.
Is it the case with green tea or matcha as well?
Many people know that green tea has a multitude of health benefits. Not only is it delicious and a great way to boost your energy with little to no crash afterward, but it can also improve brain function and ward off diseases due to its powerful antioxidants.
These health benefits can have positive effects on one’s physical health, but did you know they can also improve mental health and relationships? Here’s how.
Japanese green tea, or matcha, is a characteristic flavor that is not only popular in Japan but all over the world.
It is traditionally brewed in tea ceremonies, however, many people also brew it to drink at home on a regular basis.
The slightly sweet, bitter, and earthy flavor incorporates well into desserts and other recipes beyond just the tea itself, and making these recipes with your family can be a fun and engaging way to strengthen your relationships.
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The Japanese Tea Ceremony is a special ritual that has existed for centuries in Japan. Many versions of this ceremony exist for different purposes, but all show a deep appreciation for the ritual of brewing and serving matcha green tea.
It is essential for a host to show care and appreciation towards their guest during this ceremony that serves as a special way to deepen relationships.
We discuss the health benefits of green tea, including the role it can play in cancer prevention and how much you should consume.