• Evelina

    Finding this matcha was a game-changer! It's not just about the savings; it's the rich flavor and smooth texture that rival those expensive store-bought matcha lattes. I'm hooked!"

  • Priyam Sarkar

    Okay, can we just talk about how Matcha is literally my go-to for high tea vibes? 🍵💚 It's like the ultimate treat with its lush green goodness and smooth flavor.

  • Karin Velikonja

    It is so amazing to put this mask on after practicing face yoga. Because of increased circulation the absorption of good stuff from matcha is even better.

  • Sunethra

    I would like to believe that after trying different brands and variations of matcha, I know my Matcha well. This is my 4th reorder of this particular brand. Its good quality and value for money.

  • Maja Marcic

    I am in love with the taste of your matcha, it is better than at least 6 different ones I tried. I really believe in the benefits of drinking matcha instead of coffee as I have been doing so for 2 years.

  • Tiffany Napper

    @heapwellmatcha is my pre-workout secret weapon, giving me that extra kick to crush my gym sesh. Plus, it's like a tasty treat that keeps me feeling energized and ready to slay!

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Japanese Matcha powder


Matcha is a finely ground Green Tea powder made from the young and nutrient rich leaves of the tea plant. The tea dates back to the 8th century, when it was originally used in traditional Japanese tea ceremonies. Unlike most teas, with matcha, you're not drinking a tea-infused water-based concoction, you're actually consuming tea leaves in a powdered form.

  • matcha in spoon

    1/4 teaspoon of matcha

  • mixing matcha with spoon

    Add warm water & stir

  • pouring water on matcha

    Top up with hot water

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When you consume matcha powder, you get all the nutrients from the entire leaf. It tends to have more antioxidants than simply steeping green tea leaves in water.Matcha green tea being very rich in antioxidants, nutritionists believe it gives metabolic boost and keeps us hydrated.

REFERENCES Journal of medicinal food, 16(2), pp.120–127


Not all antioxidants are created equal. Green tea contains a specific set of organic compounds known as catechins. Among antioxidants, catechins are the most potent. The powdering process of making matcha increases the catechin contents, especially EGCG.

REFERENCES Journal of Chromatography A 1011 (1–2)


Matcha comes from the same plant that produces both black and green tea. But it comes down to how the plant is grown and the processes after the tea leaves have been picked. Unlike other teas, to produce Matcha, the leaves grow in the shade in the final month of growth. Shade growing causes a tremendous increase in chlorophyll and L-theanine production in Matcha. The resulting high levels of chlorophyll which aids detox and give this tea its beautiful vibrant green color. 


Matcha contains half the amount of caffine as a espresso, but it works differently to the caffeine from the coffee. Matcha contains distinctive amino acid called -theanine, which is a slow release caffeine and produces calm energy boost as opposed to the caffeine spike rom coffee which gives jitters.

REFERENCES Trends in Food Science & Technology 10 (6–7): 199. Yang GY, Liao J, Kim K, Yurkow EJ, Yang CS. (1998).