Green tea has been a key pantry staple in the Japanese culture for thousands of years.
But what is the difference between Green Tea and Matcha?
When drinking matcha, the entire leaf is consumed, serving as a direct abundant sourceof antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals.
Loose-leaf green tea, on the other hand, is brewed with the leaves, but then discarded after use.
That means every time you brew a cup of loose-leaf green tea and then discard the tea bag, you are throwing away powerful antioxidants and only deriving some of the benefits nature had intended.