- Powdered mulberry tea is enjoyed as a caffeine-free substitute for matcha in Japan, especially among people sensitive to caffeine, women during pregnancy, and small children.
- Compared to regular matcha, this Organic Mulberry Matcha is less bitter and has a refreshing taste with a herb-like aroma.
- It also boasts a clearer green color, making it perfect for cooking.
- Nutritiously, it contains 11 times more calcium than regular matcha and has an abundance of iron, potassium, and fiber.
- Certified by JAS (Japan Agricultural Standards) with no chemical fertilizers or pesticides.
Details: How to use this Organic Mulberry Matcha: You can use it in the same way as matcha powder. In addition to drinking it as tea, it can be mixed into desserts, savory dishes, cocktails, and more. Here are some recipes you might want to try; Mulberry Matcha Tea—Whisk 1 teaspoon of Organic Mulberry Matcha into 1/4 cup of hot water. Mulberry Matcha Ice Soy Latte—Place 1 1/2 teaspoons of Organic Mulberry Matcha in a glass, add 200ml (about 3/4 cup) of soy milk, and stir well. Banana Mulberry Matcha Ice Cream—Peel 2 bananas and cut into small chunks. Put the cut bananas, 1 1/2 teaspoons of Organic Mulberry Matcha, and a splash of rice milk into a food processor, and mix. Freeze the mixture until it has the consistency of ice cream.