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What Our Customers Say

Refreshing Hot or Cold
I had never tried matcha, but is is surprisingly pleasant and refreshing hot or cold. -Stephanie

DELICIOUS RASPBERRY FLAVORED, green tea benefits! I will buy this again!
YUM! YUM! Matcha powder is basically high quality, dried, crushed green tea leaves. The raspberry added is very natural tasting, not fake or imitation. This stuff I delicious in hot tea, but I really enjoy making smoothies out of it. Or just shaking it up with almond milk. It had great green tea flavor and its full of health benefits! Love it! and I especially love this raspberry blend! -CARRIE

Very Yummy Matcha Tea

One thing I love the most about this matcha, is that it's pre-sweetened, but not too much so, so it already has a perfect balance of flavor when you make it. I predomenently use this as an iced tea, by adding it to a water bottle, or by putting it in a mason jar with water. You just want to make sure you put it in a container that has a lid so you can shake it nicely. The raspberry flavor is a nice touch to give it a nice smooth flavor. I would recommend this to first time matcha drinkers as an introduction to matcha. - JESSICA

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Health Benefits of Matcha Tea

Matcha Green Tea

What are the Health Benefits of Matcha Tea?

All of us want to live a healthier life, and after searching I have found a secret powder called matcha that has been used by people in Japan for over 500 years. If you don't know what Matcha is let me break it down for you. Matcha is a powdered form of green tea. The best leaves of the tea plant are plucked and ground into a fine powder called matcha. Since you consume the powder which is the entire tea leaf matcha tea provides 10 times more health benefits than regular green tea. (Know wonder people in Japan have one of the longest life expectancies). 

Matcha powder has 137 times more antioxidants than regular green tea as well. Studies have shown the catechins in matcha fight to prevent cancer and even heart disease. Which is the leading cause of death in the USA.

One Cup of matcha = 10 cups of regular brewed green tea nutrient content 

There are many forms of matcha and fruit extract flavored matcha is becoming a favorite because of its taste, nutrition properties and energy boosts.

You can incorporate matcha easily into your diet to receive its health benefits.

1) Drink it as a tea. Hot or Iced

2) Mix into a Smoothie or Shake 

3) Cook with it and make healthy treats (Pancakes, Brownies, Cookies , etc.)

Tea's Me matcha is organic from Japan with unrivaled nutrition.

matcha ice cream

To add to its numerous health benefits, matcha tea....

  • Can boost your metabolism and burn calories
  • Naturally and Effectively Detoxify your body 
  • Rich in Fiber, Vitamin C and Magnesium 
  • Calms the Mind and Body 
  • Helps Lower Cholesterol 
  • Prevents Disease
  • High Concentration of Antioxidants and Catechin   

Matcha is a simple way to add Antioxidants, Vitamins and Minerals to your diet.

Matcha Latte

Why is this Antioxidant Reading Important. Because Antioxidants are the defense agents of the body. The more you have the better you can fight off sickness, disease and slow the effects of aging. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that consuming matcha green tea can increase thermogenesis (the body’s rate of burning calories) from a normal 8%-10% of daily energy expenditure, to between 35% and 43% of daily energy expenditure.

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What's This ???????

The Matcha You Haven't Heard About 

For the past few years we have all heard the wonders of matcha tea. How it fights cancer, lowers blood pressure and has some of the highest antioxidant content on earth. The one thing people do not share, is how bitter and horrid matcha tea taste. Since matcha is a powdered from of green tea we are literally drinking the tea plant.  Oh and let me tell you, it sure tastes like it. That is until now.

After years of development, Matcha Tea has a new taste and flavor, or should I say flavors. Raspberry, Vanilla and Blueberry to be exact.

These three organic plant extracts have been infused with matcha tea to give matcha drinkers an experience like no other. Finally a welcoming aroma and succulent taste to pair with the undoubted health benefits of matcha tea.

If your a Matcha drinker or looking for a healthy beverage you definitely need to checkout flavored matcha tea.  It combines one of the healthiest drinks on earth with a delightful taste and aroma of fruits we all enjoy.   


Hope you stay away from the bitter stuff, and enjoy "HEALTH AND TASTE AS ONE"

 (View Flavored Matcha) 

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Is Flavored Matcha for you

With regular matcha offering amazing health benefits but a horrid taste, many matcha drinkers are forced to chose health over taste. From fighting cancer, lowering blood pressure, increasing metabolism and boosting energy, how could you not drink matcha tea.  

Well that's until you taste the grassy, bitter taste of matcha. Fortunately, Tea's Me has finally solved that problem. We have infused our Organic Japanese Matcha Tea with natural fruit extracts to give our drinkers the same amazing health benefits with a amazing taste.

Take the quiz below to see if flavored matcha is right for you.

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Whats the Matcha Hype!!!!!

matcha green tea

So what's the matcha hype you ask?

Matcha literally means “powdered tea.

Crazy Health Benefits 

Because matcha is made from high-quality tea, and the whole leaves are ingested, it’s a more potent source of nutrients than steeped green tea. In addition to providing small amounts of vitamins and minerals, matcha is rich in antioxidants called polyphenols. Matcha has 10 times more antioxidants than regular green tea. And its polyphenol antioxidants have been tied to protection against heart disease, cancer, as well as better blood sugar regulation, blood pressure reduction, and anti-aging. Another polyphenol in matcha called EGCG has been shown in research to boost metabolism, and slow or halt the growth of cancer cells.
Matcha Green Tea

Contains Caffeine
Because you’re consuming whole leaves in matcha, you may get three times as much caffeine than a cup of steeped tea, but still only 1/2 the amount of brewed coffee. Matcha aficionados say that compared to the caffeine buzz from coffee, matcha creates an “alert calm” due to a natural substance it contains called l-theanine, which induces relaxation without drowsiness. 
It traditionally involves meditation
The preparation of matcha is the focus of Japanese tea ceremonies, and it has long been associated with Zen. This is likely one reason it’s becoming so popular, as meditation is becoming more and more mainstream. 

I believe that if preparing and sipping matcha becomes a way for you to slow down, and be in the moment, its benefits will extend far beyond the antioxidants it provides, because meditation, in any form, has a myriad of rewards. It’s been shown to reduce cortisol (a stress hormone known to drive appetite and increase belly fat), lower inflammation (a known trigger of premature aging and disease), curb impulsive eating, lower blood pressure, and boost self-esteem and compassion.

The Healing Power of Matcha
It can be incorporated into meals
Matcha is hot with chefs, not just as a beverage, but as an ingredient in both sweet and savory dishes. If you Google matcha recipes, you’ll find everything from matcha muffins, brownies and puddings, to matcha soup, stir frys, and even matcha guacamole!  I love cooking with matcha and below I even give you a few receipt to try yourself. 

Well I hope you can see what all the hype is about, now go enjoy some matcha.


Matcha Iced Latte

1 or 2 cups of almond milk
1 handful of ice
1 or 2 teaspoons of Tea's Me -Raspberry Matcha
1 dab of honey ( Mix all and enjoy)

Matcha Pancakes 

1 Cup All-purpose flour (130g) 1 Teaspoon Baking powder ¼ Teaspoons Baking soda 2 Tablespoons Sugar (28g) 1 Egg, lightly beaten 1 Cup Buttermilk (240ml) 3 Tablespoons Butter (40g) melted, 2 Teaspoons Tea’s Me Vanilla Matcha 

Matcha Buttermilk Pancakes Instructions: Measure all DRY ingredients: flour, baking powder, baking soda, sugar and salt then add to bowl and whisk together. Prepare all WET ingredients: egg, buttermilk and melted butter. Lightly beat the egg then Add the melted butter and buttermilk to the mixture and whisk well. Pour the WET egg mixture into the DRY flour mixture. Stir with a rubber spatula until combined. Do not OVERMIX. Last mix in your matcha tea powder. To fry the matcha buttermilk pancake, first heat up a frying pan over medium heat. Using a pastry brush, lightly brush the pan with melted butter. Using a small ladle, spoon pancake batter onto the hot pan. Cook until bottom of pancake is brown and bubbles appear on top of pancake, about 3 minutes. Flip the pancake and cook until the other side is lightly browned, another 2 minutes. Finally, plate and add your favorite syrup or toppings and enjoy


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