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Does Matcha Go Bad? Signs That Your Matcha Has Overstayed

Does Matcha Go Bad? Signs That Your Matcha Has Overstayed

by TopicTea Team 7 min read

Matcha is the heart of adept tea drinkers across different divides. The tea comes handy with a wealth of beneficial supplements such as amino acids, vitamins, tannin and caffeine.  However, not so many people can tell a good Matcha from a bad one. And, you may be wondering whether the product goes bad or not. Today we are going to answer some basic questions that revolve around Matcha’s shelf life, storage and how to use a stale Matcha. 

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How To Make The Perfect Frothy Matcha Tea

How To Make The Perfect Frothy Matcha Tea

by TopicTea Team 7 min read

Matcha tea is full of antioxidants that help prevent cancer, improve mental clarity and alertness, detoxify the body, stop the scavenging activities of free radicals and improve the immune system. It also contains catechin and polyphenols that promote relaxation and contributes to the treatment and prevention of various medical conditions, including fungal, bacterial, viral infections and type-2 diabetes. The tea helps maintain cardiovascular and gastrointestinal health too and works to boost energy levels. 

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HIGH vs LOW Quality Matcha - Spot The Differences

HIGH vs LOW Quality Matcha - Spot The Difference

by TopicTea Team 4 min read

Matcha tea has become extremely popular at present mainly because of the natural benefits it provides. Although lots of folks drink it on a daily basis, not many are able to discriminate between high quality and low quality Matcha at present. You will come across lots of brands marketing this type of tea on the market, and while some of them are good the others are usually bad. If you happen to be a first-time buyer, you will find it tough to discriminate between these two. However, it is not very difficult to differentiate between good quality Matcha and the bad one, and in the subsequent paragraphs, we have mentioned some essential tips to get the job done easily.

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Matcha Tea vs. Green Tea - How Are they Different?

Matcha Tea vs. Green Tea - How Are they Different?

by TopicTea Team 5 min read

green tea is categorized into different groups, including Sencha, which is the normal green tea, Konacha, Bancha, Gyokuro, Kabusecha, Matcha, etc. Among these tea types, Matcha and Sencha (normal green tea) are the most known teas.

However, most people do not differentiate these two types of green tea, which is why we have compiled this guide to shed light on everything you need to know about green tea and matcha.

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Chanoyu Ceremony Matcha Tea

Your Own Personal Chanoyu

by Kevin Horan 5 min read

Experiencing the Way of Tea. The tranquil and profound art of the chanoyu. Or. You are sitting at home. And after a long, stressful and hectic day at the office you can finally sit down for more than 3 seconds. Long enough to enjoy some tea, finally! These two scenarios sound worlds apart, but with the matcha tea starter set, the differences quickly fade away.
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Matcha Tea Whisk

Good Matcha is all in the Whisk!

by Kevin Horan 6 min read

When it comes to tea there are some accessories one can’t live without. One in particular being the tea whisk. With the rising popularity of matcha around the world, having a whisk for your matcha is mandatory. But what the devil are they? And how the devil do you use them?
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