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Why propose matcha tea to your clientele?

Matcha is made exclusively from tencha tea. Tencha is composed of leaves from the camellia sinensis species, from the theacea plant family. The production process begins with the shading of the tea plantations, which lasts about a month. After the harvest, the leaves are lightly steamed, dried, cut, sorted, separated, re-dried, and mixed. The leaves are stored in bags kept below 10°C, then ground with granite stone mills.  The final product, a fine powder, is called matcha.

When drinking matcha tea, we consume 10 to 15 times more nutrients than with a traditionally infused green tea.

Given that premium matcha only appeals to a limited and demanding audience, maintaining the traditional preparation methods is important. To justify the relatively high price, those preparing this tea often choose to use a ceremonial bowl along with a bamboo whisk.

Preparing the matcha with the traditional tools in front of the clients creates an experience and piques their interest.

The quality of our products

All Kumiko Matcha teas are certified "Organic Farming" according to European or Japanese standards. This means that the tea plants from which our matcha is sourced are grown without any pesticide or chemical fertilizer. All our products are tested in an independent lab in Germany for the presence of herbicides, pesticides, and other chemical residues. Any product that does not pass the test is destroyed.

Below, you can see the difference between Kumiko Matcha and a lower quality matcha available on the market. A good quality matcha should have an electric green color, without any hint of yellow or brown.

qualité de matcha

ORAC Units

Matcha contains 10 to 15 times more nutrients than classic green tea, and 137 times more EGCG catechins than a sachet of green tea sold at the supermarket. EGCG catechins are polyphenols present, notably, in tea. Research conducted on this molecule has led to findings that the catechins in matcha boost the immune system, speed up the metabolism, and regulate cholesterol and blood sugar levels. Many scientific studies have also found a correlation between the consumption of EGCG catechins and cancer prevention.

The ORAC index measures the antioxidant power present in foods and beverages. Matcha tea has an exceptionally high ORAC rating: with 1,573 units (more or less, depending on the quality of the matcha) matcha tea outranks all of the naturally antioxidant-rich foods that we know of to date.

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