About Coconut Matcha
: Green Tea
Tea Forté’s Coconut Matcha brings a taste of the tropics to the Japanese tradition of matcha, a vibrant powder made from spring-harvested, shade-grown, stone-ground green tea leaves. This bright matcha blend both comforts and energizes those who drink it, bringing together the unexpected but highly pleasurable pairing of earthy matcha and sunny coconut.
Those who appreciate matcha’s distinct, herbaceous flavor may prefer to prepare it with water and enjoy its full character, while others may wish to whip up a soothing latte with frothed warm milk. No matter how it’s prepared, the experience of this unique elixir is expanded by deeply inhaling its sweet island aroma with each sip. Even sweeter, a single-steep Coconut Matcha packet contains only 11 calories per serving, giving it the power to satiate cravings without fear of overindulgence.
Matcha is known for a host of healthful perks -- its high level of antioxidants have earned it the reputation of “superfood.” It’s been enjoyed for millennia as both a health tonic and a cultural touchpoint. This ancient green tea powder, commonly thought of as a traditional Japanese beverage, actually dates back to the Tang Dynasty in China. In the 12th century, it made its way to Japan and quickly became a popular drink among samurai warriors and the elite class. In the years to follow, it ultimately became a drink of the people, and today, tea enthusiasts around the globe enjoy its rich, earthy flavor and emerald-green beauty.
Coconut Matcha may be prepared in a variety of ways -- hot or cold, with water or frothed milk. For a truly cultured experience, it may be made and served with our Ceremonial Bowl Set
which comes with a traditional bowl, whisk, and ladle.
Read more about Matcha Tea:
Introduction to Matcha Tea
How to prepare matcha
What is a Matcha Ceremony?