Matcha Green Tea has been a celebrated beverage throughout Asia for centuries where it has long been consumed for its traditional benefits of enlivening, sharpening and vitalizing the mind & spirit. In modern times, matcha has been touted for its unique antioxidant properties due to the presence of natural polyphenols (knowns as catechins) that are exclusively found in green tea.
Today, we have gone straight to the origins of matcha in Uji, Kyoto to source the highest quality organic Japanese matcha available and have combined it with traditional Chinese adaptogenic mushrooms Lions Mane and Cordyceps, a zingy touch of ginger and mind-fueling MCT oil to accentuate all of the naturally invigorating benefits this ancient superfood has to offer.
Coconut Milk Powder*, Manuka Honey Powder, DōMatcha® Premium Japanese Matcha Green Tea* (16 %), Jerusalem Artichoke Inulin*, Pink Himalayan Crystal Salt, Plant-Based Natural Coconut Flavour, Pink Himalayan Crystal Salt, Ginger*, Vegan Cordyceps Militaris*, Lions Mane*, Coconut MCT Oil, Luo Han Guo (Monk Fruit Extract).
Make your own morning Matcha Latte by adding 2 heaped teaspoons (6 g / 0.2 oz) to a little warm milk of your choice. Stir to combine. Add the remaining milk to make 200 ml (6.8 fl oz). For sweetness, add 1 teaspoon maple syrup or local raw honey.
How much caffeine is in Matcha Latte?
The Matcha Latte contains DōMatcha® green tea and green tea naturally does contain caffeine, there is a small amount of caffeine in Matcha Latte. The amount equates to about 1/5th of what you could expect to consume in one cup of store purchased coffee.
Nutra Organics Matcha Latte – 21 mg per cup
- Espresso - 145 mg per shot
- Instant Coffee – 80 mg per cup
- Energy Drink – 80 mg per 250 ml
- Black Tea – 50 mg per cup
- Cola Drink – 49 mg per 375 ml
Comparison Data from FSANZ - Caffeine (2018)
Is Matcha Latte Suitable for pregnant and breastfeeding women?
The Matcha Latte is suitable for all pregnant and breastfeeding women who are comfortable consuming a small amount of caffeine.