Green Tea Matcha with Toasted Rice - Traditional Medicinals
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Green Tea Matcha with Toasted Rice

Uplifting yet grounding.

Herbal Power
A healthy, mildly stimulating beverage.*

Reason to Love
Green tea (Camellia sinensis) is one of the most widely consumed beverages in the world, enjoyed for its health benefits for thousands of years. Directly inspired by a traditional style of Japanese green tea called matcha iri genmaicha, our herbalists blended crushed sencha and finely powdered matcha with toasted rice to create a delightfully earthy, soft and aromatic experience that supports your health.* This easy-drinking tea can be enjoyed throughout the day—even with meals. Best of all, it’s as satisfying a pick-me-up as it is a smart addition to your daily wellness regimen.

Earthy and bittersweet with toasted, nutty notes.

What’s in your cup?

Some of our favorite matcha hails from the stunning, verdant tea fields of Japan, where locals regard it as the finest expression of green tea. Our farmers cultivate it in the shade using certified organic practices and protect it from temperature extremes. Harvesters then pick the leaves and buds, roast them to perfection, dry them and grind them to produce a bright green powder. Combined with crushed sencha leaves and toasted puffed rice—a traditional combination called matcha iri genmaicha—our Green Tea Matcha is both mildly stimulating and a great way to support your health.*

Supplement Facts How To Enjoy

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How to Enjoy

Pour 8 oz. freshly boiled water over 1 tea bag.

Cover cup & steep for 3 minutes.

Squeeze tea bag to ensure maximum goodness in your cup.

Enjoy up to 3 cups per day.

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