Choui Fong Green Tea Powder, matcha for healthy benefits.
Choui Fong Green Tea Powder
100% Matcha Green Tea Powder from Choui Fong Tea Plantation Chiang Rai Made from top quality green tea leaves Can be used to make a variety of menus such as hot matcha, cold matcha, matcha latte, bakery, dessert, food and ice cream, etc.
Choui Fong Tea Plantation Matcha Green Tea Powder Made from the best high quality tea leaves. It goes through the process of steaming and drying until the dried green tea leaves are ground and then ground to become green tea powder, also known as matcha powder. It comes in a beautiful package with a zip lock that makes it easy to use and easy to store.
History of Green Tea
The tea tree is the source of green tea. Camellia sinensis is the scientific name for this form of tea, and it does not undergo the fermentation process at all. Fresh tea leaves are dried fast by heating them to a high temperature.
Methods for drying and rinsing the tea leaves include drying them rapidly in a copper pot without using too much heat, or steaming them for a brief period of time and then drying them. to make an enzyme less active (The heat inhibits the activity of the enzyme, preventing it from decomposing.) As a result, the tea is dried but still fresh. and it’s a shade of green.
The tea leaves in so-called “green tea” are not fermented. Since the leaves have more phenolic chemicals, they are more potent. Because both of them are fermented teas, green tea has higher antioxidant power than either of them. There are 35-50 percent EGCG in green tea, 8-20 percent in oolong tea, and just 10 percent in black tea.
Green tea contains a number of vital nutrients. It contains amino acids, vitamin B, vitamin C, vitamin E, caffeine (caffeine) and theophylline, chemicals of the xanthine alkaloids group. As a stimulant for the neurological system and catechins, which are flavonoids that may be categorized into five types: GC, EC, EGC and ECG. (Theophylline) (EGCG). There is an antioxidant compound called epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG) that is found in high concentrations in green tea.
Color-related characteristics associated with the hue of tea. The tea will transform from a pale yellow to a light green when steeped in tea leaves. Green tea powder or matcha will provide you fresh green tea, if it’s green tea. Green tea from China has a very energizing aroma. It has a nutty aroma. Japanese green tea, on the other hand, emits a refreshingly green aroma. algal odor, maybe resembling that of soy sauce
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