Organic Matcha Green Tea Powder and Green Tea may sound quite similar, but there are property differences between these two types of tea. Despite their commonalities, both, organic Matcha green tea powder and green tea come from the same plant called Camellia Sinensis. The main difference between both is in how they are grown, harvested and prepared for sale.

Matcha is actually 100% green tea leaves that have been ground into a fine powder, while green tea is made from the infusion of the leaves.

Because Matcha is made from high-quality tea and the whole leaves are ingested, it is a more potent source of nutrients than green tea from a bag.

In addition to providing small amounts of vitamins and minerals, Matcha is rich in antioxidants called polyphenols, which have been tied to protection against heart disease and cancer, as well as better blood sugar regulation, blood pressure reduction, and anti-aging. Another polyphenol in Matcha called EGCG has been shown in research to boost metabolism.

Green tea and Matcha share the same health benefits, however, Matcha has 10 times the nutritional value of regular green tea and up to 137 times the amount antioxidants.

Organic Matcha Green Tea Powder VS Green TeaGreen Tea House Ireland offers different Japanese Matcha teas imported from the home of Matcha, the hills of Uji Japan. Green Tea House Ireland supplies Matcha tea all over Ireland with wholesale available, with the best prices for a superior tea, handpicked from local tea farms in Japan. Our organic Matcha tea is certified from Japanese agriculture and fisheries and our regular Matcha tea is a taste sensation that you will love.

You can also use our superior quality Matcha green tea in baking cakes, bread, chocolate and even ice cream. Because it is in a powder form, you can use it in anything you want to cook with.

Green Tea and Matcha are both:

  • Packed with antioxidants including the powerful EGCg;
  • Metabolism boosters and burns calories;
  • An effective and natural way to detox;
  • A great support for concentration;
  • Great providers of vitamin C, selenium, chromium, zinc and magnesium.