Blueberry Rich diet anyone? Being very good anti depressants, Blueberries keep you fresh, active, sharp, fit and in a good mood.
Researchers have shown that blueberries contain pterostilbene, anthocyanins, proanthocyanidins, resveratrol, flavonols, and tannins, which inhibit mechanisms of cancer cell development and inflammations. Similar to red grapes, some blueberry species contain significant levels of nutrients in their skins.
Blueberries hold the highest antioxidant capacity of all fresh fruit: being very rich in anti oxidants like Anthocyanin, vitamin C, B complex, vitamin E, vitamin A and copper (a very effective immune builder and anti-bacterial). Boosting your immune system and preventing infections.
Blueberries also offer the following benefits to name a few :
· Assist in preserving vision
· Help with constipation & digestion
· Help fight against cancer
· Keeping your brain healthy
· Help to prevent heart disease
The ability to dissolve “bad cholesterol” and all those anti oxidants make Blueberries a perfect dietary supplement to aid with many heart diseases.
Blueberry Matcha Tea, using only the best 100% pure Matcha Tea. Our Blueberry Matcha Tea flavors and health benefits are retained as our raw and organic fruits are freeze dried and ground into powder to offer the best quality.
We offer only the highest quality teas at great prices. We have an amazing and extensive selection of different tea varieties so you are sure to find one or two that please your taste buds. Whatever it is you enjoy in the tea realm, we have it. Try us today and you will never have to look for a new tea company again.
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Blueberry Matcha Green tea is high in nutrients and perfect for any occasion. It's beautiful bright green color and wonderful taste make it great for every day of the week. Drinking it so often can make it somewhat boring after a while. To keep your Blueberry Matcha tea exciting and always something you look forward to, let's explore some ways to prepare it.
As a hot tea, Blueberry Matcha's penetrating smell and amazing flavor really come to life. To enjoy Blueberry Matcha as a hot tea:
- Bring your Blueberry Matcha powder to room temperature [18°C (64°F) to 23°C (73°F)], and sift through a strainer.
- Scoop 1 ½ to 2 rounded teaspoons of sifted Blueberry Matcha into a tea bowl or cup
- Add ¼ to 1/3 cup of hot, simmering water (this may be more or less diluted based on your preference).
- Briskly whisk your Blueberry Matcha. As the Matcha begins to dissolve, move the whisk briskly back and forth as fast as you can in the middle of the bowl or cup. The whisk should be vertical and barely touching the bottom of the bowl or cup. Once your Matcha has developed a soft, light foam, slowly lift the whisk from the center of the bowl or cup.
- Enjoy your frothy, healthy cup of hot Blueberry Matcha Green tea!
Traditional with a chill:
- Blueberry Matcha is excellent as a chilled or iced tea, perfect for hot summer days and when you're on the run. To prepare chilled or iced Blueberry Matcha-
- Get a 16 oz water bottle or glass that accomodates 16 oz.
- Measure ¼ teaspoon (or more if you like) into the bottle or cup with 16 oz of cold water. If you've opened a new bottle, be sure to sip a little so you don't overfill it!
- Shake or stir vigorously to dissolve the Blueberry Matcha powder.
- Drink immediately, pour over ice or refrigerate.
- If desired, add a sugar substitute or honey to sweeten it to your liking.
This was not my first sample from Red Leaf Tea, but it was my first time trying their matcha. If you haven’t visited the website and you’re a matcha fan, definitely give it a look. With flavors ranging from goji berry to alfalfa, there is likely a matcha perfect for anyone’s personal tastes. For my first sample, I decided to try the Blueberry Matcha. I love blueberries and the idea of combining fruit with green tea has always appealed to me.
The matcha used for this combination is ceremonial grade and organic, free of artificial colors, sweeteners, preservatives, and chemical additives. When I opened the package, I was greeted with a deep green powder, not the vibrant green I was used to seeing. I reviewed suggestions for preparation and made small adjustments to suit my personal tastes. The website recommended using 1.5 to 2 rounded teaspoons, which seemed very high to me. Instead I used one teaspoon for my 4-ounce cup. For water, I set my kettle to boil, poured the boiling water into my cold cup and then poured the cup into my matcha bowl. This method cools the water to a nice temperature and I have had good luck preparing matcha this way.
After a vigorous whisking, I was greeted with a frothy, forest green cup. Again, the color was not the typical vibrant green I associate with this drink. I tried a few sips and waited for the blueberry to come through. I found the berry to be extremely muted and only noticeable if I really concentrated. However, once the drink had time to cool the blueberry became more noticeable and each sip finished with a refreshingly light sweetness. The base matcha was also quite tasty. It wasn’t overtly heavy and was just a tad grassy. Overall, this was a very nice flavored matcha, but I wouldn’t mind having a little more berry flavor.
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