Popularity surrounding matcha is increasing with every passing day – and it makes sense. The drink is a must-have for influencers and wellness gurus alike. It’s rich in nutrients and antioxidants; plus, it doesn’t hurt that matcha lattes are really pretty to look at. Ask yourself: how many matcha photos have you double-tapped on Instagram today?
If you’re wondering what the difference is between matcha and green tea, the answer is simple. Matcha and green tea derive from the same tea leaves; but matcha bushes are kept in the shade in an effort to increase chlorophyll and amino acid levels, thereby increasing the health benefits it provides to drinkers. Matcha is finely ground into powder, while green tea isn’t. The former makes it easier for users to mix it into beverages and desserts.
Our Matcha Collagen offers users 10g of collagen per serving. Antioxidants aside, matcha also contains L-theanine, an amino acid that provides an “alert calm” rather than a jolt and eventual crash, which can be the case with other morning beverages. Hello, new pick-me-up!
This green beverage also contains our Collagen Peptides, which are sourced from grass-fed, pasture-raised bovine hide in Brazil, and help to promote healthy hair, skin, nails, joints and gut.