Deep green, soft young leaves from shade-covered tea shoots are picked, dried, steamed and ground. The whole leaf is used and makes a sacred, antioxidant + nutrient-rich tea to be served warm or cool and integrated into daily rituals, recipes, meditations and magical moments.
Matcha is an excellent source for
sustained energy levels
may promote a sense of calm and focus
may enhance metabolism
may support immunity
INVITATIONS FOR USE
Add 1/2 teaspoon to your favorite cup or bowl and an ounce of room temperature water. Whisk gently and fill the remainder of cup 2/3 full with water (warm or cool) and whisk in a zigzag pattern until frothy with love. Makes an excellent addition to smoothies, shakes, raw cakes and even face masks!
Contains 88 Servings
Tea-trees are shade-grown in a naturally-cultivated soil, (without the use of any fertilizers, pesticides, chemical or organic amendments... just water, shade cloth, and some straw and leaves for mulch) in harmony with the forested mountainside where the farm is located in Nara, Japan. The minimal agriculture practices are intended to reflect the quality and signature of the surrounding forests and soil.
This Matcha is the magical culmination of our love for tea, our appreciation of Japanese culture and tradition, and our borderline obsession with quality. We sourced this Matcha on our last trip to Japan in April... The name "White Dragon" is inspired by a pilgrimage we took during the trip to God Dragon Temple, a two-hour hike through mountains and wildlife - a mystical and transformational journey itself - which opens to a beautiful stone and wood temple at the summit ... We feel this bright, activating verdant tea is imbued with the spirit of mysticism, light, power, and strength we personally associate with Dragon and Dragon Mythology as well as our multi-dimensional human journey... It is an honor to be able to share it with you.
A Note on Natural Farming ... This a method inspired by the natural rhythms of nature, the work of Shizen Nōhō "Do Nothing" Farmer, Philosopher and Author Masanobu Fukuoka and is a low-impact, peaceful approach... The idea is to minimize the human imprint, to integrate the agriculture into the indigenous environment, and allow the wild soil and environment contribute to the expression of the tea.