Matcha Ceremonial Hisui
This Matcha is produced in the vicinity of the city of Kakegawa in Japan
Moga Cha is a ground green tea from Japan. The difference with Matcha is that Tencha is not roasted. This Japanese tea is less rich in tannin than Matcha but it is richer in vitamin C and catechin. Moga Cha is slightly herbaceous and sweet, it is a green tea that is preferred for health and beauty. It can be enjoyed hot or cold, it can also be used to prepare a cake or mixed with a smoothie.
Time of day
All day long
1-2g / cup
Ingredients from organic farming :
Green tea Moga Cha (100%).
Moga Cha and Matcha are green teas in powder form. They come from the Tencha plant, which belongs to the Japanese family of shaded teas. The cultivation of these teas consists in protecting the tea plants from the sun's rays a few weeks before the harvest. The difference between organic Moga Cha and organic Matcha lies in the manufacturing process. Matcha is made from steamed Tencha. Moga Cha is produced without modifying the Tencha. At the end of the process, both teas are ground to a powder using stone millstones.
Like all Japanese green teas, organic Moga Cha is rich in antioxidants. A real immune booster, it is known for its effectiveness against cholesterol and its preventive action against skin aging. The Moga Cha contains theine and caffeine to improve concentration and memorization. Its concentration in L-theanine reduces stress and produces a soothing effect. In Japan, Moga Cha was elevated to the rank of medicine by the samurais.
The preparation of organic Moga Cha is very different from other Japanese greens. To make your drink, pour one measure of product into a matcha bowl. Complete with 80 ml of water. Whisk with a "chasen" (or matcha whisk) making W's. When you get a smooth foam, your organic Moga Cha is ready to drink.
Count 1 gram of powder for 1 liter of water. To measure precisely the Moga Cha dose, use a chasaku (matcha spoon).
Like most Japanese teas, Moga Cha requires simmering water. Its temperature must reach 75°C maximum. Its infusion time is very fast: 25 seconds maximum.
Natural or sweetened, the organic Moga Chacan be enjoyed at any time of the day. Year after year, the organic Moga Cha cold, chambré or hot enters the French cookbooks. It can be used in pastries (financiers, madeleines or shortbread) or in the preparation of iced drinks like smoothies.
At Thés & Traditions, our organic Moga Cha is offered in bulk. It is packaged in zipped bags or in boxes to offer you optimal quality and freshness. This packaging allows us to offer you a very competitive price per kilo. In order not to modify its taste, do not hesitate to decant your organic Moga Cha in a hermetic box.
All our organic products, natural or scented tea, rooibos, Matcha and infusions are fromorganic farming. On Thés & Traditions, you benefit from a free delivery on the French territory from 45 euros of purchase. Let yourself be seduced by our large choice of organic teas and accessories, washi boxes from Japan, matcha whips, doypack bags... Don't hesitate to talk about our teas, matcha and Moga Cha in our customer review section.