"I do not like green eggs and ham. I do not like them, Sam-I-Am." Or, in this case, green rice. Strange, I'm sure it sounds. And probably looks. But you have got to give this a try. Matcha + cardamom + rice = Best meal accent ever. The zesty, sweet notes of the cardamom, along with the earthy taste of matcha impregnate this rice with a blast of flavor.
"April showers bring May flowers." They also bring new teas! And not just any teas, but some Premium Loose Leaf tea as well as a plethora of Wellness Blends! These teas are most definitely to the nines – buoyant and high-class. Featuring both new as well as classic tastes, along with some new ingredients, you're going to want to sample them all. And believe me, I have!
Craving something sweet? And quite possibly, caffeinated? Even better yet, healthy? This three-ingredient nice cream will have you licking your lips! The other day, I was chatting with our artisan tea blender and he mentioned banana ice cream. You know, frozen bananas, blended up with vanilla extract?
Delightfully delectable in the tiniest morsel. As we slowly exchange the summer treats for autumn ones, I thought I would share one that's been a crowd preference.This treat has been a fruity favorite of mine for a few years now. And out of nowhere ingenuity struck – what about adding matcha to the mix?
What better way to celebrate autumn than with spice? I have a huge love affinity for spice. I just love spicy things! I can't tell you what it is either because I used to loathe spice with a passion. Now I can't get enough of it.
Matcha Chia Seed Pudding – or better known as Matchia Pudding. Nothing beats an easy snack in a busy life. I myself am personally very fond of things I can take with me on-the-go, either to work or to play. But most often, making healthy lifestyle choices is the first thing to be sacrificed during the busy seasons of life.
Drowning in Matcha. Did you know that Affogato is Italian for "drowned"? So quite literally, this is a treat drowned in matcha. And, it needs to be drowning... in my belly. Not to mention, caffeinated sweet treats are the best kind of sweet treats. If you don't believe me now, you will after you've read this.
A new addiction. Summer presents the perfect opportunity for experimentation. Change isn't always easy, but this is your chance to switch up the classics and find new favorites - I know from personal experience that I appreciate the variance, and I'm not usually disappointed.
Tea's origin is a story rich in Chinese philosophy; a symbiosis of myth and fact. According to Chinese legend, an Emperor was boiling tea in a garden, when a leaf from the Camellia Sinensis plant floated into his water.