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History of Matcha Tea

Matcha was made popular in Japan by the venerable monk Eisai who on a retreat in China discovered the power and secrets of Zen Buddhism and Matcha tea. His gift to the culture of Japan was the transcendence of Zen practice rooted in the cultivation of tea culture.

In this spirit, contemporary Matcha enthusiasts have realized the importance of bringing Matcha to the West. In a culture dominated by fast paced, narrow focused routine, Matcha serves as an energy alternative delivering holistic health and optimized productivity. MetaMatcha was founded on the principles laid forth by Monk Eisai, dedicated to connecting people to their best selves and promoting mainstream adoption and societal well being through the consumption of Matcha.

“The universe is limitless, yet Mind travels beyond the universe.” –Monk Eisai


What is green tea? Green tea comes from the plant camellia sinensis.

Green tea is not oxidized, unlike black tea, so there is little alteration of the natural properties and flavor of the tea, resulting in increased retention of antioxidants, specifically EGCG (epigallactocatechin gallate).


With 3 grams of Organic Matcha per bottle, Metamatcha provides a highly functional energy alternative, with great taste and only 60 calories