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So...why not matcha?
1) Matcha is
For a standard cup of matcha, at home, you'll be paying $1+ for one mug, and that's if you only use half a teaspoon to make it last. Ouch!!
⇒ Our Teas Are
Our teas are around $0.39 a mug, and our direct matcha substitute, moringa tea powder, is only $0.43 a mug, with more antioxidants! That's better.
2) It is a seriously
Matcha is usually very bitter. When do you see matcha being drunk straight? There's a reason it's always mixed or cut!
⇒ Our Teas Are Delicious
We have personally taste-tested all our teas and none of them need milk or sugar to taste good. We sell tasty loose leaf tea!
3) It's not the ultimate antioxidant powerhouse
Yes matcha is good, but there are plenty of other teas that have more antioxidants. Many have a LOT more!
⇒ Our Teas Have
Most of our teas, with just a few tasty exceptions, are packed with more antioxidants than matcha. (Scroll down for the numbers)
...and of course:
Matcha is not a health food when cut with fats and sweeteners!
This is the main way we eat matcha. Need proof? Just check out #matcha on Instagram (or in Starbucks or your local bakery)
A Starbucks matcha latte has 240 calories. Wow. But really, you already knew a spoonful of matcha doesn't make a dessert healthy, right?!
Instead, get your daily antioxidants from us at MatchaAlternatives.com
Looking for the perfect Matcha substitute? A bright green superfood for your morning smoothie, cereal or baking? Try our
With more antioxidants than matcha at less than 1/2 the cost! Smooth, sweet, and grassy with *no bitterness*. Plus, talking of things matcha can't do, it's a full protein, perfect for fitness-fanatics. Click to learn more:
Intrigued? Want to learn more about our loose leaf teas and matcha? Read on....
Read more about The Dark Truth about Matcha Tea, written by our own Professor Stephany Morgan (so you know it's going to be good!)
Or click on the other tabs above to see Cost and Antioxidant comparisons between matcha and our fantastically awesome teas
More about the cost of matcha vs our teas: As mentioned above, matcha is seriously expensive, not for any grandiose reason, but because it's only produced during a very short season with minimal mechanization.
For comparison, our teas costs are shown below, from lowest to highest average cost per mug:
Matcha is primarily popular because it is a known as a superfood - with good levels of of antioxidants.
Antioxidants are measured by comparing ORAC levels. ORAC stands for Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity and is a scale to gauge antioxidant units. The higher the better.
So how does matcha stack up against our Matcha Alternative teas? From lowest to highest, here are the ORAC levels of our herbal and 'true' teas: