Difference between Kotobuki Matcha and Gula Java Matcha
What is Kotobuki Matcha?
Matcha is Japanese green tea ground into a powder. Matcha is made from the leaves of the tea plant Camellia Sinensis. What makes Matcha so special is the origin and production method of this green tea.
The different ways in which green tea leaves are treated determine the quality of tea. There is only a small group of elite Japanese tea farmers that is capable of producing high-quality Matcha.
'Kotobuki' in Japanese means 'longevity' and 'blessing'. Kotobuki Matcha of Amanprana contains 100% Matcha of superior quality.
Ingredients: 100% Matcha* Kotobuki (Japan) 50g
What is Gula Java Matcha?
Gula Java is coconut blossom energy (organic coconut sugar) from Java. Gula Java is often called palm sugar. That is only partially correct since there are 600 varieties of palm sugar. Gula Java is the concentrated nectar of the Cocos nucifera (coconut tree), unrefined, with a low glycemic index. Gula Java should not be called just palm sugar. Gula Java Matcha is a combination of Gula Java coconut blossom sugar and Matcha, powdered green tea.
Ingredients: 80% unrefined coconut blossom sugar (Indonesia) , 20% Kotobuki Matcha, (Japan)
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- Kotobuki Matcha quality
- Low GI (35)