Is the ceremonial green tea included in "Tea, Green, Matcha, Dry" category? If not, what is the micro breakdown?
Hello @Maranatha ,
I would say that it is safe to use our generic entry ''Tea, Green, Matcha, Dry'' for ceremonial matcha.
Ceremonial matcha is a name used to describe the highest grade of matcha, typically used to make matcha tea.
Please let me know if you have any questions.
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Hey, I have the same question except I see a discrepancy between Green Tea, brewed and the Matcha powder entries with Magnese contents. I'm concerned about this because I have overdosed on Magnese recently and do push the limits with a blend of curry powder, turmeric, paprika, Kashi golean cereal (original), kale, chard, chia seeds, green tea, quinoa, broccoli, cauliflower, pomegranate juice and bok choy. I'm at like 10mg a day as it is. so I want to be careful that introducing matcha powder as a replacement for green tea won't cause me to overdose on magnese. I just want to double check to make sure that this isn't the case.