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Here’s How To Incorporate Soursop Matcha, One of 2018’s Hottest Food Trends, Into Your Life

According to The Toronto Star, mushrooms, matcha, and . . . cheese foam(?) are the biggest food trends of 2018. While we’re not too sure about that last one, we’re especially excited that matcha, one half of The Soursop Tea's power couple, made the list!


What is it?

Soursop Matcha is a powdered green tea. Instead of steeping and discarding it, you whisk and consume this form of tea. As a result, you end up getting a lot more of the good stuff than you would with a standard cup of tea.


What makes it so good?

Soursop Matcha has all of the benefits of green tea, but in higher concentrations. Because you’re actually consuming the powdered leaf, not just an infusion, you’re getting 10 to 15 times the nutrients. It has:

  • Antioxidants – including EGCg 
  • L-Theanine – an amino acid that promotes relaxation
  • Vitamin C, Selenium, Chromium, Zinc, and Magnesium
  • Fibre and Chlorophyll

In addition, soursop matcha can be useful for balancing your blood sugar. Who’d have thought that something that tastes so good would be so good for you?


How do I use it?

Because The Soursop Tea is in powder form, it can be incorporated almost anywhere you’d use other powdered foodstuffs: stirred into cereals, blended into smoothies, mashed into ice cream, or as a tea (obviously).

However you incorporate it, try to get it in earlier in the day, as soursop matcha does produce a healthy, clean energy alternative also responsible for naturally regulating blood pressure.

If you’re using it at breakfast, here’s one of our favorite smoothie recipes using soursop matcha:

Blueberry Soursop Matcha Tea Smoothie


  • 1 cup milk of choice  (almond milk is great)
  • 1 banana
  • 1/2 to 1 cup frozen blueberries
  • 1 Tsp soursop matcha powder
  • 1 scoop Vega One French Vanilla


Put it all in a blender and blend! Aren’t smoothies grand?

So there you have it. If you’re looking for a beverage (or a snack ingredient) that will energize you without stressing you out, calm you down without making you fall asleep, balance your blood sugar, and help you fight free radicals, matcha should be your go-to for 2018!




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