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Matcha Book

  • $25.00

Yes, you can read an entire book about tea. Why? Because matcha is no ordinary tea. And, if social media is any indication, it is quickly unseating coffee as the energy-boosting drink of choice. Why? Because this powdered green tea’s caffeine kick produces no jitters, no crash, and—if that’s not convincing enough—gives you fl ow-state energy coupled with mental clarity. Sound too good to be true? It isn’t. Matcha: A Lifestyle Guide offers everything one needs to enjoy the green goodness at a matcha bar or in the home kitchen. Featuring dozens of recipes for sweet and savory foods as well as matcha-based drinks and cocktails, this is the fi rst book to cover both sides of matcha—ancient beverage and contemporary superfood—and is an essential guide for both matcha novices and the already converted.

About the Author

Jessica Flint is a New York–based editor and writer who has held staff positions at Vanity Fair, Bloomberg Businessweek, Marie Claire, and Departures, where she is currently a senior features editor overseeing travel, food, and beverage coverage. In 2016, she spent fifteen days traveling throughout Japan, and learned about matcha by attending tea ceremonies, traveling to tea houses, and staying overnight in ryokans and Buddhist temples.

Anna Kavaliunas is a marketing executive who was worked in the entertainment industry on both coasts for twelve years. She has also consulted for companies in the health and wellness industry and has published articles on the subject. She’s an avid adventure traveler, a certified yoga instructor, and is pretty sure her blood has turned green from her current matcha obsession.