Today I’m showing you how to make coconut matcha tea, as a great, nutritious alternative to coffee – especially if you’re sensitive to caffeine. There’s nothing wrong with drinking coffee (I love coffee!), but especially after lunchtime, I recommend you try a cup of Matcha tea instead of another coffee. Both the L-Theanine in the matcha, as well as it’s generally lower caffeine levels make sure you don’t get the usual negative side effects (bad sleep quality, jitteriness, anxiety) you might otherwise get when drinking excessive amounts of coffee. In addition it is filled with antioxidants and other nutrients. The added coconut or MCT oil gives you an extra energy and focus boost and helps you stay full, so that you can focus on your work instead of getting distracted by hunger cravings.
For you tea lovers out there, please don’t kill me for not using traditional equipment for mixing the matcha 🙂