We, at Arogya, have created a comprehensive and holistic Coffee-to-Tea Signature Cleanse to help you make the transition from coffee to tea, reduce your caffeine consumption, and help your body revitalize its natural balance and bring your body, mind, and spirit to a place of harmony and restoration. Each day, you will start with a caffeinated tea and as the weeks progress, the caffeine concentrations will decrease.Read More›
Matcha tea, a finely ground green tea powder made famous by Japanese Zen monks, has become incredibly popular over the last couple years. Modern day tea drinkers love Matcha for the feeling of calm and focused alertness it provides, as well as its sweet, creamy and umami flavor. With the increased popularity of Matcha tea, countless varieties are readily available on the market.
Camellia sinensis, also known as tea, contains about a quarter to one-half of the caffeine in coffee, depending on the variety. Tea is also host to naturally occurring phyto-chemicals that prolong the release of caffeine in the body, while at the same time providing a sense of relaxation. These properties make tea an ideal beverage for prolonged focus and well-being.Read More›
Matcha is having a good year. If you are unfamiliar with Matcha, it’s a powdered green tea made famous by Japanese Zen monks. It has been used for centuries to create a sense of calm and focused alertness in both meditation and mindful living. We’ve been seeing all kinds of recipes lately using Matcha in sweets, hot drinks, and cocktails. Matcha is also showing up more and more in coffee shops and cafés. Even Starbucks now features a Teavana Green Tea Latte made with Matcha (and a whopping 40 grams of sugar per 12 oz cup). Though I’m familiar with traditionally brewed Matcha, which creates a naturally creamy, frothy, sweet, umami, and tremendously satisfying cup of opaque green tea, I was inspired by the Americanized recipes using Matcha. I set out to make an Arogya-style Matcha Latte, made with homemade almond milk and our ceremonial grade Matcha.Read More›