For A Christmas Less Stressed Get Matcha Motivated
How does one pull everything together before Christmas? The clock seems to be moving with speed and our ever-growing list of ‘to do’ before the festive season begins to pile up before our eyes. By this time of year, we may feel like we’re dragging ourselves through work, family and relationship commitments. If you’re in desperate need of a boost to get a handle on accomplishing your checklist, take a matcha moment. Our Starbucks copycat matcha frappe will be your best friend, helping you get everything done. Tis the season to tinsel and treat after all. Let’s face it. We’re all looking forward to passing 2020.
Matcha has become the cult drink for enhancing performance and keeping energy levels on a sustained high. Our frappuccino provides a healthy, delicious taste with a side of true convenience. It’s the combination that leaves everyone wanting more. Our creamy moreish beverage does wonders for your brain. You’ll be keeping your energy levels up for hours.
Matcha is a nootropic, meaning it can sharpen memory, help you get in the zone, enhancing your mood. Containing theanine, a compound known to promote brain stimulation without the associated restlessness and anxiety that gloriously tasting latte brings with, matcha offers a caffeine fix without too much kickback. Full of polyphenols and EGCG (epigallocatechin gallate), matcha enables powerful detoxification against free radicals and chemicals within the brain, reducing brain fog. Drink to your daily wellbeing with this electric powder that fights against the bad stuff.
So more focus, less fatigue, and none of the jitteriness from traditional caffeinated drinks -- how do we make this marvellous frappe?!
Matcha Motivate Frappe
1/2 Cup Of Ice
1 Cup of Coconut Milk
1 Tbsp of Matcha Green Tea Powder
2 Tbsp of Honey
A Generous Serving Of Whipped Cream
Come Christmas Eve, you’ll be enjoying your mulled wine and mince pies just like everyone else because everything will have been taken care of! Let the season be a blessing, rather than stressing.
Written By: Corrina Harris