The matcha whisk, also known as a chasen, is traditionally handcrafted from a single piece of bamboo and comes in a variety of thicknesses and string counts (“teeth” of the whisk). The whisk helps to coax the matcha into a uniform consistency as the powder tends to clump when coming into contact with water. If you don't use a traditional whisk in preparing matcha, you will likely miss out on the nuances that only perfectly blended matcha with just the right amount of foam on top can offer.
A cup of matcha contains approximately 2-3 times more caffeine than a cup of caffeinated steeped tea. Which is about the same amount of caffeine you'd get in a regular cup of coffee. But, the caffeine-buzz effect is different. Matcha creates a wonderful alertness and calm from the L-theanine that promotes relaxation without drowsiness, making it synergistic with caffeine.
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