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Discover the Art of Making Matcha

Ready to make matcha part of your journey to vibrant healing? Below are three ways to enjoy the magic of matcha.



A note from our founder: 

Usucha is commonly referred to as “thin matcha” as it’s made by mixing matcha powder with a small amount of water so that you can whisk it to make a thin layer of frothy matcha before adding more water to make tea or milk to make a latte. 

The ritual of making usucha helps bring out the flavor of the matcha. This is a great way to enjoy our signature smooth and mellow matcha. 



A note from our founder: 

Koicha is commonly referred to as “thick paste” as it’s made by mixing matcha powder with such little water that when whisked the matcha turns into a paste. Similar to usucha, you can add more water to your koicha paste to make tea or milk to make a latte. 


Matcha Latte

A note from our founder: 

This is the best place to start if you’re new to matcha. The added milk of choice typically rounds out the flavor of matcha. My personal favorite milk to add to our signature Casa Cura matcha is rice milk or almond milk.

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What is matcha? 

Matcha is a finely ground form of green tea that’s undergone a unique process, which makes it a form of green tea that has a higher concentrated amount of antioxidants. 

How should I store my matcha? 

Once open, Casa Cura Organic Matcha should be stored either in a cool dry place with the lid on or in the refrigerator. 

Does matcha expire? 

The expiration date of your matcha can be found on the bottom of the tin. 

Does matcha contain caffeine? 

Yes, the amount of caffeine will vary based on the brewing time and the water temperature used to make it. Our recommended serving of ½ a teaspoon of matcha brewed using warm water has approximately 32mg of caffeine. 

Can you drink matcha while pregnant? 

It is best to consult your doctor to understand if consuming caffeine for you while pregnant is safe for you. 

For any other matcha-related questions please don’t hesitate to reach out to Casa Cura founder, Nadia Rawjee at nadia@casacuraofficial.com