Happy Matcha 2018!

Begin the year off with the ultimate life hack for happiness and performance - MATCHA!


Happy 2018 to all of you out there from Mei Leaf!

We are asking the universe for a year filled with positivity and enlightenment and we aim to spread that message through everything we do.

Inevitably, after the blur of Christmas, January is an opportunity for some reflection and thought on how to make 2018 an even happier, healthier and more productive 2018.

We have the perfect life hack to assist you to achieve all of these things - Matcha!

Yes, this simple little drink of stone-ground, shade- grown tea is much more potent than you may realise!

Matcha is overflowing with Theanine which is a potent mood enhancer and helps to stimulate a happy, creative and calm state. It does this by regulating dopamine, GABA and boosting alpha brain waves.

Theanine works synergistically with Caffeine to give you energy without the stress - perfect for high performace with low errors.

Matcha is supercharged tea giving you all of the proven health benefits of the good stuff - metabolic, cardiovascular and immune.

To help you life hack 2018 we are offering
Buy One Get One Half Price on our Organic Ceremonial Matcha.

This offer lasts the whole of January 2018. So get some high grade Matcha and begin having your daily shot of this deliciously intense green tea goodness.

How to drink:

We recommend whisking one teaspoon in about 50ml of warm water and drinking after breakfast - you will feel it rewiring your brain and metabolism immediately!

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