I know things are stressful or all feeling a little tense, so let's take a moment an make some logic T this is the cuz in matcha it's brand new device that let's you grind fresh mascha T at home and whisks it all for you much.
A is a Japanese green tea.
That is, ground into a very fine powder and it's whisked into water.
This machine does the grinding, mixing and whisking for you.
The process is pretty simple in here is where the tea leaves are stored.
Pop the top.
And this is a ceramic mill.
This is what's going to grind the macho tea leaves into a fine powder.
Normally when you buy macho at the store, it's already in a powder.
By doing it fresh will get more into accidents and aside from a fresher taste, apparently it will be able to absorb more of the nutrients for the macho leaf inside.
This Cup is what you will fill with water and the macho powder will be falling in as it whisks.
You just point to the line.
There are magnets at the base that will move the WISC really fast.
And we actually can feel it.
Just slide an lock right in.
I said you want to select your strength.
Do you want one shot?
1 12/ and double shot?
I think it's the kind of day where I would like a double shot.
It's very fresh smell.
It almost reminds me of.
Freshly cut grass.
So yeah, it definitely smells as green as it looks.
We can actually see the flakes of powder, but only if you look really close.
It's that's fine.
It will take about 3 minutes maybe, but you don't have to watch it.
It'll beep when it's done.
There you go.
Now it's ready.
That's very frosty.
I've never seen a machine do all the work of Macho team for you, so that's pretty interesting stuff.
That's a good way to treat yourself in machine costs 370$.
So you better like macho.
It does come with a supply of chopped up organic leaves up to 60 cups worth.
There's a starter pack that has instructions and recipes, and packs of matcha in two different quality grades.
There's a premium as the highest quality.
It's very smooth and good to drink.
Straight step down is the signature blend and you could enjoy it on its own, or mix it in drinks.
I think I like to go.
With an iced latte.
Marsha has some unique health benefits.
It has more caffeine, an more antioxidants than you would find in typical green team.
It also has L theanine.
It helps with stress and it changes how your body takes in the caffeine.
So you don't necessarily have that big crash you would get with coffee.
Grinding afresh just keeps more that good stuff in your Cup.
It's really smooth.
I didn't put sugar or honey in this, but off the try that too.
This is my first time making a green tea matcha ice logic.
I think I'm going to like this.
Maintenance is easy.
I would just print this out.
The WISC cops writeoff- really simple to wash.
I notice some very teeny tiny particles of powder kind of scattered around the edge.
So if you could just take a little towel and wipe that away, let's check out what the mill looks like.
You can see that all the extra powder is just waiting for your next treat.
He will want to clean this probably once a month and instruction book has very detailed descriptions of how to take each piece part and snap it all back together so that the mill doesn't get clogged overtime.
I hope you enjoyed our moment together and that you learn something about green tea matcha along the way.
Whenever things get stressful, take a moment to yourself 'cause you deserve.
Thanks for watching.
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