IE Green Tea compares matcha green tea to regular green tea and offers surprising insights

IE Green Tea aims to answer one of the most common questions asked by green tea buyers ie is regular green tea better than matcha green tea? The results of the latest article are surprising.

Regardless of which green tea brand people buy or which green tea company they trust, one of the most frequently asked questions is whether matcha green tea is better than regular or ordinary green tea. Although both have different names, the main visible difference between the two is that matcha green tea is one powder and the other looks like dried leaves. But what are the other differences beyond that? That blog entry by IE Green Tea states that both types of green teas come from the same Camellia Sinensis plant. But there is a difference in how the two teas are made and then prepared.

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Green tea is generally brewed from the leaves of the Camellia Sinensis plant, while matcha’s powder comes from whole dried leaves that are ground into a fine powder. So what’s better? What should people drink to reap the health benefits of the plant?

The IE Green Tea blog post states that matcha is actually superior to most types of traditional green teas available, especially those that are over the counter. However, the company’s green tea brand isn’t commonplace, which is why it’s become so popular with people who enjoy drinking multiple cups of green tea every day.

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IE Green Tea has a very high content of antioxidants. The tea can be easily mixed with cold or hot water to make a strong yet healthy drink regardless of the user’s taste. Ease of use is what makes green tea such an excellent drink in general. Matcha tea is also high in caffeine, which is why even caffeinated green tea has less caffeine than what you find in matcha tea. That means it’s less addictive. IE Green Tea also sells a line of decaffeinated green teas that have lower caffeine levels than most of their decaffeinated counterparts.

Readers can read the entire article on the IE Green Tea official website at

“Honestly, measuring caffeine levels is very difficult. All green tea, no matter what you want to call it, contains caffeine to some degree. Even so-called decaffeinated varieties contain some caffeine, as there is no way to completely remove caffeine. Any brand claiming otherwise is misleading people. However, our decaffeinated green tea has a greatly reduced caffeine content. According to, caffeinated varieties of green tea have about 63 mg of caffeine per serving, typically around 1.8 grams. However, IE Green Tea’s caffeinated green tea contains only 45 mg per serving.” Said a representative from IE Green Tea.

she added “As you can see, green tea doesn’t contain nearly as much caffeine as other beverages like coffee. So this is something few people should worry about. We have found that our green tea tends to be superior to the matcha tea sold by many other brands. So there is no real reason to spend more on matcha tea powder when you can buy our green tea.”

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About IE Green Tea

IE Green Tea sells a brand of high quality green tea known for its many health benefits. The brand prides itself on selling the best green tea on the market that offers all of the advertised health benefits, at a competitive price.

To learn more about IE Green Tea, its benefits, how the brewing process came about from years of experimentation and partnerships with tea experts, and where the tea comes from (as a note: note that this is an exclusive mountain that provides nutritional rich minerals), visit the website at

IE Green Tea is a green tea manufacturer based in Chicago, Illinois, is the parent company friend tea Texas 8000 Research Forest Dr, The Woodlands, TX 77382 Telephone: 832-656-7759

David Stone is the CEO of IE Green Tea. You can reach him at:


IE Green Tea

707 Skokie Boulevard Suite 100

Northbrook, IL 60062 Tel: (855) 232-3121

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