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10th Avenue Tea

10th Avenue Tea
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Shaken & Stirred

Friends and tea-drinkers Ann Foley and Morgan Walsh created a better way to make matcha tea on-the-go. All it takes is a shake and a stir.

Their Made in the USA teas are all-natural, instant powders that come in a shaker bottle. It’s easy to enjoy a cup just about anywhere—hot or cold.

Matcha tea is made from finely ground tea leaves, which is why it’s healthier than many other teas—it’s packed with fiber, antioxidants, and vitamins. Unlike traditional matcha, which requires whipping until it’s frothy, these powders are made with a fast-dissolving blend of pure Japanese matcha and other tea extracts.

Morgan and Ann suffered simultaneous tea fails in different states (over-steeped tea and a stubbed toe dashing a drippy bag to the trash, respectively) that motivated them to make their shakable teas. The result is a more convenient way to enjoy a cup of matcha and its healthy benefits.

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Discovered 11/22/2017

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Maker Story

Shaken & Stirred

Friends and tea-drinkers Ann Foley and Morgan Walsh created a better way to make matcha tea on-the-go. All it takes is a shake and a stir.

Their Made in the USA teas are all-natural, instant powders that come in a shaker bottle. It’s easy to enjoy a cup just about anywhere—hot or cold.

Matcha tea is made from finely ground tea leaves, which is why it’s healthier than many other teas—it’s packed with fiber, antioxidants, and vitamins. Unlike traditional matcha, which requires whipping until it’s frothy, these powders are made with a fast-dissolving blend of pure Japanese matcha and other tea extracts.

Morgan and Ann suffered simultaneous tea fails in different states (over-steeped tea and a stubbed toe dashing a drippy bag to the trash, respectively) that motivated them to make their shakable teas. The result is a more convenient way to enjoy a cup of matcha and its healthy benefits.