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I have read that green tea loses its benefits when cold and that it should be drunk within an hour or so of preparation. Is this true? Does this effect Matcha?

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You have to let the tea steep for it to give the antioxidants.
As long as you steep it long enough, you can have it your way. Cold or hot!

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