We have been asked to develop resilience in very challenging times. We have had to develop compassion and unity in the trickiest of circumstances. We have chosen to adapt and use our inner and outer resources to get them to where they needed most. Most of all we have been asked to open our hearts and reach out and truly reflect on the richness of our diversity.So pause a moment and take a deep breath when you are close to a Hawthorn tree today. Or visualise one in your mind's eye.
In part two of our series on Matcha information we look at the characteristics of Matcha, so you can identify it in any situation and make very informed comments about its consistency!
With all the talk about Matcha, it’s hard to not know something about it, but we’ve noticed that not all the facts are straight. Some people seem to have different ideas of where it is from and sometimes even what it is. We’ve decided to keep things informative and teach you a thing or two about Matcha. Click Here