You’ve probably heard all about mushroom coffee. It’s a new, tasty way to get your daily dose of caffeine, boosted by the exceptional benefits of mushroom powders.
Don’t get us wrong, mushroom coffee has its perks. But have you tried our mushroom matcha yet? This blend takes your regular mushroom coffee and cranks it up a notch with the addition of matcha green tea.
The mushroom extract in our cordyceps matcha tea adds an umami, almost meaty depth to your morning cup of joe. But matcha provides an abundance of antioxidants, amino acids, chlorophyll, and other nutrients not found in mushroom coffee alone.
When you mix matcha and cordyceps mushrooms together, you get the best of both worlds—a creamy, well-rounded cup of tea or coffee that just happens to be really good for you too.
Let us explain why those in the know prefer creamy, dreamy mushroom matcha over basic mushroom coffee.
What Is Mushroom Coffee?
Mushroom coffeeis a blend of regular coffee enriched with powderedmedicinal mushrooms likelion's mane,chaga, cordyceps, and reishi. The mushrooms are dried and ground into a fine powder that can be mixed withground coffeeor added to your favorite hot orcold brew.
Mushroom coffee contains the caffeine ofregular coffeepaired with beneficial compounds from medicinal mushrooms. This way, thehealth benefits of coffee and mushroom powders are boosted and combined. The medicinal mushrooms bring antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, and adaptogenic properties to the table, turning your regular coffee into a nutrient-packed beverage.
Here are some of the key molecules found in coffee that contribute to its proposed health benefits:
- Caffeine acts as a stimulant and is responsible for coffee's energizing effects.
- Chlorogenic acids are polyphenol antioxidants with anti-inflammatory and anti-diabetic effects.
- Diterpenes include bioactive compounds like cafestol and kahweol. They have anticarcinogenic effects.
- Niacin is an essential B vitamin that aids metabolism.
- Cafestol is a diterpene that helps regulate insulin levels.
- Quinic acid has anti-inflammatory effects.
- Ferulic acid is a powerful antioxidant.
Medicinal mushrooms used to enrich the flavor and nutrient profile of your regular cup of joe contain an array of antioxidants, vitamins, and other compounds that make your coffee excel in therapeutic benefits. Cordyceps mushrooms,chaga mushrooms, lion’s mane, andreishi mushrooms contain:
- Polysaccharides like beta-glucans modulate the immune system.
- Triterpenoids have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
- Amino acids are important for muscle and tissue health.
- Ergosterols are precursors to vitamin D with immune-boosting effects.
- Antioxidants like polyphenols counter damaging free radicals and fight oxidative stress.
- Minerals like potassium, calcium, zinc, magnesium, copper, and iron help enzyme function.
While coffee typically tastes like, well, coffee, themushroom extract adds an earthy, rich flavor to this popular energy-boosting drink. Which brings us to one of the main reasons why people choose to spice up their coffee with mushroom magic.
Why Do People Drink Mushroom Coffee?
The unique combo of coffee and mushrooms makes mushroom coffee an appealing choice for those looking to enhance energy, focus, immunity, andoverall health. Some drink it solely for the taste—it’s your favorite coffee but with an upgraded flavor profile.
Here are some other reasons why the potentialbenefits of mushroom coffee make it a trendy health and performance hack:
- For an energy boost: the caffeine provides alertness and focus, while adaptogenic mushrooms provide a sustainedenergy boostwithout the caffeine crash.
- For brain health: mushrooms likelion's mane contain compounds that support nerve growth and brain function. Mushroom coffee is touted to enhance focus, memory, and clarity.
- For immunity: compounds like beta-glucans in medicinal mushrooms help support immune cell health. This means mushroom coffee is much better at fighting infections.
- For anti-aging: the antioxidants in mushrooms fight free radical damage and inflammation, which can help slow aging processes.
- For overall wellness: with potential benefits like increased energy, improved immunity, reduced inflammation, and better brain function, mushroom coffee is a convenient daily health booster.
- For gut health: the prebiotic fiber feeds healthy gut bacteria, supporting digestive health.
How To Prepare Mushroom Coffee
You can enjoy your mushroom coffee hot, iced, or something in between. You can add any milk, sweetener, or spices you like. The flavor possibilities are endless, and so are the ways in which you can make your favoriteshroom coffee.
- You can purchase either pre-ground mushroom coffee or ground dried mushroom powder to add to your regular coffee. Bags of dried mushroom powder likechaga, cordyceps, or lion’s mane are perfect to mix in.
- If you opt for wholecoffee beans, use a quality burr grinder to freshly grind your beans right before brewing. Aim for approximately 1 teaspoon of mushroom powder for every 2 tablespoons of wholecoffee beans. Grind them together for an even distribution. Freshly ground beans maximize flavor and make yourshroom coffee a truly tantalizing drink.
- For those who use pre-ground coffee, simply stir around 1/2 to 1 teaspoon of mushroom powder into your coffee and mix to combine. (Or useinstant coffee. There’s no shame in that.)
- Brew the mushroom coffee mixture using your preferred coffee machine, like adrip coffeemaker,French press, or pour over. Follow the same directions you typically would for the brewing method, but use slightly less ground coffee than normal since the earthy mushrooms provide ample flavor and body.
With these easy steps, you can turn your regular morning brew into a mushroom coffee that provides a kick of flavor and health benefits. Except…
We can do better than that. Let’s crank up your mushroom coffee a notch.
What Is Mushroom Matcha?
Mushroom matcha is a beverage that combines cordyceps mushrooms and matcha. The synergy between them lets you experience the powerhouse combo of antioxidants, energy-boosting compounds, and immune-enhancing properties for full mind-body nourishment.
What Is Matcha?
Matcha is a type of green tea made from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plan—which also makes othergreen teas—that are finely ground into a bright green powder.
The meticulous growing and processing conditions increase the concentration of chlorophyll, antioxidants, amino acids, and other nutrients. This provides high levels of epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), matcha’s potent antioxidant, and an abundance of caffeine and L-theanine.
- Matcha boosts focus and concentration.Matcha contains caffeine and L-theanine, which together providesustained energy and improved mental clarity. L-theanine alone promotes alpha brain waves, inducing relaxation and total mental bliss. Matcha is also a natural nootropic, a “brain–booster” that enhances cognitive performance. Recent studies have shown that natural nootropics, like matcha, can reduce neuroinflammation and protect our brain from toxins.
- Matcha is packed with antioxidants. The EGCG in matcha can help fight free radicals and prevent cell damage.
- Matcha is great for your heart. According to research, EGCG can regulate nitric oxide synthesis, which has direct vascular benefits in the treatment of inflammatory cardiovascular disorders.
- Matcha can boost metabolism and burn calories due to its antioxidant andcaffeine content. The potent antioxidants in matcha are great sources of thermogenesis and fat oxidation. In combination with caffeine, which has serious fat-burning properties, matcha becomes a strong thermogenic agent that can aid the weight management process.
- Matcha exerts calming effects thanks to the presence of L-theanine. This amino acid promotes relaxation and reduces stress, creating an alert yet tranquil state.
If you thought matcha was awesome, wait until you learn what cordyceps mushrooms can do for your health and why the combination of the two is about to become your new favorite functionally fantastic duo.
What Is Cordyceps Militaris?
Cordyceps militaris is a mushroom variety touted in traditionalChinese medicine for its devilish therapeutic and medicinal effects. Cordyceps contains bioactive compounds like cordycepin, adenosine, and many antioxidants that have a number of evidence-based health benefits:
- Cordyceps mushrooms are terrific at boosting energy. They increase ATP production, boost oxygen utilization, and support mitochondrial health to enhance energy levels. A 2020 study found that cordyceps can replenish energy by distributing energy molecules to our cells, while many animal studies show its anti-fatigue properties.
- Cordyceps helps improve cholesterol levels, prevents oxidation of LDL cholesterol, and has antithrombotic effects to support cardiovascular function.
- Cordyceps acts as a natural immunity-booster. Compounds like polysaccharides like beta-glucans modulate the immune system's response. As a result, cordyceps mushrooms are excellent at fighting infections and viruses. A clinical trial revealed that adding cordyceps to your diet can improve immune functioning and protect you from oxidative stress.
- The antioxidants in cordyceps mushrooms fight free radical damage and oxidative stress to combat the effects of aging.
- In traditional Chinese medicine, cordyceps has been used for hundreds of years as a natural aphrodisiac. Some early studies show evidence cordyceps may enhance sexual function and fertility for both men and women.
We can go on and on about the healthbenefits of mushrooms as awesome as cordyceps. But we prefer talking about them as a part of the matcha andmushroom blend.
Try our phenomenal mushroom matcha tea and you’ll never go back to plain coffee mixed with mushroom powders.
How Are Mushroom Coffee and Mushroom Matcha Made?
Both mushroom coffee and mushroom matcha provide an array of nutritive compounds, but there’s another thing that makes ourmushroom blend with matcha stand out.
There are a few reasons why mushroom matcha is considered healthier and potentially superior to most mushroom coffees because of the way these two blends are made:
- Mushroom matcha uses the whole, organic medicinal mushroomfruiting bodiesrather than extracts or mycelium, preserving more nutrients.
- The mushrooms in the shroom coffee are often subjected to harsh extraction processes involving solvents like ethanol to concentrate the active compounds. But this often degrades nutrients and leads to a less potent end product. The hot water extraction we use to create our tea blend avoids harsh solvents that can degrade sensitive compounds in mushrooms.
- Fillers and flow agents are typically added to mushroom coffee brands to improve the mixability of the powder into the coffee grounds. You won’t find unnecessary binders, fillers, or flow agents in Hone’s mushroommatcha tea—just 100% organic mushrooms and matcha in their most bioavailable form.
- The mushrooms and matcha are combined in ratios designed to complement each other.Matcha green tea adds in amino acids, chlorophyll, tea polyphenols, and caffeine for greater overall nutrition, while cordyceps weighs in with its adaptogenic properties that help manage stress and hormone balance—pairing well with matcha's L-theanine content.
The Taste Battle: Mushroom Matcha vs Mushroom Coffee
Here comes the harsh science: our matcha combo with cordyceps may be superior in taste to any regular cup of mushroom-infused coffee out there.
Those who try mushroom coffee for the first time often need time to adjust to the mushrooms’ earthy flavor. While the same could be said for matcha mushrooms (it pains us to admit there are people out there whodon’tlike matcha), the presence of Japanese matcha powder creates a complex yet balanced flavor profile. Many find this more enjoyable and drinkable than mushroom coffee alone.
Some mushroom coffees overdo the rich, loamy flavors, which can border on the unpleasant for some people, especially in the morning, when you want the first thing that touches your tongue to be exquisite and invigorating. With mushroom matcha, every sophisticated sip is a treat—it excels as a pre-workout energizer or post-lunch relaxer.
The vegetal, umami taste of matcha harmonizes beautifully with the deep woodsy notes of the cordyceps. It’s a matcha made in heaven, offering an enchanting interplay between grassy green tea and fungal earthiness.
Or maybe we’re just being biased because we truly love every bit of our cordyceps tea with matcha.
We’ll leave this decision to our customers.
The Caffeine Content in Mushroom Matcha vs Mushroom Coffee
Mushroom coffee generally contains the same amount of caffeine as a regular cup of java, providing that sharp morning jolt of energy. Mushroom coffee carries around 100 mg of caffeine per cup, depending on the beans and brew method. None of the medicinal mushrooms people typically add to their coffee contain anyamounts of caffeine as they don’t contain any caffeine.
This is why mushroom coffee will have the same energizing and often jittery effects as regular coffee does—and why many people choose to replace coffee with something more energizing yet calming. Enter our delicious blend of matcha and cordyceps.
Why Our Mushroom Matcha Is a Much Better Caffeinated Choice
Matcha is a well-known, natural source of caffeine. In fact, matcha contains more caffeine per cup than your regular coffee brew. The caffeine content in matcha varies between 18.9 and 44 milligrams per gram of matcha powder, which can render anywhere from 37.8 and 132 milligrams of caffeine per the recommended daily serving of matcha (2–3 grams).
The reason for the higher concentration of caffeine in matcha may lie in its unique cultivation process.
[Matcha’s caffeine] level may be associated with the time of harvest and age of leaves—the older the leaves, the lower the caffeine content. Caffeine content also depends on tea variety, weather conditions during vegetation, as well as the brewing method... (Kochman, et. al)
According to Kochman, et. al., matcha contains much more caffeine than othergreen teas, including black tea, white tea, and oolong tea. Despite its high caffeine content, moderate and regular consumption of matcha green tea can boost cognitive performance and concentration, improve task performance, attention, and executive function in older adults.
The matcha group showed an increase in the amount of work after continuous intake, whereas the caffeine group only showed an increase in the amount of work for the [Uchida–Kraepelin test] after a single dose. Ingesting matcha with caffeine improves both attention and work performance when suffering from psychological stress compared with caffeine alone. (Baba, et. al.)
But when taken in moderation, matcha doesn’t have those caffeine-induced side effects. Did you forget all about L-theanine?
Matcha’s L-theanine works synergistically with caffeine to produce calm, focused alertness, and a sustained energy boost. This balanced amount is released steadily over 4–6 hours, making you feel energized and alert without overstimulating your senses.
Unlike other caffeinated beverages, matcha has the least potential to make you jittery due to its unique combination of natural molecules that stimulate the central nervous system.
Matcha essentially contains a high amount of caffeine, but if theanine is sufficiently high, the anti-theanine action of caffeine is counteracted… the counteracting effects of caffeine and EGCG against theanine and [arginine] are considered to be important. (Unno, et. al.)
So while the caffeine in matcha stimulates our central nervous system, L-theanine produces feelings of calm and relaxation.
There you have it: another win for our energizing mushroom matcha tea. The best time to drink it? We enjoy a nice cup of matcha mushroom blend earlier in the day, after breakfast or before lunch, to keep us up and running.
Cordyceps contains its own energy-boosting nutrients, which is why we recommend you take your daily dose of cordyceps mushrooms earlier in the day. This way, you can ride the focused energy wave right into a productive afternoon, avoiding any potential sleep disruptions.
Which Blend Offers More Health Benefits?
We can’t say mushroom coffee doesn’t have its perks. If you want a regular, kind of bland cup of coffee to wake you up in the morning and probably give you a crash after a few hours, mushroom coffee is the obvious choice.
We at Hone are only concerned with the obvious quality of the natural, organic ingredients we use to create our nutritious matcha blend with mushrooms. And not just any mushrooms—we’re talking about the superstar of medicinal mushrooms, the adaptogenic Chinese cordyceps. This fragrant fungus complements our premium Japanese matcha beautifully, providing an additional array of antioxidants, amino acids, and nutrients for a more-well rounded health boost.
If you were wondering why our mushroom matcha is way healthier than mushroom coffee, here’s a quick rundown of reasons:
The matcha powerhouse: with impressive antioxidants like EGCG, amino acids like L-theanine, and plant-sourced caffeine, matcha brings an entire trove of unique health benefits not found in coffee or mushrooms alone. Matcha is also rich in chlorophyll, the green pigment with anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.
–Why is our mushroom matcha better? Unless you add matcha powder to your mushroom coffee, you’ll miss out on the extraordinary benefits of this green tea elixir.
The cordyceps powerhouse: cordyceps mushrooms endurance, athletic performance, and focus in a synergistic way when combined with matcha. Cordyceps also increases cellular energy by boosting ATP production and oxygen utilization which helps reduce fatigue during exercise.
–Why is our mushroom matcha better? You can prepare your coffee with organic cordyceps powder, but will it contain the complementary benefits of matcha?
Caffeine and L-theanine for higher sustained energy: only matcha contains this extraordinary combination of L-theanine and caffeine that allows you to power through your day with no jittery spikes and crashes. Besides that, higher amounts of caffeine in matcha help neutralize reactive oxygen species and enhance antioxidant enzyme activity, which helps fight oxidative stress.
–Why is our mushroom matcha better? Let us answer this question with another question: does coffee contain the soothing L-theanine? Do medicinal mushrooms contain L-theanine that balances out the potential jittery effects of caffeine? We rest our case.
A mighty brain-booster: between the caffeine, L-theanine, and antioxidants in matcha and cordyceps, mushroom matcha contains an all-star lineup of compounds that enhance mood, memory, and cognitive function. According to research, cordyceps mushrooms may improve learning and memory by eliminating oxygen free radicals, reducing oxidative damage, and protecting the nervous system.
–Why is our mushroom matcha better at boosting cognitive function? Because it contains the brain-boosting compounds that you simply won’t find in your regular shoom coffee at such perfectly balanced amounts.
Antioxidants galore: the wealth of polyphenols, catechins, and flavonoids in cordyceps and matcha offer way more protection against oxidative stress than your regular cup of joe.
–Why is mushroom matcha’s antioxidant power better than regular mushroom coffee? Because of matcha’s high concentration of EGCG. EGCG has been shown to be over 100 times more powerful than vitamin C or E at neutralizing free radicals. Regular mushroom coffee does not contain EGCG. While medicinal mushrooms have their own antioxidant compounds, they do not rival the free radical scavenging power of EGCG in matcha tea.
Flavor upgrade: let's be honest—rich matcha just tastes better than plain mushroom coffee for most people. When combined, the flavor synergy is undeniably more smooth and balanced.
–Why is our mushroom matcha unparalleled in taste? Because we use only the finest quality matcha and the optimal tea-to-mushroom ratio for a balanced, nuanced flavor. We promise no other mushroom tea or coffee on the market achieves quite the taste heights ours does. One cup and your new favorite drink will completely entice your senses, leaving you wanting for more.
Which is why our 30-serving jar of cordyceps matcha tea is your next best buddy that’ll last you through an entire month of the healthiest morning ritual.
Do You Want to Try the Best Mushroom Matcha Tea?
Hone’s matcha and mushroom blend may just be the healthiest mix of organic ingredients you can find in a cup. Here’s why:
- Ourceremonial gradematcha is sourced from a family-owned farm in Japan. It undergoes careful cultivation and processing to render a smooth, nutrient-densematcha powder bursting with antioxidants, amino acids, and chlorophyll.
- We use cordyceps mushrooms grown on an organic farm in China’s Zhejiang province. This means you get the best type of Cordyceps militaris there is. The farm's patented process maximizes bioactive compounds like beta-glucans and cordycepin while eliminating toxins.
- We combine the highestceremonial grade Japanese matcha with premium Chinese cordyceps to deliver maximum health benefits.
- Hone's mushroom matcha is completely natural, with no additives, artificial ingredients, or sweeteners.
Mushroom coffee simply combines any variety ofmushroom powders with your regular coffee. That’s it; so simple and satisfactory. You can make this beverage within minutes simply by preparing your coffee and addingmushroom powders to it.
As mentioned before, there are other, more complex ways to prepare your mushroom coffee, but here at Hone, we know how valuable your time is. If you don't have time to brew tea, our whisk-and-go mushroom matcha delivers robust ingredients within seconds.
Feel free to useour electric whisk—it only takes seconds to blend up some zen in your morning mug.
Mushroom Matcha FAQ
Do you recommend mushroom coffee or mushroom matcha?
The choice between mushroom coffee and mushroom matcha depends on your taste preferences and desired health benefits. Mushroom coffee blends coffee with extracts like lion's mane or chaga, offering potential cognitive support and antioxidants.
Mushroom matcha combines matcha green tea powder with similar mushroom extracts, providing a unique flavor and potential health benefits. If you ask us, we’re team mushroom matcha all the way.
Is mushroom tea the same as mushroom coffee?
No, mushroom tea and mushroom coffee are not the same. Mushroom tea involves steeping dried mushroom slices or powder in hot water, while mushroom coffee blends coffee with mushroom extracts. Both offer different flavors and potential health benefits.
Is mushroom tea better for you than coffee?
Mushroom tea and coffee offer different benefits. Mushroom tea, such as chaga or reishi, provides potential immune support and antioxidants. Coffee, on the other hand, contains caffeine for an energy boost and its own set of antioxidants. The choice depends on your priorities and preferences.
Does mushroom matcha have caffeine?
Mushroom matcha contains caffeine from the matcha green tea powder. Matcha naturally contains caffeine, so our mushroom matcha blend has a significant amount of it. The caffeine content of our mushroom matcha is higher than in coffee, but don’t worry—the presence of L-theanine balances out those potentially anxious feelings of caffeine.
What is the best mushroom supplement for depression?
In Chinese medicine, reishi mushroom, lion’s mane mushroom, and cordyceps are often considered top choices for addressing depression and promoting improved mood. These functional mushrooms have been traditionally used for their calming and grounding properties, and modern research suggests that supplements with these mushrooms may provide antidepressant effects by modulating neurotransmitters and reducing inflammation.
Are the health benefits of mushroom coffee real?
Mushroom coffee blends, enriched with extracts like lion's mane or chaga, offer potential health benefits. These may include cognitive support, focus enhancement, and antioxidants from both coffee and mushrooms.
Some health claims regarding mushroom coffee, like cognitive enhancement and immune support, are based on the potential benefits of mushroom extracts and coffee's antioxidants. However, more research is needed to fully validate these claims.
What is the difference between mushroom coffee and mushroom matcha lattes?
Mushroom coffee lattes combine coffee with mushroom extracts, potentially providing cognitive support and antioxidants. Mushroom matcha lattes blend matcha green tea powder, mushroom extracts, and milk, offering a balanced combination of caffeine and potential health benefits.
Are shiitake mushrooms healthy?
Shiitake mushrooms are a type of medicinal mushroom. They contain compounds like beta-glucans that are associated with immune system modulation and anti-inflammatory properties.
Shiitake may help boost immunity and reduce inflammation, which contributes to conditions like heart disease. Incorporating shiitake mushrooms as part of an overall healthy diet and lifestyle habits may support general wellness. As a whole food, shiitake can be a nutritious addition to meals for generally healthy individuals.
What's the difference between Turkish coffee and mushroom coffee?
Turkish coffee is a traditional style of preparing and brewing coffee popular in the Middle East. It involves grinding coffee beans to an ultra-fine powder, then simmering the grounds in water and sometimes sugar. This results in a strong, thick coffee with sediment at the bottom.
Mushroom coffee refers to coffee that has powdered mushroom extracts like cordyceps or chaga mixed in. So it contains both coffee and mushrooms. The beans are often brewed normally, but mushroom powders are added to the grounds or brewed coffee to infuse potential health benefits. While preparation methods differ, both aim to provide a rich, robust coffee experience.
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