Organic Matcha Latte with Chaga & Davidson Plum 100g Life Cykel Asia
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Organic Matcha Latte with Chaga & Davidson Plum 100g


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Organic Delightful Drink


Enjoy this rich and earthy Organic Matcha Latte that offers a slightly tart, sweet and nutty flavour, infused with Davidson Plum and Chaga for your daily mushroom boost. The perfect alternative morning beverage to bring you pure, clean energy.


Matcha green tea has been traditionally used in Asian cultures as a healing drink for centuries due to its nutritious and revitalising qualities [1]. 

Davidson Plum

The Davidson Plum has long been a traditional “bush tucker” for the Indigenous Australians. It has powerful antioxidant effects and it is also packed full of essential vitamins and minerals. This beautiful crimson coloured fruit is native to the tropical rainforests of Australia [2].


"Diamond of the forest", "nature's black gold", "the gift from god"... just a few of the names Chaga goes. Chaga only grows from birch trees in cooler climates and its appearance is commonly compared to a lump of charcoal but boasts a deep golden colour inside. Chaga contains many bioactive compounds such as inotodiol and betulin. It is one of the most highly regarded fungi and has been traditionally used in many baltic countries for hundreds of years [3].

Directions: Add one tsp (3g) of your Matcha Latte to hot water with your choice of milk and sweetener 

Serving size: One tsp (3g) of your Matcha Latte, once or twice daily

  • ACO Certified Organic
  • Vegan friendly
  • Non-GMO
  • Gluten free
  • Packed in Australia from imported ingredients

Ingredients: Organic Somage Chamillia Matcha Powder, Organic Chaga Mushroom (Extract 10:1), Organic Freeze Dried Davidson Plum.

Storage: Store your delicious mushroom drink in a cool, dry place

The company offers a money-back guarantee if you are not completely satisfied within the first 7 days of receiving it. Customers need to send the full product back to our address at the customer’s cost.


[1] Weiss, D.J. and Anderton, C.R. (2003). Determination of catechins in matcha green tea by micellar electrokinetic chromatography. Journal of Chromatography A, 1011(1-2), pp.173–180

[2] Sakulnarmrat, K., Srzednicki, G. and Konczak, I. (2014). Composition and inhibitory activities towards digestive enzymes of polyphenolic-rich fractions of Davidson’s plum and quandong. LWT - Food Science and Technology, 57(1), pp.366–375. 

[3] Faass, N. (2011). The Healing Powers of Chaga. The Journal of Health and Healing, 35(4), pp.6–11