MatchaBar is a Brooklyn based matcha cafe launched by brothers Graham and Max Fortgang in 2014. The cafe bottles the drink in ready-to-drink bottles while still using a ceremonial grade tea sourced from a family farm in Nishio, Japan. This week MatchaBar closed an $8 million series A round of funding led by NFL MVP Von Miller and DJ Diplo as well as launched an energy drink, "Hustle". » Read More
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