About Matcha, Ceremonial Grade:
From a 100-year-old tea company in the Nishio region of Aichi Prefecture, located deep within the heart of Japan’s main island, Honshu. The region is known for its rich history of Matcha production.
Matcha is ground into a powder from green tea leaves (known as Tencha) using grinding wheel stones. The quality and artisanship of these stones is a key factor in determining the quality of good Matcha. There are less than 50 remaining Masters who still practice this ancient art of stone carving in Japan today. The fine quality of this Matcha is what makes it a “Ceremonial Grade.”
Ingredients: Organic Green Tea Leaves.
30 gr. (1 Oz.) airtight tin.
Creamy, sweet, and rich oceanic taste.
Powdered tea is prepared by whisking the tea powder with hot water until it has dissolved and become frothy. See the links below for further instructions.
|Water Temp °F (°C)||Quantity of Leaf (per 8 oz water)|
|160°F (71°C)||3 scoops with Chashaku / 1 tsp|