Organic Japanese Ceremonial Grade Matcha Green Tea Powder
USDA & JAS Organic • Authentic Japanese Origin • Premium, First Harvest from Japan
About the product
- Highest Quality 1st Harvest Ceremonial - Japan's finest Matcha for delicious enjoyment. Treat yourself to this amazing harvest that has tea lovers talking. Relaxing, inspiring, and everything you need to recover from a long day.
- Pure 100% Organic Certified - Approved by USDA and JAS for highest purity, safety, and quality. From Japan's top 1% of tea fields. Never settle for less. Whisk with hot water for immediate enjoyment.
- Smooth Balanced Flavor - Experience the very best of Japanese Ceremonial tea. Bright color and fine texture. Never bitter like lesser brands.
- We Value Your Satisfaction - Love it or your money back. Many people are stocking up with several of this first harvest for weeks of the finest Matcha available. Get yours while we have this limited run in plentiful supply.
Smooth and delicious, the ceremonial grade matcha is the best!
I have been using Matcha since 2010. This Organic Japanese Ceremonial Grade Matcha Green Tea Powder is number one. Four other brands have the same taste. But they can not come closer by price. Aprika is the best.
I've been drinking Usu Cha (thin tea) matcha for several years and like many, I've searched for a decent everyday matcha that won't break the bank. This is one of two or three brands that meet those requirements -- and it's organic. Very nice customer service, too! I stocked up with the 500 gram choice.
Color and taste is so good!...but! There is an information in the container that says " not a significant source of added sugars"...? So, do you add ssomething else to this matcha? Please let me know.
Nice smooth matcha. Decent color, although the batch I got was surprisingly less vibrant green than their regular grade. Very low bitterness, which was pleasant. The overall flavor was toastier than I expected. It reminds me of the flavor of genmaicha. I know different matchas have different flavor profiles, but I prefer the grassy/fresh types. I'm certainly no expert on Ceremonial grade though, so I don't know what it's "supposed" to taste like. I also think this website removes ratings lower than 4 stars, so keep that in mind if you are very particular about your matcha.