Matcha is like earth's rocket fuel in powder form. This Organic Japanese Matcha (Ceremonial Grade) is straight from the top-shelf. Smooth and creamy, fit for the Samurai Warrior within! There's plenty of ways to enjoy this matcha whether it's a straight hot or cold brew, in smoothies or as a latte with your choice of milk.
Here's a quick video on how to make a delicious matcha latte:
Grades of Matcha
Not all matcha is created equal, as some matcha is classed as 'culinary grade' and is often used in cooking or baking. The difference in the Ceremonial Grade matcha is that it has a vibrant, 'kermit-like' green colour and it is much sweeter to drink compared to the more bitter, lower grade matcha.
Like green tea, matcha comes from the Camellia Sinensis plant, however, it’s grown differently and has a unique nutrient profile. Farmers grow matcha by covering their tea plants 20–30 days before harvest to avoid direct sunlight. This increases chlorophyll production and boosts the amino acid content.
Can I get Organic Japanese Matcha (Ceremonial Grade) in Australia?
This Organic Japanese Matcha (Ceremonial Grade) Green Tea is available at www.teamate.com.au along with other delicious, pure and potent teas in our product range. It buttery smooth, sweet and ACO certified organic.
Making your matcha latte:
Add 1-2 teaspoons of Organic Japanese Matcha (Ceremonial Grade) powder to your mug.
Add 1-2 teaspoons of organic matcha powder
Add your desired amount of hot water at approximately 80 degrees Celsius. We recommend adding half a mug of water.
Add hot water at 80° celsius
Use a bamboo whisk to stir your matcha until dissolved, a froth may start to form.
Stir with a bamboo whisk
Prepare your milk of choice, froth for the best result and add to your mug.
Prep and add your milk of choice