What is Matcha?
High-grade green tea ground into powdered form and whisked into hot water instead of steeped
The meditative act of preparing, presenting, and sipping matcha is the backbone of the Japanese tea ceremony
The main grades of matcha are Culinary and Ceremonial
Ceremonial Grade Matcha Production
Harima Garden in Uji, Kyoto, Japan
Covering Cultivation & Harvesting
Cooling & Drying
Selecting & Grinding
Highest grade of matcha
Less bitter than culinary grade
IMPORTED FROM UJI, JAPAN
Origin site of green tea
Nutrient-rich soil & favorable weather produce High quality matcha
May inhibit cancer cell growth
Improves the body's ability to burn fat
Strengthens your immune system
Promotes clearer, healthier skin
Helps detox your body
Increase in focus and energy
Enhances mood and wellbeing
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
The concept of powdered tea emerged during the Tang Dynasty (7th-10th Century) in China
Japanese Buddhist Monk Eisai was staying in China during the Song Dynasty (10th-13th Century)
He returned to Japan with the highest quality tea seeds and the Zen Buddhist methods of preparing powdered green tea
DID YOU KNOW?
Despite having caffeine, matcha also has calming effects on the body.