Green Tea Matcha Tea

Ceremonial Matcha

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Green Tea Matcha Tea

Ceremonial Matcha

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Ceremonial Matcha - Our Ceremonial Grade matcha Our Ceremonial Matcha is a ceremonial grade Japanese green tea ground to a fine green powder. Upon whisking it evokes fresh grassy meadows with an astringent edge and a satisfying jammy sweetness to finish.  This tea is also considered to be crammed full… View more details

Ceremonial Matcha – Our Ceremonial Grade matcha

Our Ceremonial Matcha is a ceremonial grade Japanese green tea ground to a fine green powder. Upon whisking it evokes fresh grassy meadows with an astringent edge and a satisfying jammy sweetness to finish.  This tea is also considered to be crammed full of antioxidants and nutrients. Renowned for it’s reported health benefits as you consume the whole leaf, not just the liquor like other green teas.

Matcha is traditionally drunk hot in Japan by whisking the powder with some hot water.  However, we use it for pretty much everything!  Of course as a tea, but also as tea lattes, in our smoothies, in baking cakes, and even in a pizza with Civerinos! 

Matcha is created from Tencha leaves, which are the finest top two leaves of the camellia sinensis hand picked in early spring. The stalks and veins are removed and they are immediately steamed to stop any oxidation. The leaves are stored in a chilled environment to remain fresh until ready for grinding. The leaves are then hand-ground using stone mills. A very laborious process as each stone mill only produces 30g-40g of matcha per hour.

Brewing…

When it comes to making a Ceremonial Matcha tea, there are a few implements which will help you along the way… Firstly, a Matcha Whisk is crucial to getting the perfect smooth frothy tea. Pair with the whisk stand  to help the bamboo fibres hold their shape. Then there’s a Matcha spoon to measure the perfect spoonful and a dedicated  Matcha bowl  which can be very useful.

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Step 1

Add 1 tsp per 250ml to an infuser or self-fill teabag
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Step 2

Add freshly boiled water to brew at 80°C
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Step 3

Brew for 3 minutes
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Step 4

Pause, rebalance & thrive. Follow a tea routine here.

Tasting Notes

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Dry Leaf

Take a moment to consider the dry leaves: size & shape, colour, texture & smell.
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Wet Leaf

Inhale the aroma of the infused leaves & observe how the appearance has changed.
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Liquor

Pause to examine the brewed tea. Is it bright & clear? What aromas can you smell?
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Taste

Take a sip while breathing normally & observe the taste, aroma and how your body & mind feel.

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