Ceremonial Grade Matcha

Because Green Tea Should Be Extraordinary

Wholesale Matcha 1 KG

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Each 1.5g serving is packed with Chlorophyll, L-theanine, Caffeine, and essential nutrients designed to enhance energy and focus without the crash. Enjoy 20 servings of nature's finest, promoting health, vitality, and tranquility.

Choose from our Single Cultivar Okumidori Matcha, which has a mellow and smooth taste, and our Okumidori Yabukita Blend Matcha, which is more robust and bold.

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The best matcha in Australia Excellent!

I have been drinking matcha for a period of time and I can say that this matcha is the best quality.

Patti, Australia

Rich and flavorful!

The aroma of cherry greeted me as I was preparing to make a bowl of matcha. It was slightly and pleasantly more pronounced when I poured a little hot water over the sifted powder to create a paste. When I poured in the remaining water and whisked, I also caught a slight whiff of chocolate. I prepare it as usucha, more to be able to spend extra time (and more sips!) enjoying the matcha than anything else. It is wonderful — full of umami, complex flavors and a rich mouth feel!

Mary, USA

OM(atcha)G!!!

This is the best matcha I have ever tasted. Hot or cold, it has a strong smooth flavour, creamy consistency, the most beautiful shade of vibrant green, and gives me plenty of jitter-free giddy up. I can't drink whatever stuff I was using before I discovered this brand. They do matcha to perfection. Love it. Mean it. Drink it.

Claire, Australia

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The Best Matcha Green Tea Powder from Japan

Only authentic Uji matcha is grown, harvested, and stone-ground in the Kyoto prefecture of Japan. Our tea farm in Wazuka, Kyoto, has been perfecting the art of matcha for over 155 years.

What is Ceremonial Grade Matcha?

Ceremonial Grade Matcha stands out as the highest quality among various matcha green tea grades, celebrated for its exceptional characteristics. Sourced from first spring harvested tea leaves (ichibancha) in Kyoto, this organic Japanese matcha powder encapsulates a rich heritage of craftsmanship.

Picking matcha tea leaves in Kyoto Picking matcha tea leaves in Kyoto

A Tradition Rooted in Excellence

Our Ceremonial Matcha is not just a beverage; it's an experience. It embodies the rich history of matcha, tracing back to the traditional Japanese tea ceremonies. These ceremonies are a symbol of harmony, respect, purity, and tranquility.

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Certified Organic Matcha Powder

We take pride in our JAS organic certificates, a testament to our commitment to quality and authenticity. When you choose our Ceremonial Matcha, you're choosing a product that meets the highest standards of organic farming.

Our tea farms in Kyoto are certified, ensuring that you get nothing but the best organic matcha powder.

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The Art of Making Matcha

From the cultivation of tea plants to the grinding of tea leaves, the process of making matcha is an art. Learn more about how matcha powder is made and immerse yourself in the intricate steps that go into crafting this green gold.

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Perfecting the Matcha Experience

Preparing matcha is a ritual. It's about finding the right balance between water and powder, achieving the perfect froth, and savoring each sip. Discover the steps to make the perfect matcha tea and elevate your matcha experience.

Dive Deeper into Matcha's Rich History

Matcha is not just a drink; it's a journey through time. Explore the history of matcha and understand how this vibrant green powder became an integral part of Japanese culture.

Artwork of ancient Buddhist monk in robes holding a pot of green tea Artwork of ancient Buddhist monk in robes holding a pot of green tea

Join Us in Celebrating Matcha

At Premium Health Japan, we're more than just a brand. We're a community of matcha enthusiasts, dedicated to celebrating the beauty and tradition of matcha. From our tea farms in Kyoto to your cup, we ensure that our organic ceremonial matcha is a reflection of our passion and commitment.

We invite you to experience the true essence of Ceremonial Grade Matcha. Dive deep into its history, understand its significance, and savor its unparalleled taste. Join us in this journey and become a part of the Premium Health Japan community.

FAQs

Ceremonial matcha is packed with antioxidants, particularly EGCG, which can boost metabolism and aid in detoxification. Consuming ceremonial matcha can enhance calmness and alertness due to its L-Theanine content, making it a popular choice for a mindful tea experience.

Ceremonial matcha represents the highest quality matcha powder, made from the youngest tea leaves, providing a smoother and more flavorful experience than culinary grade matcha. Ceremonial matcha is ideal for drinking, while lower grades are commonly used in cooking and baking.

Yes, ceremonial matcha is incredibly healthy. It is rich in antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals. The organic powder of ceremonial matcha helps in detoxification, boosts metabolism, and provides sustained energy. Its high content of EGCG has been linked to numerous health benefits, making it a valuable addition to a balanced diet.

In Japanese, ceremonial matcha is referred to as "ceremonial grade matcha" or simply "ceremonial matcha." It is a premium grade of matcha green tea powder, traditionally used in Japanese tea ceremonies. This authentic matcha powder is made from the finest tea leaves, ensuring a delicate and refined taste.

Yes, you can drink ceremonial matcha every day. However, it's important to moderate your intake due to its caffeine content. A daily serving of 1 to 2 teaspoons of ceremonial matcha is generally considered safe and beneficial for most people. This provides the health benefits of matcha without overconsuming caffeine.

Ceremonial matcha does contain caffeine, but its level is lower than that of coffee. A typical serving of ceremonial matcha has around 30-70 mg of caffeine. The presence of L-Theanine in ceremonial matcha ensures that the caffeine is released slowly, providing sustained energy without the jitters associated with other caffeinated beverages.

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