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Our obsession with matcha has led us to create over twenty different ones. From traditional to flavoured and organic—there’s a matcha for everyone.
From Japan to
Our matcha is sourced from the historic tea-cultivating region of Nishio in Japan’s Aichi prefecture. Nishio matcha is considered among the best in the world.
The triple threat
We’ve carefully categorized our beautiful greens into three categories.
Traditional matchas are refreshing, a little sweet and a lot vegetal. Ceremonial is a whole other story. The highest grade you can get, ceremonial matcha is deliciously smooth, delicately sweet and luxuriously creamy.
Our organic matchas are sourced from a certified tea garden. They adhere to strictly-regulated growing processes, which extend to how the ingredients are handled, processed, stored & sold.
From fresh & fruity to rich & dessert-like, our flavoured matchas are made on a base of top-quality traditional Matcha Matsu. Most are sweetened with pure cane sugar or coconut nectar and then infused with natural flavouring for a pop of flavour.
Higher quality grades deliver smoother taste, better mouth feel, and (to be blunt) don’t taste like dirt. The leaves that go into our matchas are shade-grown—for up to 4 weeks—which explains their great taste & signature bright green colour.
Pro tip: If your matcha is anything but bright green, you don’t want it in your mug.
Reap the benefits
of green goodness
Sure, we love the taste—but the list of benefits that come with every sip are off the page.
Matcha contains less caffeine than your average cup of coffee, but provides a more sustained energy release. Just like the turtle vs the hare, right?
It’s the combo of caffeine and L-theanine—a unique amino acid found in tea—that help deliver energy while keeping you calm, cool & collected.
L-theanine is thought to boost concentration too. In fact, Japanese monks have been sipping matcha for centuries to enhance focus during meditation.
Matcha also helps get your metabolism running while pumping your body full of potent antioxidants.
Let’s bust some
false The average cup of matcha generally packs about 20-40 mg of caffeine.
"It takes too long to make."
false With the right tools, you can make your matcha in just seconds.
"You need fancy tools to make it."
false You can make it fancy, sure. But you can skip some steps with a shaker too.
"If you’ve never tried it, you’re missing out."
true Delicious, versatile & packed with benefits—what’s not to love?
There’s no right way,
just the right tools.
It’s all about personal preference. If you’re tradish you’ll prefer a whisk. If you can’t be bothered, go for a frother. Or (our favourite) shake it to make it with a Matcha Maker.
Thank you so matcha!
It is absolutely delicious. Especially during these uncertain times, my morning oat milk matcha latte is what gets me through. Fragrant, versatile and the perfect shade of green.
I always press my matcha through a fine sieve to get out any lumps and use just one rounded matcha scoop for my drink, not 2-3 as the package suggests. This one whisks like a dream and is so creamy, is a gentle sweet grassy flavour and gorgeous vibrant green.
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