Seasonal Ceremonial Blend Matcha (40g)

(11 customer reviews)
(11 customer reviews)

A blend made from the spring harvest of 2018 grown in the Chiran region of Kagoshima Prefecture. A complex taste suitable for preparation as usucha or koicha.

$ 23.99 USD

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11 reviews for Seasonal Ceremonial Blend Matcha (40g)

  1. Jimin Choi

    This is really delicious! It has a nice, smooth, silky taste. Tasted like
    earthy, grassy, floral goodness.

    Matcha also has lots of health benefits. Yummy AND healthy

  2. kalig

    5 stars for such an outstanding product.

    Well I must say, that is one smooth matcha tea.

    There are no gritty bits, and it just dissolves seamlessly into water. 5 stars!

  3. Liz


  4. Debs

    Try purchasing one and see for yourself. For just 20 bucks, you get more
    than what you pay for. I was shocked how vibrantly green that powder is. The matcha powder smells amaaaaazing. Smells
    like clean nature lol

  5. Karina

    Great for pre-workout I just wanted to share this with everyone. Recently, i saw some articles that matcha is good for those who workout. So what I do is: in one tsp of matcha, I add a scoop of protein shake and some soy milk. I blend it all up and drink before I hit the gym. I noticed that not only I had better stamina, I also felt like i had better focus and concentration.

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Thanks to our good relationships with a tea blender and a 4th generation tea farm owner in Kagoshima, we are able to bring you the best of Kagoshima matcha at a fantastic price. This blend is not typically exported outside Japan.

This blend comprises leaves grown in the Chiran region of Kagoshima. This is an elevated area near a volcano and the rich fertile soils provide a unique terroir. Many interesting blends can be created from the tea plants grown in the Chiran region of Kagoshima, and the tea plants are shade grown, processed into tencha at modern facilities and only ground into matcha powder right before it leaves Japan for the USA.


40 grams


Chiran, Kagoshima Prefecture



Tasting Notes

Buttery smooth mouthfeel on the first gulp with good umami and almost no bitterness. Very pleasant lingering sweetness with dark espresso notes.

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