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₨800 – ₨4,500
Our Premium Grade Matcha is a high quality Matcha from the most carefully cultivated buds and leaves. Best for Matcha Lattes! Flavor and texture: vegetal, sweet, rich, creamy, wheatgrass, slightly astringent, full-bodied, and frothy.
[ ✓ ] Organically grown
[ ✓ ] Antioxidants
[ ✓ ] Vegan
[ ✓ ] Zero calories
[ ✓ ] Non-GMO
[ ✓ ] Medium caffeine
2 gram = 1 cup
20 Total Servings
Responsibly-Sourced and Hand Picked with Great Skill In Japan.
Matcha is a high-grade green tea ground into a powder form that has a vibrant color, rich in antioxidants.
Best suggested for drinking.
Reasonably high-quality grade in terms of color, smell, taste, and texture.
How To Make Matcha
Matcha is prepared differently from a typical brewed tea and is very easy to make if you have the right tools.
Step 1: Bring 100 mg (about 1/3 cup) filtered or spring water to a boil. Remove from heat and let cool for 2 to 3 minutes.
Step 2: Place 1/2 teaspoon of matcha powder in a small bowl. Add a splash of the hot water and mix with a bamboo whisk to form a smooth paste.
Step 3: Add the remaining water to the bowl and stir with the bamboo whisk, flicking the whisk back and forth, until matcha is incorporated and you get a thin frothy foam on top.
Step 4: Sip, savor, and enjoy.
- If you don’t have a bamboo whisk, use a spoon or small wire whisk—you just won’t get much of the frothy texture traditionally prepared matcha is known for.
- Don’t be tempted to pour boiling water over matcha; you will scorch the ground tea powder and it will become bitter and astringent.
- Use 1/4 cup water for a thicker matcha or 1/2 cup water for a thinner version.
- Replace water with your favorite milk (regular, coconut, almond, soy) for a latte.
- Pour the just-prepared matcha over a glass full of ice for an iced tea version.
Making Matcha Latte