Matcha Powder

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This shade-grown tea from the tencha leaf is deveined then stone ground into a fine powder. This bright green powder is whipped into water that is heated to just before boiling resulting in a smooth, vegetal sweetness with no astringency.

Try this recipe!
Easy to Prepare Frozen Matcha Latte

Ingredients

• 1 tsp of The Republic of Tea's Matcha Powder
• 1/4 cup warm water
• 3 tsp of The Republic of Tea's Agave Nectar
• 1/2 cup milk or milk alternative
• 1 cup ice cubes

Preparation

• Mix matcha powder with warm water in a bowl.
• Stir until completely dissolved.
• Str in The Republic of Tea's Agave Nectar.
• Add in milk and stir.
• Add ice cubes and blend in a blender until smooth.
• Enjoy Sip by Sip.

More About This Product

CAFFEINE:
On average, Matcha contains less than half the amount of caffeine per cup than in a similar-sized cup of coffee. More about caffeine.

STEEPING INSTRUCTIONS:
Fill the kettle with fresh, filtered water and heat to just short of boiling. Fill matcha bowl or cup with warm water and pour out. Add ½ to 1 teaspoon of matcha powder to bowl or cup. Add 6 oz of steaming water (175°F). Experiment to find your favored strength. Using a tea whisk or a hand frother blend for one to two minutes until the matcha forms a nice top foam. For iced tea, blend ½ to 1 teaspoon to 8 oz of cold water and pour into a glass of ice.

Ingredients

Japanese matcha powder ground from the finest Japanese green tea leaves.

Calories

0

Country of Origin

Japan

What our Citizens are saying about this great gift of the leaf...

  • 4.5 Star

Potential Less-Caffeinated Beverage To Replace Morning Coffee

4 Stars Potential Less-Caffeinated Beverage To Replace Morning Coffee

from TN on wrote:

I am a coffee drinker who liked a cup or bottle of green tea every now and again before I learned of green tea's benefits. I drink it more often now because it is something I like and is a good break for my normal higher-caffeinated coffees. I ordered the Matcha Powder after trying the Double Green Matcha tea bags. I like both. The Matcha Powder is great for mornings at home. The Double Green Matcha tea bags are great for whenever and are more portable if you like to take your tea elsewhere. I made my first cup of tea with the Matcha Powder using 1 teaspoon. For me, 1 teaspoon was too much. Making it with 1 teaspoon resulted in a drink with each sip containing a non-lingering but deep bitterness. The second cup was much better when I made it with ½ teaspoon. Drinkable without any additives like a cup of black coffee but I liked it better with a little honey added. It is a drink with wake-up qualities. It could become a morning coffee replacer.

Love Hot or Cold

5 Stars Love Hot or Cold

from PA on wrote:

Matcha tea Powder has to be whisked very well for the powder to dissolve. I purchased a kit which I do not see with the tin of the powder, organic agave nectar and a battery whisk. Purchased this as a video shown a Green Tea Latte - Yummy. I just recently found a recipe for Iced Matcha Tea. 8oz. cold water Ice cubes 1/2 tsp of Matcha Powder Super fine sugar or Agave Nectar or sweetner of your choice (enough to you liking) Shake in a mixing cup until powder is dissolved - Enjoy! I always drink water throughout the day, but this about 3 times a week and with the warm summer months coming - very refreshing.

Match tea

4 Stars Match tea

from AK on wrote:

I had not heard of Matcha tea before but after researching the tea, thought I would give RofT a try. I love it! I am still learning how to make it and each cup is very tasty. I have more energy and make it again and again.

My Happy Juice

5 Stars My Happy Juice

from NJ on wrote:

I love this tea, it's one of my favorites!! Every afternoon I whip a cup of it. I love it's earthy taste and the lovely green color. After I drink it I feel happy and uplifted, thus, the name happy juice. I recommend it highly. :-)

This was a gift.

4 Stars This was a gift.

from CT on wrote:

I bought this as a gift for my sister's birthday. She's still figuring out the science behind proper preparation, but she seems to like it, and has expressed interest in other Matcha accessories, so Christmas should be pretty simple this year.