DoMatcha Green Tea, Organic Matcha, 1.0-Ounce Tin

December 13, 2013 - Comment

Certified organic by JONA (Japan Organic and Natural Foods Association), this premium, ceremonial grade Matcha is the purest and most sustainable way to enjoy the ancient Matcha tradition. Product Features 1.06-ounce tin Cerrtified organic by JONA Pure , premium and ceremonial grade tea Related posts: ORGANIC MATCHA Green Tea Powder – ANTIOXIDANTS – FAT BLOCKER

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Nicole says:

Best Matcha I’ve found so far! I am very into health and will research every product I consume until I am certain it’s worthy. I’ve tried 3 different organic matchas in the past and this is, by far, the best.This is a vibrant green color (very pretty color – especially when made)This is proof that young leaves were chosen and dried properly. The brighter, the better. Some matchas are dull green (dirty pea green color) – these are more of a food grade matcha (for baking, ice creams, etc.). Food grade matchas…

Henri G. Lamont "henri" says:

RESEARCH THIS!!! I have now tried several different Matcha’s. THIS IS THE BEST OF THE BESTI am very sensitive to substances that go into my body. Do your research. I did.I drink Green Tea for the health benefits. I am 61 years old now. My metabolism has slowed. My brain never tolerated caffeine very well. And, I do not want or like to be physically addicted to any drug (caffeine). When I was in Iraq, I drank caffeinate concentrated coffee (1 can of triple shot) per day. When I missed a…

Online Shoper says:

Good matcha for beginners and health conscious If it was my first matcha i would had given it 5 starts but I feel i have to disagree with the majority of reviewers.Its certainly a good quality matcha but i found it lacks aroma and taste compared to other matchas i tried(yuuki-cha, o-cha and ippodo). The taste is very light, almost flat and you have to watch the water temperature as when going over 190 it gets very bitter(never had this problem before). By the way I always preheat my chawan, dry it, sift the matcha, check the water…

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