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Organic Culinary Grade Matcha
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Kyoto Obubu Tea Farms

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Size
4 oz
18 oz
22 lb

Organic Culinary Grade Matcha

Organic culinary grade matcha green tea powder is perfect for cooking, blending into smoothies and baking. This bulk culinary grade matcha has a deep earthy flavor and is sourced from the middle and lower leaves of the matcha plant. Matcha green tea powder was first cultivated by Japanese Zen priests for tea ceremonies where participants prepare matcha green tea in a series of steps to achieve beauty, tranquility, and enlightenment. Matcha green tea is prized for its health-promoting antioxidants, more than any other variety of green tea. 

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Harvest Date:

2020

Kyoto Obubu Tea Farms

About the Supplier: Kyoto Obubu Tea Farms

Location
Kyoto, Japan
Processes
Obubu is the Kyoto slang for tea. Obubu is an agricultural social venture, operating as a non-profit. This organic matcha is certified by the Japanese Agricultural Standard (JAS) and have equivalent USDA and EU organic certification and farmed by Nakai’s family, which has been farming tea for eight generations.

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Matcha (抹茶) is a fine powder made from whole ground tea leaves. Young shoots are shaded for 3-4 weeks, then harvested and dried. The stems and veins are then removed, with the remaining leaves ground into a powder using a stone or ball mill. Traditionally, Matcha is prepared by dissolving the powder in hot water with a bamboo whisk (chasen) to froth into a smooth and creamy texture. Matcha plays an important part in the Japanese tea ceremony, the Sado or “the way of tea”, where tea preparation is used to emphasise beauty, simplicity and tranquility.

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