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DoMatcha Green Tea, Organic Matcha, 1.0-Ounce Tin
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- 1.06-ounce tin
- Cerrtified organic by JONA
- Pure, Premium and ceremonial grade tea
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This is a ceremonial grade Matcha; not cheap. It has wonderful color and flavor. It foams up nicely when you whisk it and it is slightly less bitter than premium grade Matcha. It comes in an resealable can like you see in Japanese homes.
If you want to save money, try premium grade Matchas. Premium grade Matcha is a notch below ceremonial grade Matcha but most people can not tell the difference. It is much less expensive. I suggest Tealyra Organic Japanese Matcha Green Tea Powder; $6.25 per ounce or Dō DōMatcha Summer Harvest Matcha ($11.00 per ounce, two premium grade Matchas I also like.
Since many of the Matcha tea questions on Amazon pertain to radiation contamination of green teas, I thought I'd mention that DōMatcha teas are grown in Kagoshima (700 miles away from the nuclear disaster that occurred in Fukushima) and Uji, Kyoto and (325 miles away from the nuclear disaster that occurred in Fukushima), so radiation is not much of a concern (for me).
Tanoshimu! (Japanese for enjoy)
If you are a lover of matcha or have only just learned of its incredible health benefits, you will find nothing better than DoMatcha Ceremonial Grade tea. This also happens to be the best price I have found for it anywhere.
Pro Tip: Use Kal Pure Stevia Extract Powder -- 3.5 oz to sweeten your matcha. It tastes delicious, and it somehow makes the matcha froth double in volume. No other stevia and no other sweetener works as well as Kal brand. Also, matcha is very fragile! Keep it refrigerated, and do not use dairy with it or it will degrade its antioxidant properties. Enjoy!
DoMatcha is a great buy and you won't regret your purchase.
Note to beginners: Matcha should be made at a lower temperate than most black teas. If you pour boiling water over your matcha powder you're basically roasting it on the spot and altering the flavor. Traditionally, you should boil the water as normal and then allow it to cool for a few minutes (to around 80C/180F) before making your tea. To maintain this lower temperature, you may also want to swirl a bit of the hot water in cups before making tea, so the cups don't chill the tea further before drinking.
There's certainly a good caffeine high- I can see why others claim this product produces exceptional clarity. Part of it is likely the absolute freshness, as you're getting the product at its peak. Someone coming from bagged or even bulk loose-leaf tea is likely to notice the difference. Highly recommended, and certainly only for ceremonial tea- I would never waste this grade of tea making ice cream or lattes as a lower-cost brand would do that job just as well. For making straight tea, without embellishments, this is a top-quality product.
My only question/concern is that when I ordered it from here last month I received the item pictured in the link. However, I just reordered and received a completely different label. The contents appear the same, but I'm wondering if they recently changed their packaging or if I possibly didn't receive the right product...?