Japanese shade-grown certified organic tencha (green tea) milled to a super fine powder. Perfect for baking & culinary recipes or for making lattes & smoothies.
Add a teaspoon of our Matcha to the water in your travel cup & shake it up for a great tasting anti-oxidant boost on the run. Or add to any chilled tea or water in a Cocktail Shaker, shake with enthusiasm then pour over ice for a beautiful, frothy treat.
*Tin-tie Kraft Bag made of recycled paper & lined with PLA (plant-based material)is packed inside each 4 oz. Tin. Simply empty contents of Kraft bag into tin for storage.
Bulk option (500 gm/1.1 lb. bag) packed with complimentary storage tin.
Our Matcha is from Kagoshima prefecture which is located in the far South-West section of Japan. Following is a link to the live-time radiation map which will reveal levels in various prefectures: http://jciv.iidj.net/map . Roll your mouse over the blue dots on the map, the corresponding prefecture name on the chart will be highlighted. You will see that Kagoshima tea is safe.
Valerie from Mama 's Manna in CT shared her delicious recipe!
Matcha Green Tea Chia Pudding
2 cups hemp or almond milk
2 tbsp agave nectar or maple syrup (optional)
1 tsp vanilla extract
1 tsp SerendipiTea 's Matcha powder
6 tbsp chia seeds
1 cup blueberries
1 cup raspberries
Blend the milk, sweetener, vanilla, and matcha together in a blender till smooth.
Pour the liquid over the chia seeds. Stir thoroughly. Stir again every few minutes for the next fifteen minutes. Then allow the mixture to sit for at least an hour (or overnight, in the fridge).
Stir the mixture once more, and serve with fresh berries.
Makes 2 servings.
Japanese Green Tea
1. Fill kettle with fresh water, then heat.
2. Warm tea cup or bowl with a little hot water, discard. Pour matcha through a fine-mesh sifter into the cup or bowl (one quarter teaspoon per cup), loosening any clumps. For a thicker cup, increase amount of matcha up to one teaspoon.
3. Pour about 2 ounces of water (fill 1/3 cup of cup or bowl) that is approximately 175 degrees (cooler than boiling) over the tea powder.
4. Whisk rapidly in an M or W formation (as if beating eggs) to make a frothy broth.
5. Add about 4-6 more ounces of the heated water.