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      Matcha Culinary Grade

      Origin: Japan
      Estate: Kagoshima Region
      Organic & Kosher

      Japanese Green Tea

      SerendipiTea's certified organic Matcha is Japanese shade-grown tencha (green tea) that is milled to a super fine powder. Perfect for baking & culinary recipes or for making lattes & smoothies. For a great tasting anti-oxidant boost on the run, place 4-5 ice cubes, a teaspoon of our Matcha & 1 cup cool water in your travel cup then shake, shake, shake. Or, in a cocktail shaker add same ratio of cubes, Matcha & water then shake with enthusiasm ~ pour over ice for a delicious, healthy treat.

       In keeping with our GREEN mission, the packing of our organic culinary grade Matcha into resealable opaque bags is done at the tea garden/factory we work with in Japan.

      Unsweetened Matcha Latte Recipe
      *Scoop 1/2 teaspoon of SerendipiTea's Culinary Grade Matcha into an 8 oz. cup or mug.
      *Mix approximately 1 tablespoon of hot water into the Matcha using the back of a spoon or a Matcha whisk (see accouterments), making a smooth paste without lumps.
      *Steam 4-5 oz. cold milk (dairy or non-dairy) until the desired temperature is reached.
      *Add to Matcha & serve.
      *Sweeten to taste if desired.

      • 3.42 oz. (100g) Reseal-able Bag makes approx. 45 cups
      • 1.1 lb. (500g) Bulk Bag makes approx. 175 cups
      • Bulk option (500 g/1.1 lb. bag) with caddy or without caddy.

      See further below for detailed Steeping Instructions

      $22.00 each


      Steeping Instructions

      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 (2 grams or 1/2 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˚ (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.

      6. Enjoy!

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