Known for its brilliant color and sweet, vegetal flavor, Matcha has been enjoyed in Japan for over 800 years. Made from finely powdered green tea leaves, we source our Matcha from a long-established producer in the Aichi Prefecture regularly awarded for quality and consistency.
How to Make Matcha
Although making Matcha at home can feel unfamiliar, it actually takes less time to prepare a cup of ceremonial Matcha than it does to steep any regular cup of green tea. Measure, sift and whisk the perfectly blended beverage with our new Guide to Making Matcha, based on 800 years of Japanese tradition.
Where to Start
To start making Matcha, you’ll need the tea and the tools. Matcha is customarily mixed with a bamboo whisk artfully crafted from a single piece of bamboo. Paired with a locally made ceramic bowl, find all the components you need to whisk up any Matcha drink with our Moment of Zen kit.
More Matcha Recipes
Matcha has become a popular ingredient to cook and create with because its powder form makes it easy to incorporate into several kinds of recipes. Other than a ceremonial Matcha preparation, you can use Matcha powder to make uncommon concoctions like lattes, milkshakes and more.