Cooking Grade Uji Matcha
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Cooking Grade Uji Matcha

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  • $27 USD
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  • Poids
    314 g
  • Réf.
    1382
  • Grown in
    Uji
  • Year
    2016
  • Aroma
    Medium
  • Color
    Green
  • Type
    Thin
  • Container
    Re-sealable Flat Flexible Packaging
  • Net Wgt
    300 grams
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  • Sandor
    juil. 7, 2017, 01:32
    Exceptional value and the taste is great baked in smoothie or just drink on it is own. I promise, you won’t find better culinary grade matcha for that price, not even in Japan. Much better than most of the low priced so called ceremonial grade matcha you see on sale outside of Japan. Buy with confidence, you won’t be disappointed.
  • Tim Howarth
    juin 22, 2017, 00:56
    Quality cooking grade matcha. Tastes amazing and is a wonderful addition to my smoothie sessions. Fresh and potent.

Product questions

  • Isabelle
    oct. 1, 2017, 11:23

    Hello,
    Is there anything added to the cooking grade matcha, such as sweeteners? I have purchased cooking grade matcha in Japan but both have had sweeteners added to them. I am after a cooking grade matcha that does not have any added powdered milks or sweeteners. Thanks

    Kevin Moore
    oct. 1, 2017, 13:26

    There is not sweeteners added to our cooking matcha, it's just pure matcha with no additives whatsoever.

  • Daniel Husain
    sept. 27, 2017, 17:55

    Hi, I would like to know how the theanine content compares in this matcha against ceremonial grades? With one 2g portion, can one feel the same relaxing effects as with something more expensive?

    Kevin Moore
    sept. 27, 2017, 21:44

    Hello,

    We don't know the exact theanine content of every matcha we carry so it would be hard for me answer this question perfectly. However, I believe the theanine content should still be relatively high, at least compared to powdered sencha due to this is being a shade grown green tea.

  • Andrea Ott
    mars 29, 2017, 00:29

    I know this cooking grade Matcha isn't marked organic, but was wondering what kind of fertilizers are used in growing it. What about pesticides?
    Thanks so much!

    Kevin Moore
    mars 29, 2017, 13:11

    Hello,

    I'm not sure the exact fertilizers used for this particular tea as this varies from farmer to farmer. Regarding pesticides, when used they are not used during the growth phase of the plant but usually during dormancy before new growth has occurred. All Japan grown teas (organic or not) have strict requirements regarding pesticide use and are tested for MRL's (maximum residue levels).

  • Vinda Hardikurnia
    mars 21, 2017, 22:46

    Hello O-Cha!
    I see your cooking grade matcha, and I get very interested in trying it. I love matcha on foods, cakes, smoothies. However, I was wondering, since it is 300gr Matcha, which is considerably a lot, especially if I use it for my personal needs. How do I store it to keep it in good quality? How long can it last until it goes bad? I see how complicated it is to store matcha and keep it fresh. Do you packed them in one big packaging, or pack them in smaller sizes?

    Kevin Moore
    mars 21, 2017, 22:59

    Hello,

    The cooking grade matcha comes in a single re-sealable zip-lock type of bag. If you keep it sealed in a cool place it should last pretty long. Expiration dates are arbitrary, but it should last a good six months without any issues.

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