Ceremonial Grade Matcha
"Ceremonial Grade Matcha", 1st Harvest in the spring from Kyoto Japan is one of our highest grade of matcha and naturally 100% pure organic, and comprises of only the sweetest, youngest and most tender tea leaves which are picked from the top of the bush during the "First Harvest" in early Spring.
A favourite among Japan's tea ceremony instructors due to its intense aroma and rich yet delicate taste, Ceremony Organic Matcha 1st Harvest really is a tea fit for a true tea lover.
A complex and aromatic tea with the highest grade of antioxidant, mineral and nutrient qualities available within this Ceremony Organic Matcha truly is in a class of its own with no rivals.
Produced in Japan. Packed in the USA.
Gluten, Dairy, and Soy-free
Rejuvenating and nutritious
Contains up to 30X antioxidants than the average cup of high quality green tea.
Matcha is one of the healthiest forms of green tea, boasting the highest level of antioxidants. During the manufacturing process, the tea leaves (or tencha) are ground into a fine powder to produce matcha; this means that, unlike other teas in which the tea leaf is simply strained, matcha green tea allows the drinker to take in all of the nutrients available—one cup of Matcha tea has the same amount of beneficial antioxidants as ten cups of regular green tea!
- Gluten, Dairy, and Soy-free
- GMO free
- Rejuvenating and nutritious
- Contains more antioxidants than the average cup of green tea
Extremely health beneficial and known to prevent cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, high cholesterol levels, cardiovascular disease, and impaired immune function. Matcha contains a high content of powerful anti-oxidant called EGCG.
Tea n' Joy promise you an authentic, organic tea experience with every cup!
Located in the pristine, mountainous areas of Uji, Kyoto, and Nara, our organic farmland is well protected from all industrial, nuclear, and urban pollution. Surrounded by trees which block out any remaining pollutants or chemical interference, our farms use no chemicals or pesticides. Our products have passed the rigorous inspections of both the USDA and the JAS (Japanese Agricultural Standards), and have been granted with certifications from both. This is an honor that not many other tea companies can boast.
HOW TO STORE
Store in a cool, dry place, away from any products with strong fragrances (spices, detergents, etc) or moisture. A closed-off compartment of your refrigerator (such as the dairy compartment, provided it is unoccupied) is perfect.
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