DoMatcha, Organic Summer Harvest Matcha Powder, Authentic Japanese Green Tea, Latte Grade, 2.82 oz
Matcha means ‘Ground Tea’ and is the Japanese term for the precious powdered green tea traditionally reserved for the Japanese Tea Ceremony (Sadō). The process of manufacturing premium Matcha begins with choosing the right place for the cultivation of the tea plants (Camellia sinensis). The soil and climatic conditions play a key role in the final flavor and quality of the tea. Mountainous and hilly regions provide the perfect climate and morning mists needed for the cultivation of tea.
The Summer Harvest DōMatcha is handpicked in August; the leaves for Summer Harvest have been on the tea plant longer and render a more astringent flavor. If you are a purist or traditionalist and enjoy your Matcha with just hot water, then the Ceremonial will give you better tasting Matcha. If you are going to use your Matcha in a latte or a blended drink, then you may as well go for value and use the Summer Harvest.
DoMatcha Green Matcha Tea, Summer Harvest (Organic, 30 Grams)
Summer Harvest is ideal for mixed beverages, like a delicious matcha latte with almond milk, or as an addition to a green smoothie.
DōMatcha’s Summer Harvest Organic is harvested in August instead of spring, making this Matcha very high in catechins, rendering an earthier, slightly more astringent flavour. This makes our Summer Harvest Organic Matcha ideal for blended beverages, such as delicious Matcha lattes or refreshing Matcha smoothies.
FULL OF NUTRIENTS AND VITAMINS
Matcha is extremely prone to losing nutrients, color, and freshness by being exposed to light or air, proper storage and packaging is crucial to assure the highest quality.
SMOOTH IN TASTE
Keep Matcha in the fridge, inside the little foil pouch in the tin. Prior to being stone ground into Matcha powder, our Tencha leaves are stored slightly above freezing. DōMatcha is like a raw, living food; keeping it refrigerated will help it stay fresh longer.
FINEST GREEN TEA
Mature leaves are harvested in summer instead of spring.