Ceremonial Matcha

Regular price $29.95

Bring Zen into your home with the ultimate afternoon pick-me-up. 

Whisk hot or shake cold. Use with a single beverage (water, milk, lemonade). The flavor of ceremonial matcha is delicate, yet rich with umami savory goodness.

Ingredient: 100% Japanese Matcha Green Tea

Caffeine: 35 mg per gram

30 Servings (Month Supply). Store in a cool, dry place. Refrigeration recommended.

  • Non GMO Certified Non GMO
  • Gluten Free NO SUGAR
  • Dairy Free NO CORN
  • Soy Free NO CALORIES

The champagne of green tea.

Historically, most monks have used caffeine (especially in matcha tea) to promote alertness and wakefulness for meditative purposes. Here’s what makes matcha so unique:

  • Optimum Growing
    Tea plants that are to be used for matcha are covered with shade barriers during the last month of growing. The blocks out 95% of the Sun’s UV Rays, causing the plant to produce more amino acid nutrients.
  • Optimum Processing
    Only the youngest tea leaves near the top of the plant are harvested for ceremonial matcha. The leaves are also de-stemmed and de-veined for even better flavor. The leaves are ground into a fine powder by granite mills. The granite absorbs the heat energy from grinding, and keeps the temperature low. This keeps the nutrients intact without burning off the delicate flavor or color.
  • Optimum Consuming
    Matcha literally means “powdered tea” in Japanese. Rather than steeping the leaves and discarding, matcha powder is of such high quality that the leaves are consumed whole. This gives you the most benefit possible from the leaf.

Green Energy

No jitters. No coffee-crash. Matcha provides natural caffeine that's easier on the body.


One cup of matcha contains more antioxidants than 10 cups of regular green tea.

Metabolism Aid

The unique antioxidant EGCG, or epigallocatechin gallate, is known to support metabolism.

Brain Boost

Matcha contains L-Theanine, a rare amino acid shown to promote your focus and calm.

Nothing new here.

Matcha has been consumed in Japan for nearly a thousand years. Its impressive health benefits have just started to reach the Western World in recent years.