About Matcha Tea Subscriptions
Why choose a matcha tea subscription?
With a matcha tea subscription you will automatically receive a new package of matcha tea every other month. You also save $3 per order and pay only $2 flat rate shipping. This is a simple convenient way to wake up everyday to a fresh vibrant bowl of matcha tea.
How do I chose more than one tin per order?
If 30g (15-20 servings) is not enough for your daily habit, you may increase the number of tins per order by using the "QTY" field
above. For example, enter "2" to receive 2 new tins of matcha with
every order. This is an excellent option for frequent drinkers, households, roommates and offices.When will I be billed?
Your credit card will be billed the day you sign up for the subscription and then every eight weeks after that.
When will the subscription expire?
Whenever you like. You can cancel at anytime simply by e-mailing
your cancel request to firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 1 877
9+MATCHA (1 877 962 8242.)Can I give a subscription as a gift?
Absolutely. Just fill in the correct shipping address and we will take care of the rest. To set a specified duration to your gift, call 877 962 8242 to set-up your custom plan.
Are subscriptions refundable?
We take great care to send a quality product in a timely manner.
If there is a problem with your order, please contact us to tell us
about it. Unopened packages can usually be returned for a full
Are there any other hidden fees?
No. The order price of your subscription includes all shipping fees.
Questions? Comments? Good Ideas?
Tell us about it. Often Matcha Source customers know a better way
to sell, package and market our teas. If you have an idea for a
service or product you would like to see here, please email your
thoughts to email@example.com.
Matcha Tea Tips
- Once opened store matcha in an air tight, light tight container in the refrigerator
- Use best quality spring or filtered water available to you
- Never use boiling water as this will burn the tea and impart a bitter taste
- Experiment with different amounts of tea and liquid. There are no rules.