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  Ceremony Grade Kama Matcha Tea 30g
KAMA MATCHA Ceremony Grade Matcha Tea 30g

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Intense lingering sweet notes. Made of the youngest, most delicate tea leaves. An extraordinary matcha for discerning drinkers suitable for koicha, thick style, tea.

This koicha is exclusively blended for Matcha Source Kama Matcha.

Our Price: $48.00

Yields: 15-20 servings
Recommended Use: tea whisked in a bowl with a bamboo whisk

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Kama Matcha
Ceremony Grade Matcha Tea

Kama Matcha, suitable for koicha thick style tea is masterfully blended for a delicate balance of sweetness and astringent flavors. Made from handpicked, shade-cultivated leaves which are lightly steamed, air dried, de-stemmed and finely ground on centuries-old stone mills.

Kama Matcha, is rich in nutrients and antioxidants, especially the potent and renowned catechin, EGCg. Matcha contains caffeine, which stimulates the body, and amino acids, which relax the mind. A serving provides 3 to 4 hours of mild steady energy. Perfect for focusing on work, meditation or play.

Sift 1 tsp matcha tea into a tea bowl. Add 3 oz hot, not boiling, water (about 180 degrees). Whisk vigorously in a zigzag motion until a light foam covers the tea. Matcha is ready to drink. Adjust proportions to taste.

Why Sift Matcha?

For the same reason bakers sift flour before using. The static electricity in the air encourages powders (be it flour, baking powder, cocoa, etc) to stick together and form clumps. The same is true with matcha green tea powder. Sifting matcha smoothes it out and lets it blend better into your drink or cooking recipe.

About Nishio Growing Regions
We sourced this matcha from the environmentally friendly hillside region of Nishio. In the late 1800's a Buddhist priest introduced the varietal and production techniques of the Uji region used in matcha production. Soon Nishio became a formidable producer of matcha tea.

Japanese Sweets and Matcha
In Japan, matcha is enjoyed in combination with small sweets. Known as Wagashi, these sweets are made from natural, plant based ingredients. Wagashi adds a personal touch to matcha drinking, a chance to express a theme or reflect the change of seasons. Their sweetness, eaten prior to drinking matcha, balances out the flavor of the tea.

Look for Wagashi at Japanese markets. They usually contain some of the following ingredients: azuki beans, kidney beans, soy beans, potatoes, rice flour, wheat flour, sesame seeds and sugar.

Matcha Enthusiast
Read the Matcha Enthusiast Interview with Tea Master Yoshihiro Terazono, from the Urasenke school in New York City.

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My favorite Matcha April 13, 2012
Reviewer: Debbie Bagdasarian from Long beach, CA United States  
Since i tasted Kama Matcha it has become my favorite. I love how smooth it tastes. It warms my stomach and my soul. It gives me the get up and go i need to start my day. I also keep Gotcha Matcha on hand for smoothies. I always receive my order in a very timely manner and Alissa goes out of her way to be helpful. I was so thrilled to find her retail store!

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Can't Live Without It! April 8, 2012
Reviewer: Dana Ewing from Sylvania, OH United States  
As a daily matcha drinker for more than 5 years, I have tried more brands of matcha than I can count.  The Ceremony Grade Kama Matcha from Matcha Source is simply one of the best that I have ever tried.  It is very rich, smooth and creamy.  I simply cannot get through my day without it.  Try it and you will not be disappointed.

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Kama ceremony grade matcha tea April 7, 2012
Reviewer: kathy green from columbus, OH United States  
We all know green tea is good for us. No green tea on the grocery store shelf compares with Kama Matcha ceremony grade.  It's always a special treat for me to measure out the beautiful green powder with the long wooden spoon into the little strainer, and strain it into the pottery bowl.  I add hot filtered water and enjoy a quiet moment sipping this wonderful tea.  It's my time to reflect  and to free myself of the day's stress.  I recommend this to anyone with high expectations of a great quality tea!

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good bye to coffee April 6, 2012
Reviewer: caw from Grand Blanc, MI United States  
At my job I am exposed to many chemicals including formaldehyde and was drawn to Matcha tea because of its antioxidant power. I was also a heavy coffee drinker and thought that I needed it to start and keep me going throughout the day. Now I enjoy one cup of ceremony grade Matcha Tea and have  sustained energy and no more coffee jitters.  I don't even like that taste of coffee anymore.  Thank you for being a great company to work with and for offering such a beneficial product.

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Divine matcha April 5, 2012
Reviewer: Julianne Rowland from Johnson City, TN United States  
I absolutely love Kama Matcha and look forward to my daily cup (or two!). It has a divine, velvety mouth-feel and an incomparable taste -- definitely the best matcha I have tasted anywhere.

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