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â¶ï¸ Authentic Japanese Matcha; Sourced directly from Uji, Kyoto. There is no "middle-man", which is the reason we are able to provide excellent quality Matcha at better pricing than our competitors. The tea leaves were shade grown for at least three weeks, first harvest and stone ground.
â¶ï¸ 100% Organic; USDA amp; JAS Certified; Japanese Premium Latte (Gourmet) Grade Matcha Green Tea Powder; All Natural, No Sugar, No Fillers, No Preservatives, and Radiation free. Serving Size: 1g or 1/2 tsp.
â¶ï¸ Rich in antioxidants; Matcha is believed to have more antioxidants than any "Super-food".
30g (1 oz)
100g (3.5 oz)
454g (16 oz)
Features of Oishi Matcha (ãããã) by Matcha Konomi
100% pure Matcha green tea powder with no additives or fillers
First harvest gourmet Matcha
Certified organic (USDA and JAS)
Product of Uji (å®æ²»), a small city located in the Kyoto prefecture of Japan
Authentic Japanese Matcha made by strict farming and processing techniques
Shade grown for 3 weeks
Shading prior to harvest will block more than 80-90% of sun light. This traditional step is believed to increase the chlorophyll and L-theanine content.
Carefully selected leaves
This matcha is made exclusively from first harvest leaves. We only use the most delicate and youngest tea leaves from the top of the tea plant. We never use second harvest or older leaves.
Ground to perfection
After removing the stems and veins, tencha will be carefully ground to Matcha. The grinding process is slow enough not to create too much heat that would affect the quality of the powder and damage the flavor.
Fresh Matcha year-round
Our semi-processed leaves are stored in temperature controlled units. Those leaves will be processed and ground to Matcha in small batches as needed, then shipped to the United States every two to three weeks by express air freight. This process allows us to provide freshly ground Matcha through out the year.
We offer a variety of first harvest Japanese matcha powders in different sizes; choose the matcha that is right for you!
Oishi Matcha was developed specifically for creating high-end food items and beverages made with multiple additional ingredients. Compared to "ceremonial matcha", Oishi Matcha will have a stronger green tea flavor that will be easier to surface when mixed with other ingredients. Compared to "culinary matcha", it is of higher quality (first harvest instead of second/third harvest), it will have a more appealing taste (significantly less astringent than "culinary matcha"), and it will give food items a more beautiful color (bright green instead of yellowish-green).
If you are interested in drinking matcha as a tea (with water only) or in an unsweetened/lightly sweetened latte, we recommend using ceremonial matcha like our Akira Matcha or Amaya Matcha. If you are interested in drinking matcha in a strongly sweetened latte or in smoothies, we recommend using Oishi Matcha. If you have already tried drinking "ceremonial matcha" and found yourself to favor a stronger green tea flavor, Oishi Matcha will be a great choice.
Although this tin is supposed to have 30 servings (based on weight), the serving size of one gram (half teaspoon) is based on use in beverages. It is likely to go through the tin significantly faster when used for baking or creating food items.
Frequently Asked Question
What is the shelf life of Matcha? Matcha should be consumed within 12-14 months from grinding, assuming it was properly stored in a cool and dark environment away from heat, light, and humidity. Once package is opened, it should be consumed within one to two months while continued to be stored properly (preferably by refrigeration).
What is the company's policy when setting the expiration date? We set the expiration date 12 months from time of grinding. While Matcha does not "go bad" after 12 months, the quality and flavor are expected to change even with proper storage.
"li"What is the number of servings in the 30g tin? Although this tin is supposed to have 30 servings (based on weight), the serving size of one gram (half teaspoon) is based on use in beverages. It is likely to go through the tin significantly faster when used for baking or creating food items. Please note that the 30 grams of Matcha powder are NOT expected to fill up the tin to the brim; matcha will fill approximately half the can only, and this is normal.
"li"What is the proper storage method? Please store in a cool and dark environment, and keep the bag tightly sealed in fridge after opening it.
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