CEREMONIAL GRADE

Ultra Matcha's highest grade matcha is the perfect choice for your daily moment of self reflection. It's rich taste and velvety texture embodies sweet and nutty notes, ending in a light-bodied aftertaste that will be sure to please your palette.

 
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Our ceremonial grade matcha is rich in flavor and has a robust aroma. It is a vibrant green color and ultra-fine texture. 

Flavor Profile:

Full-bodied with sweet umami undertones

Ingredients:

Japanese tencha leaves

 
 

UNRIVALED EXPERIENCE

With a single cup of our premium ceremonial matcha, you will feel more energized, focused and refreshed than ever before.

SUPERFOOD

A DAILY CUP OF MATCHA FOSTERS A SENSE OF AGILE, SUSTAINED ENERGY AND CALM FOCUS.

SUSTAINABLE ENERGY BOOSTER, OUTSTANDING MENTAL CLARITY, NATURAL BODY CLEANSER

Benefits:

  • Metabolic Support
  • Rich in Antioxidants
  • Induce Calmness
  • Improves Concentration and Memory
  • Boosts Energy
  • Burns Calories
  • Natural Detoxifier
  • Strengthens the Immune System
  • Regulates Cholesterol Levels
 
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Craftsmanship

Only the youngest, most delicate leaves from the top of the tea plant are carefully hand-picked to be used for ceremonial matcha. The process of shading and the careful selection of leaves gives ceremonial matcha its' renowned delicious umami flavor. The slow and deliberate grinding of our matcha tea demands the skillful artisanship of a stone carver and its carefully hand-crafted granite grinding wheels. This process protects the delicate leaves from the burn of a fast grind, which in turn destroys nutrients, robs the tea of it’s bright emerald color and rendering it tasteless.

 

Heritage

Rich in the historic success of Matcha cultivation, the Nishio region of the Aichi prefecture is one of Japan’s best kept tea secrets for it’s tencha. Additionally, we cultivate tencha from Kyoto - also one of the finest locations and widely known as the cultural hub of Japan as well as where most of the largest tea companies in the world harvest their green tea.

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YOUR MOMENT OF ZEN

Primarily associated with the Japanese tea ceremony or Chanoyu, ceremonial matcha has been traditionally used by Buddhist monks, samurais, and emperors to help with meditation and focus. For the discerning matcha connoisseur and epicurean, ceremonial matcha is perfect to be served pure as either usucha (“thin tea”) or koicha (“thick tea”).

 
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