An example of exceptional matcha is Hoku.
If you're new to matcha, we would recommend Kogane (Organic). Balanced, smooth and sweet, it is the best tasting organic matcha on the market.
Simply add 1/2 tsp. of your favourite Bonsai Cha matcha, blend and serve. It is recommended to enjoy ceremonial matcha on its own.
Ceremonial grade matcha is designated for tea that meets the standards to be used in tea ceremonies and Buddhist temples. These teas only use first harvest leaves and great care is taken during the production process. Ceremonial grade matcha can vary significantly depending on the producer and where it is grown. Some ceremonial matcha will still exhibit bitterness or dull flavours. The best ceremonial matcha will have integrated flavours and a rich and creamy texture. Bonsai Cha only selects the top grade leaves to be used in its Superior Ceremonial matcha and is the top of its class.
A high quality matcha is also important to reap the greatest health benefits - it is similar to the quality of the fresh produce or vitamins you purchase. Lower grade matcha may contain fillers, pollutants and heavy metals. Bonsai Cha’s Superior Ceremonial matcha is 100% pure matcha from Japan and ensures you are getting all the intended health benefits in its purest form.
Try Koyo as another addition to your matcha routine.
Matcha has about 70 mg of caffeine, which is the equivalent to a shot of espresso. However, matcha provides clean and focused energy without the jitters you typically experience with coffee. If you are sensitive to caffeine, it is recommended to accompany your matcha with a light snack.