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Ceremonial Matcha, 2020


Ceremonial Matcha | "Powdered tea"

Shizuoka, Tuba, Honshu, Japan

This is exactly the tea that is brewed during the Japanese tea ceremony "chanoyu". To produce such tea, the highest quality young tea leaves are used, harvested from April to May. After a long and difficult process of picking and processing, it is ground in stupas. The result is a "powder", which is brewed by whipping it in water.

This tea has a very unusual delicate, creamy texture, sweet and fresh taste. This is a very healthy drink that has retained the maximum amount of vitamins and microelements. This tea is also the record holder for caffeine.

There are many gradations in the quality of Matcha tea, depending on which, tea is either used in the tea ceremony, or in cooking, or in cosmetics. Here is the so-called Ceremonial Matcha, which means that this product is of very high quality, and is intended for a tea ceremony.

Harvest: Spring, 2020

"Such tea requires a special attitude, attention, and brewing skills. The more you put your soul into the brewing process, the more it opens its own for you."

Andrei Ivanov (IPN.LV Tea master)


Due to the special processing of green tea, the maximum amount of beneficial vitamins and micro-elements are preserved in it.

Reasons to drink GREEN TEA

• Strengthens blood vessels.
• Purifies the circulatory system.
• Reduces the risk of heart diseases.
• Improves brain health.
• Fights aging.
• Lowers blood pressure.
• Support weight loss and maintenance.
• Lowers blood sugar levels.
• Prevents tooth decay.
• Fights depression .
• Keep bones strong.
• Anti-viral and anti-bacterial agent.
• Support skin health.
• Prevent cancer .
• Reduces cholesterol levels.



Recommended water temperature: 75 degrees Celsius.

Recommended amount of tea: 2 chasaku (1 tea spoon) in 70 ml water

Recommended brewing method: whipping with a chasen (whisk) until smooth.

In order to properly brew such a tea, you must have at least a chawan (bowl) and chasaku (a special bamboo whisk).

The cooking process is as follows. 1. It is necessary to warm the chawan with hot water, then wipe it dry. 2. Next, it is advisable to sift a portion of the tea through a fine sieve to make the infusion tender. 3. Pour the tea powder with water and then 4. beat the tea thoroughly until smooth and thick foam forms on the surface. It is customary to drink the resulting drink directly from the chawan!

There is a practice of brewing a stronger, thicker Matcha by using twice the amount of tea powder. This infusion is called "koicha".


Recommended teaware: chawan (bowl).

Recommended material: japanese clay.


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