Organic Shizuoka Superior Maccha

Our eternal search for tea that pushes the status quo, we have paired with a new Maccha Garden in Japan.  The Kawane Garden in Shizuoka Prefecture has been growing organic green tea for 13 generations.  The quality of their maccha blew us away in taste tests. With our commitment to them, we achieved very fair pricing for an extremely high quality maccha.  It’s green vibrancy, distinct ‘umami’ and superior freshness will be immediately noticeable as you sip a bowl traditionally prepared or carve that perfect rosette in the bright green foam. We are confident that this is the best maccha for the price available outside of Japan. Maccha lovers rejoice! For over 900 years, Buddhist monks have consumed bowls of stone-ground green tea leaves daily. Stone grinding the young tea leaves into the consistency of talcum powder is a delicate process and yields only an ounce every hour. The Monks have found that ingesting this whole leaf powder provides a brain boost and nutrient punch unlike any other product. It’s health benefits are truly unsurpassed.

(1 customer review)

From: $32.00


About This Tea

Ingredients: Organic stone milled Japanese green tea.
Nuances: Vegetal, umami,  fresh

Steeping Essentials

  • Teaspoon: 1 level
  • 2 oz hot water (<180°F)°
  • Whisk Maccha until smooth
  • Top up with 8 oz steamed milk
  • Storage: Sealed light proof jar/tin in a cool cupboard. Keep away from heat & light sources.
  • Best Before: 6-9 months depending on storage. Optimum freshness in the first 6 months after opening

1 review for Organic Shizuoka Superior Maccha

  1. Derek Brawley

    I purchased the whole kit on this site and used the video link for directions. Simple, delicious and definitely added some style to my morning office culture. I originally ordered just the Maccha and they actually contacted me to make sure I was aware of the process and the required tools. Great service, great experience.

    Whisk it,


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