Sweet Matcha
Sweetened Japanese Green Tea Powder
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Sweet Matcha
Sweet Matcha
Sweet Matcha
Sweet Matcha

Enjoy the enlivening, clean energy of authentic stone-milled Japanese Matcha blended with pure cane sugar.



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The perfect blend of green enlivening

Japanese matcha and sweetness

About this tea

Enjoy the enlivening, clean energy of authentic stone-milled Japanese Matcha blended with pure cane sugar. Our special blend dissolves easily into your favorite barista style drink, hot or cold.

Ingredients

Cane sugar, Japanese green tea. Nutrition Facts: Servings: 10, Serv. size: 1 tbsp (13g), Amount per serving: Calories 50, Total Fat 0g (0% DV), Sodium 35mg (2% DV), Total Carb. 12g (4% DV), Total Sugars 12g (Includes 12g Added Sugars, 24% DV), Protein 0g, Not a significant source of sat. fat, trans fat, cholest., fiber, vit. D, calcium, iron, and potas. *% DV = % Daily Value.

Origin

Shizuoka, Japan


Caffeine Level

Low

Based on a 8oz cup of tea made with suggested steeping method relevant to the tea type. An average cup of coffee contains about 90 – 120 mg / 8oz cup.

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Preparation
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Preparations

Matcha Latte: Warm milk on the stovetop or steam until frothy. Remove from heat. Whisk in 1 Tbsp of Sweet Matcha per 8 oz. of milk.

Iced Matcha Latte: Whisk 1 tbsp Sweet Matcha into 2oz hot water (165°F). Pour over ice and combine with 6oz milk of your choice.

Matcha Lemonade: Whisk 1 tbsp Sweet Matcha into 2 oz hot water (165°F). Combine with the juice of ½ lemon and 6oz cold water. Mix well and pour over ice. Garnish with a lemon slice.

Matcha Smoothie: Whisk 1 tbsp Sweet Matcha into 2oz hot water (165°F). Allow to cool, then mix with your favorite smoothie blend for a vibrant boost.

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Origin

Shizuoka & Kagoshima Prefectures

Japan

The tea growing region located along the streams and valleys of the Abe and Warashina Rivers at the base of Shizuoka’s Southern Alps is a renowned terroir for sencha aficionados with natural micro-climates that are exclusive to the remote inner reaches of the Shizuoka Prefecture. With nearly 800 years of tea farming history, this spectacular tea origin is the highest elevation tea growing region for Japanese sencha and is surrounded by dense mountain forests, clear air, pure river streams and abundant nature.

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