Ceremonial Matcha (100g Bag)

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  • Perfect for making traditional hot tea ("Usu-cha")
  • Excellent for daily drinking
  • A balanced, sweet flavor for tea lovers

Perfect for daily drinking, Aiya's Ceremonial Matcha features a vibrant, jade green color and a mild, natural sweetness. The slight astringency from the tea catechins perfectly balances the sweetness from the L-theanine amino acids, making it ideal for "Usu-cha" or thin tea. One of Aiya's most popular products, Ceremonial Matcha's quality is high enough for formal Japanese tea ceremonies.

100 grams (3.52 oz)

Approximately 50 servings

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  • 5
    Best Quality!

    Posted by Andreina Perez on Oct 12th 2021

    I have been drinking Aiya Matcha for the past year, and its simply the best one!

  • 5
    Smooth slightly sweet matcha

    Posted by Karen on Sep 17th 2021

    Best flavor, authentic, easy to prepare Taste great hot or cold, my fav is a matcha latte with almond milk and a little raw honey

  • 5
    Best Ceremonial Grade Matcha

    Posted by Gia on Sep 13th 2021

    Hands down the best matcha brand, I've been buying from Aiya for 10+ years. Smooth and fresh tasting, never bitter. It's worth springing for the organic ceremonial grade if you can, but this is a great daily matcha.

  • 5
    Ceremonial Matcha

    Posted by Sandra Lane on Sep 10th 2021

    Aiya Matcha is the best Matcha I have tried! I enjoy making a serving every morning, and I use the lovely flowered Matcha bowl I ordered from Aiya.

  • 4
    Ceremonial Grade Matcha

    Posted by Unknown on May 3rd 2021

    Packaged nicely and arrived as promised. The color is a beautiful green. Since it’s from Japan I feel better about the quality vs another item I had purchased elsewhere which kept making the back of my throat coarse and found out it was made in China. Since I drink tea everyday, I want to make sure I’m using high quality tea. The only complaint I have is that even though I used a good amount (enough that makes the green quite dense in color) the taste of green tea was not as strong as I would like to taste.

  • 5
    Best one out there

    Posted by Emily on Feb 14th 2021

    Ever since I started drinking Aiya Matcha I literally cannot stand the other ones I've been drinking. I still have some of the old brands I've used laying around but now that I've been spoiled with Aiya I can only drink the other brands if I mix it in with my oatmilk and some honey, whereas I have my Aiya matcha plain and love it that way! Can't recommend it enough

  • 5
    Save big!

    Posted by Beth on Dec 7th 2020

    I love to save money. Thanks for offering this larger quantity.

  • 5
    Sweet and smooth

    Posted by Yuna Bae on Dec 7th 2020

    This is now my favorite matcha. I drink a cup of matcha every morning- either as tea with water only or sometimes as nondairy latte with collagen powder and cacao butter. Either way it’s so good because there is no bitter taste. Almost feels silky in my mouth. This is certainly part of my every morning ritual.

  • 5
    Smooth, Delicious Matcha

    Posted by Victor on Dec 7th 2020

    After years of trying out various matcha brands, I was so thrilled to come across Aiya and their delicious ceremonial grade matcha at Sprouts. I typically drink unsweetened iced oat milk matcha lattes, and this is one of the best tasting matcha powders I've ever had. It's so good, in fact, that I'm often disappointed when I get matcha from my local matcha shops because the flavor isn't as good.

    After going through the small tins fairly quickly, I was thrilled to be able to order a larger sized bag from their website. The only improvement I could suggest is for the bag itself. Although it is great for shipping, it is messy to use daily, and I feel like I can't get all of the matcha out. To remedy this, I purchased a large metal canister with a mesh sieve online, and store the tin in the fridge for best quality. I do love the fast shipping (Los Angeles), and will definitely be a life-long customer.

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