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  • Organic Ceremonial Grade Matcha Powder - 100g Bag

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    Organic Ceremonial Grade Matcha Powder - 100g Bag

    This ceremonial grade tea is an intense jade green powder with a delicate sweetness, grassy overtones, ad very light astringency. It whisks to produce a creamy froth and is ideal for a morning energy lift or a calming afternoon treat.

    Matcha Benefits

    • Contains L-theanine, which helps relax the body and calm the mind
    • Increases energy for up to 6 hours without caffeine or jitters
    • Full of antioxidants 

    Kenko Organic Matcha Features

    • JAS certified organic
    • Non-GMO
    • Raw and vegan friendly
    • Gluten and dairy-free
    • Tested for heavy metal, pesticide, and radiation

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 67 reviews
    Natalia (Gold Coast, AU)
    Fantastic quality Tea

    We have bought this before and quality always remains high. We enjoy Kenko Matcha Tea

    Indi Y (Adelaide, AU)
    Best Matcha I've tried

    I have a matcha latte every single morning, and am so happy to have discovered Kenko tea. The flavour and colour is spectacular, and I appreciate that the business is Australian. Super quick shipping.
    Thank-you Kenko tea!

    Rumcina Benyamin (Sydney, AU)

    The perfect way to be introduced to matcha. the cerimonial grade is amazing quality, good value, and delicious. I will definitely be ordering again.

    Annemarie Termytelen (Sydney, AU)

    I’m really enjoying my Ceremonial Grade Matcha Powder - it’s delicious!! It has become my everyday routine to make myself a cup and it also makes me feel good. 🙏🏽

    Sonia (Sydney, AU)

    This will be my third brand and the best of the three types of matcha tea 8 have tried. I have learnt a lot from Kenko. Maybe some more information on types of water (filtered) and boiling temperature for those of us without the option to pick 80 degrees. I have played around with boiling points but unfortunately don't get the same consistency as your videos show. I do miss a hot, hot tea but know that I am not ruining my tea.