Savoring the Experience:
In Japanese tea ceremonies, it is customary to enjoy a small sweet before sipping matcha, both for the flavor and as a slight buffer to the stomach. Traditional Japanese sweet treats enjoyed with Matcha are known as wagashi. They are typically made from plant-based ingredients such as pounded rice with bean paste known as mochi, pressed sugar candies that melt in the mouth quickly, jellied yokan sweets, wafer-style confections, or sweets made with yams. Get creative and make your own matcha ceremony sweets.
Organic ceremonial Japanese green tea powder.
- 1 tsp Per Cup ~ Mix to a frothy consistency
This tea is a step up from our Everyday Matcha. It is best consumed within a few months of opening, and it is wonderful for sharing with others. If you don't have a matcha set already, check out our teaware section—having a good whisk, bowl, etc. will really improve your matcha's flavor, appearance, and texture!