Frequently Asked Questions
Where is your Matcha grown?
Our Ceremonial Matcha is grown in on a tea plantation in Uji, Kyoto, the birthplace of tea in Japan. Our Culinary Matcha is grown on farmlands primarily located in the Kakegawa region of Shizuoka, Japan.
What is Matcha?
A finely ground green tea powder, created from the leaves of shade-grown green tea plants.
How can Matcha make me more healthy?
Due to its high levels of Antioxidant Catechins, Theanine and Chlorophyll. Benefits ranging from detoxification to mental improvements have been experienced. (See "Features" section on the homepage of our website)
What is a Superfood?
Nutrient-rich food that contains superior levels of vitamins, and minerals than what is found in traditional everyday foods.
What if I don't like it? Do you have a return policy?
Yes. We call it our Platinum “One Conditional” guarantee. Try our products for up to 30 days and if you are not completely satisfied, you can return for a full refund, all we ask is that you tell us how we can improve upon the returned product for other customers.
What is the shelf life of your Matcha?
2 years unopened
Your ingredient list seems like it is missing something?
That’s because our products contain no additives, or preservatives. Only pure, organic ingredients created by Mother Nature.
What is the difference between the grades of Matcha?
Matcha grades are determined depending on which area of the plant they are picked from. Higher grades (Ceremonial) are developed from the younger top leaves of the plant, while lower grades (Culinary) are created from the more mature and developed leaves.
Does Matcha contain caffeine?
Yes. Approx. 35mg per 1/2 tsp ceremonial matcha blended with 3oz 175 degree water.
Do you have a subscription program?
Yes we do! All of our products are available in multiple subscription options to best suite your needs and your budget, and can be changed at anytime. (See each products detail page for options and discounts)
What does Matcha taste like?
Matcha has a stronger green tea flavor profile. Best described as earthy and grassy. It is considered to be an acquired taste by most, but enjoyed by many. Give it a try!