Welcome to the World of Matcha

What is matcha?

Matcha is a vibrant and finely ground green tea powder renowned for its exceptional flavor and health benefits. Unlike traditional loose-leaf green tea, matcha is made by carefully shading tea plants before harvesting, which enhances its chlorophyll content and creates its distinctive deep green color. After harvesting, the leaves are steamed, dried, and ground into a fine powder. This unique preparation method uses the entire leaf, giving it an earthy, umami flavor. It is terrific on its own or as an ingredient in smoothies, desserts, savory dishes, and one of our favorites—the matcha latte. Matcha also comes in different grades based on quality and how they are best suited for various uses.


The finest quality matcha, crafted for Japanese tea ceremonies. Its vibrant green color, sweet flavor, and smooth texture make it ideal for sipping as a pure tea.


Suited for cooking and baking, culinary matcha has a robust flavor and is less vibrant in color. Versatile for various recipes like lattes, desserts, and savory dishes.

the matcha toolkit


A bamboo whisk used to froth and mix matcha powder with water, creating a smooth and creamy tea.


A bamboo tea scoop for measuring and scooping the precise amount of matcha powder needed for brewing.


The traditional matcha bowl used for preparing and enjoying matcha tea, featuring a wide and shallow design.


A fine mesh strainer to sift matcha powder, ensuring a lump-free and smooth consistency in the tea.


A special holder to maintain the shape and integrity of the bamboo whisk by allowing it to dry properly and retain its form.

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Matcha Yamabuki

Our favorite tea for matcha latte

Matcha Yamabuki is a high-grade culinary matcha that is perfect for making matcha lattes, baking, or any other delicate creation.

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How to Make The Perfect Matcha Latte

  1. Add 3 grams of matcha (approx. 1 tsp) to a preheated tea bowl.
  2. Add 50ml of hot water (80°C) and whisk with your bamboo chasen until you have a foamy tea.
  3. Heat 100–150ml barista oat milk (ideally in a milk foamer if you have one); otherwise, you can whisk with a metal whisk until it starts to foam.
  4. Finally, add the heated oat milk to the matcha and enjoy!

We source only the highest quality matcha

We are proud to have a longstanding relationship with one of the finest tea producers in all of Japan. Hoshino-Seichaen was founded in 1946 and has produced exceptional tea for generations. Their tea masters have reached the highest level in their craft and we are happy to be able to share their exquisite selection of tea with you.