Matcha consultant - this is how you find your favorite matcha

June 11, 2016

Matcha Magic offers a variety of Matcha qualities. Here you can find help with the question

DISCOVER MATCHA IN ITS ENTIRE DIVERSITY

Immerse yourself in the diversity of our Japanese organic matcha range, because matcha is not only suitable for drinking straight, but also for preparing delicious mixed drinks, but also for cooking and baking.

MATCHA TEA FOR THE CLASSIC TEA CEREMONY

These Matcha teas come from the sun-intensive Japanese prefectures of Kagoshima and Aishi. Both prefectures are known for the extremely high quality of their organic Matcha teas, which is why we make these teas especially for the pure enjoyment as a koicha (green mocha, in which the tea is infused with approx. 50ml water) or Usucha (better known and milder variant, which is extended with approx. 200ml of water).

    Choose now 3 different quality & taste variations:

        • Matcha samurai: Intense, lovely note and jade green color
        • Matcha Tenno: fresh, soft, slightly sweet note and deep green, balanced coloring
        • Matcha Horizon: soft, lovely note and intense, deep green coloring

        MATCHA TEA FOR THE PREPARATION OF MIXED DRINKS

        These Matcha teas come from the Japanese prefecture of Kagoshima and Aishi and are ideal for the Preparation of hot and cold mixed drinks. You can drink drinks with just 1-2 grams like matcha latte, milkshakes, smoothies and fruit juices give the typical matcha aroma. Through their intense and aromatic taste The following Matcha teas are also suitable for the refinement of dishes.

        Choose now 2 different quality & taste variations:

        • Matcha sticks: Intense, slightly tart note with an appealing green color
        • Matcha gourmet: Aromatic and slightly tart taste nuances with a balanced green color

        MATCHA TEA FOR COOKING AND BAKING

        These Matcha teas come from the Japanese prefecture of Kagoshima and are particularly suitable for use in the kitchen due to their strong and aromatic taste. Even with a few grams, food can be given the typical matcha aroma when cooking and baking.



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