Kyoto Dew Matcha – Organic Premium Ceremonial Grade from Japan Matcha Green Tea Power – Radiation Free, Non Fillers, Zero Sugar – USDA & JAS Certified Organic 30g (1oz) Tin
CERTIFIED ORGANIC Matcha from Uji, Kyoto, Japan. It is 100% Pure Organic Matcha Powder-Absolutely no fillers.
137 x the ANTIOXIDANTS of Regular cup of Green Tea in one cup of Matcha. Increase Focus, Enhance Energy & Boost your Metabolism
PREMIUM QUALITY MATCHA – Grown in the Shade, Hand Picked Tea Leaves. Air Dried & Stone Ground to Order. ORIGIN Uji, Kyōto, Japan Kyōto region have the ultimate qualities for matcha cultivation. In fact, Kyōto has long been known as the “Green Tea Capitol of Japan”.
JITTER FREE ENERGY – for 4-6 Hours. Best Coffee Substitute with no CAFFEINE CRASH!
SATISIFACTION GUARANTEED – We guarantee you will be 100% satisfied with our MATCHA. If You’re not happy then We’re not happy. Simply ask us for a Full Refund
GTIN: 764804142129. Best Sellers Rank: See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food. Item Form: Powder. Flavor: Matcha. Package Information: Can. Brand: Kyoto Dew Matcha. Tea Variety: Matcha. Country of Origin: Japan. ASIN: B01FE95IDU. Manufacturer: Kyoto Dew Matcha. UPC: 764804142129. Product Dimensions: 2.4 x 3.2 x 2.4 inches; 2.4 Ounces. Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No.
Specification: Kyoto Dew Matcha – Organic Premium Ceremonial Grade from Japan Matcha Green Tea Power – Radiation Free, Non Fillers, Zero Sugar – USDA & JAS Certified Organic 30g (1oz) Tin
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5 reviews for Kyoto Dew Matcha – Organic Premium Ceremonial Grade from Japan Matcha Green Tea Power – Radiation Free, Non Fillers, Zero Sugar – USDA & JAS Certified Organic 30g (1oz) Tin
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I’ve been recently trying different Matcha powders to see which one is right for me cost and quality wise, so I decided to do a little taste test, and this is my opinion on the 8 that I tested. Note that all are Ceremonial Grade except for Jade Leaf (Culinary Grade) which I’ve been using for cooking and smoothies but included it for comparing color. Cost: Kyoto Dew: $.83/gram Ippodo: $1.37/gram (BEST) Matchabar: $.99/gram Pure Chimp: $.29/gram (WORST) Kenko: $.33/gram Encha: $.65/gram Akira: $.83/gram Jade Leaf (Culinary Grade): $.19/gram Top 4: 1) Ippodo: Hands down the best Matcha I’ve ever tasted, but very pricey to use daily. Sweet, earthy, Intense and complex with an unmatched bright rich green color. This is a special occasion or limited use Matcha for me because of the price. 2a) Akira: The taste is remarkably close to Ippodo but not as complex and has a slight bitterness at the beginning. Sweet, earthy, floral, fresh and complex with a bright rich green color. 2b) Kyoto Dew: A particularly good Matcha that gives a strong herbal and sweet flavor with a subtle bitterness. Sweet, herbal, smooth and slightly complex with an incredible dark (Chlorophyll Dense) rich green color which I love. 3) Encha: A particularly good Matcha but lacks the high complexity of Ippodo and Akira. Mild bittersweet, earthy, nutty, smooth and slightly complex with a bright rich green color. Bottom 3: I didn’t include (Jade Leaf) because it’s Culinary Grade. 7) Pure Chimp: The worst Ceremonial Grade Matcha I’ve tasted. If this is in fact a true Ceremonial Grade Matcha, then it’s not a premium grade. The color, texture, aroma and flavor are on par with Culinary/ Cooking Grade with maybe a slight edge to Pure Chimp in color (see pic) and taste. The price also reflects this. It was by far the cheapest Ceremonial Grade I tested ($.29/gram) and it showed. I see no reason for someone to purchase this product. 6) Matchbar: A decent Matcha, but for the price there are plenty of better options out there (Akira, Encha, Kyoto, Kenko) are all cheaper and better. 5) Kenko: A decent Matcha, but it was very lite with some bitterness that lingered too long. Slightly sweet, grassy, mild bitterness and soft flavor with rich green color. This would be a good start for someone that has never tried Matcha or for someone looking for a softer flavor.Read more
David Moskowitz –
When I was in Japan more than 20-years ago, I was fortunate to participate in the Tea Ceremony. I also learned how to prepare both koicha (thick – used for the Tea Ceremony) and usucha (thin – every day) matcha, something I continued when I returned home. This matcha reminds me more of usucha matcha. It does not have the sweetness, aroma, or taste of koicha. I’ve ordered matcha from Japan for decades; the Kyoto Dew Matcha Powder’s price was cheaper than what I’ve paid for thick matcha. I decided to try Kyoto Dew Matcha Powder based on the many 5-star reviews. It was a mistake! I have every-day matcha that’s about three times the quantity (80 grams versus 30 grams for the Kyoto Dew) for the same price as the Kyoto Dew and has almost the same taste. Summary: the Kyoto Dew Matcha does NOT taste like ceremonial grade, and it’s overpriced for every-day or “house” matcha.Read more
Allyssa Lynn –
I’ve never been a huge caffeine drinker but after moving to NYC, I knew I needed something to kick start my day. Even before the pandemic, I was making matchas in the office because of how great it made me feel, tastes so yummy and has so many nutritional benefits! I personally get very anxious when drinking coffee, it’s so strong it can effect my sleep even if I drink it in the morning. Matcha is wonderful and easy for me to digest that I have no issues with it’s caffeine content. Onto this matcha.. I’ve tried multiple brands from Amazon brands to Cha Cha Matcha brands and this one is THE BEST. I’m very picky about my matcha, I want it to be very green, fresh, full of flavor and definitely the finest grade. I also don’t love when my matcha froths a ton and this one does NOT. You can really tell a difference between organic ceremonial and superior culinary/culinary. If you’re picky like me, get this brand. It does NOT disappoint. I store mine in the fridge to keep it as fresh as possible. Here’s my recipe: Perfect for a 6-8 oz drink: 1-2 tsp matcha powder (more if you like a stronger kick and flavor, for reference, starbucks gives you 3 scoops (6 tablespoons) of matcha in a grande… but I believe it’s culinary grade and also full of sugar) 3-4 oz of milk of choice – I like oat milk with coconut creamer 1/2 cup of very warm water (to blend the matcha, not too hot) 1/2 tsp of vanilla extract Sweetner of choice (I like agave or sometimes no sweetner at all) Steps: 1. Sift matcha in very warm water (This is a gamechanger to get rid of clumps of matcha) in a separate bowl or glass (I find one that is bigger gives better space for the whisk to dissolve it) 2. Blend with either a bamboo whisk or electric whisk 30-60seconds 3. Assemble your glass, add ice, milk and vanilla 4. Top with matcha and enjoy!Read more
I learned about this matcha via the Minimalist Baker blog. She did a review of the best ceremonial and culinary grade matcha teas and this one won first place for ceremonial grade matcha tea. I love matcha and found this tea to have a nice flavor and it was also easy to blend. I highly recommend this brand and will definitely purchase again.Read more
Penguin Fam –
Definitely very small amount, fitsin the palm of your hand, smaller than a fiat. but does last a little bit if you’re only using 1 tsp per morning. Taste is 5/5 star worthy for SURE. I mix with just almond/coconut milk and tastes just like Starbucks only without the price and stupid plastic cup and straw lolRead more