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Culinary Grade Matcha Green Tea - 50g Pouch | 100% Authentic Japanese Matcha

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Our Culinary Grade Matcha boasts a captivating, vibrant green colour and a fresh, delicate flavour that lingers on the palate.


Culinary Grade Information:

Shelf Life:  Recommend - 18 Months. Once opened, consume with 30 days.

Net Weight: 50g (1.76oz)

100% authentic Japanese matcha

100% authentic Japanese matcha

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Why Chymey Culinary Grade Matcha?

Sourced directly from Japan

Shade-grown for 3-4 weeks

Precisely stone grounded for a smooth & rich texture

Delightful fresh delicate flavour with a mild, gentle aroma

Contains 10x more antioxidants than green tea

100% pure & additive-free

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Culinary Magic of Matcha

From soothing lattes to revitalising skincare,
Matcha adds a touch of magic to various creations

Matcha Latte

Matcha Latte

Matcha Energy Balls

Matcha Energy Balls

Matcha Face Mask

Matcha Face Mask

Matcha Donuts

Matcha Donuts

Matcha Ice-creams

Matcha Ice-creams

Health Benefits

Reduces stress & anxiety

Reduces stress & anxiety

Increases focus & cognitive function

Increases focus & cognitive function

Helps enhance mood & productivity

Helps enhance mood & productivity

Reduces the risk of heart diseases

Reduces the risk of heart diseases

Aids weight loss

Aids weight loss

Helps enable glowing & healthy skin

Helps enable glowing & healthy skin

Authenticity Check

Authenticity Check

Authenticity Check
<p>Authentic matcha is <strong>made only in Japan</strong></p>

Authentic matcha is made only in Japan

<p>Has a <strong>fine & smooth texture</strong></p>

Has a fine & smooth texture

<p>Should have a <strong>bright green colour</strong></p>

Should have a bright green colour

<p>Has a rich & smooth <strong>Umami Flavor</strong></p>

Has a rich & smooth Umami Flavor

<p>Has a strong <strong>fresh, & sweet smell</strong></p>

Has a strong fresh, & sweet smell

<p>Has a <strong>frothy & foamy layer</strong> when whisked</p>

Has a frothy & foamy layer when whisked

<p>Has a <strong>smooth & silky finish</strong></p>

Has a smooth & silky finish

Matcha Notes

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Taste

  • Mellow vegetal & grassy notes
  • Natural sweet nuttiness
  • Subtle bitterness for balance
  • Fresh and delicate flavour
  • Lingering savoury after taste

Appearance

Vibrant green colour

Aroma

Mild, gentle aroma

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Taste

  • Mellow vegetal & grassy notes
  • Natural sweet nuttiness
  • Subtle bitterness for balance
  • Fresh and delicate flavour
  • Lingering savoury after taste

Appearance

Vibrant green colour

Aroma

Mild, gentle aroma

Brewing Guide

70 ml< 175°F (80°C)1
1

Add 1 tea spoon of matcha powder to 70 ml water (Below 175°F (80°C)

2

Whisk the matcha and hot water briskly with Chasen

3

Use a quick, back-and-forth motion of your wrist

30 sec
4

Continue Whisking for about 30 seconds or until you get a thick froth

5

Enjoy your Usucha Matcha tea

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FAQ’s

What makes Chymey's Matcha special?

Chymey's Matcha stands out due to its authenticity and quality. It's 100% authentic Japanese Matcha sourced from Kyoto, the birthplace of Japanese Matcha.

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