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Organic Ceremonial Grade Matcha Powder

1st Flush, Ceremonial-Grade (Top Grade) Japanese Green Tea

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30g Tin
Quantity (Tin) Price per pack (SGD) inclusive GST
Normal 1 28.90
Country of Origin: Japan

Best Before: 01 Nov 2025



Product Description

Nature’s Superfoods Ceremonial Matcha Powder is NOT your typical green tea. Although they come from the same plant Camellia sinensis, Matcha contains much more nutrients than the typical green tea (1 cup of Matcha tea is equivalent to 10-15 cups of typical green tea). Matcha is both a stimulant and a relaxant, providing 4-6 hours of steady energy.


100% Organic Powdered Green Tea Leaves (First Flush/Top Grade)

Organic certifications: JAS

  • Certified Organic
  • Certified Halal
  • Low-GI
  • Non-GMO
  • No Added Sugar, Dairy or Flavor Enhancers
  • Almost Calorie-Free


Our Ceremonial Matcha Powder, premium top grade, comes from the beautiful mountains of the Shizuoka Prefecture in Japan, and is made from first-flush tea leaves (the year's first harvest of young, tender leaves that has the most nutrients and antioxidants). First-flush tea leaves are the finest with 3 times higher amounts of L-theanine amino acid as compared to second-flush tea leaves which are harvested later. L-Theanine helps to relax the mind, reduce anxiety and stress. Combined with the natural caffeine content in matcha, L-Theanine induces a calmer, yet more alert, state of mind without the crash and jitters of caffeine. First-flush Ceremonial Matcha tastes good with very little bitterness, and it is the most nutrient-dense as compared to other lower-grade Matchas. Matcha also contains chlorophyll which helps in detoxification. Additionally, Matcha tea also provides substantial quantities of potassium, vitamin A & C, iron, protein and calcium!

Our Ceremonial-Grade Matcha Is Suitable For

All age groups including elderly people. Children above 12 months old. Pregnant women. Diabetics. Cancer patients. Busy professionals with stressful lifestyles or who need better mental clarity/focus. As an alternative drink to coffee.

Story of Matcha

In the 12th century, Japanese monk Eisai introduced matcha tea to Japan from China, believing in its medicinal benefits. He promoted matcha to Zen Buddhist monks, leading to its incorporation into the traditional tea ceremony. This ceremony is a formalized meditation practice that takes hours to complete, promoting peace and tranquility among participants.

Getting The Real Matcha Deal

Not all Matcha teas are the same. Ceremonial-grade Matcha, the highest quality, is rare to find and primarily used in Japanese tea ceremonies. It boasts subtle "Umami"(plant sweetness) tones and minimal bitterness, making it enjoyable without added sweeteners or dairy.

Certified organic matcha powders may lack the vibrant green hue of non-organic counterparts due to the use of organic fertilizers during shade growth. While organic fertilizers provide nutrients at a slower rate, resulting in slight flavor and color variations, the trade-off for purity is worthwhile, avoiding chemical pesticides and fertilizers. Chemical pesticides not only harm the environment, they carry health risks too according to research.

Nature's Superfoods Matcha Powder undergoes rigorous lab testing for contaminants like heavy metals and radiation, ensuring a product you can trust for its quality and purity.

Botanical name: Camellia sinensis

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Health Benefits

Additional Benefits

  • Promotes relaxation & mental alertness (healthy alternative to coffee)
  • Improves detoxification
  • Help increase metabolism

How To Use

1) Add ½ tsp (1g) of Matcha powder to a small cup or bowl.

2) Add about 150ml of water at about 80 °C.

3) Stir well with a spoon, or whisk (with a bamboo whisk or a milk frother) until frothy. Serve immediately.

Use matcha powder in a variety of recipes from drinks to desserts!

Storage: Best kept refrigerated in original packaging or in a cool place. After opening, consume within 2-3 months.

Should you wish to add Matcha to recipes like Matcha Latte, Matcha cake, etc, we recommend using our Organic Matcha Powder (Culinary Grade - For Recipes).