Unflavored Matcha

Where would you suggest I buy unflavored matcha from? I have tried the red leaf flavoreds but wasn’t a huge fan but tries plain matcha and loved it.

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sandra said

I buy mine at hibiki-an.

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ashmanra said

I tried Nuvola and liked it a lot and it is very inexpensive. Kai Matcha Premium is quite good, indeed but much more expensive. I have some arriving tomorrow from Olive Nation that I have high hopes for. I get free shipping every time I order from them somehow, even with small orders. I have purchased vanilla beans from them and they are the highest quality beans I have ever bought, and unbelievably inexpensive. I will post a review when their matcha gets here. Red Leaf has some higher grades of unflavored matcha that might be more up your alley.

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Will be putting in an order with DoMatcha soon, prefer sources such as Aiya, maiko and hibiki-an.

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seule771 said

Try the following:
www.taooftea.com
Their liquid jade flavor profile is that it is sweet, buttery and rich oceanic taste.

www.swansonvitamins.com
Their Matcha Green Tea Powder has a wonderful ‘umami’ as well.

https://shop.aiya-america.com/c/52/matcha-premix
I have yet to try Aiya Matchas but their ceremonial matchas are the finest grade out there.

And as already mentioned hibiki-an is another good source that produces fine matcha.

Thanks for reminder as I will be needing more matcha again.

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How about O-Cha.com ? they seem to have the most variety?

I am planning on ordering from them soon.

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ashmanra said

A few months ago a fellow commented about matcha on here. His company sold really expensive premium matcha, he had videos of making matcha, and they also sold a pitcher that they had especially made, I think by a potter, for making matcha with an aerolatte. Does anyone remember who he was or what company it was? I wanted to look at the pitcher again, and wouldn’t mind having another look at their matcha selections.

Babble said

I’m pretty sure you’re thinking of Breakaway Matcha.
www.breakawaymatcha.com/

ashmanra said

Hoorah! Thank you so much! That is indeed the website I was looking for!

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Thanks for all of the suggestions!

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