Ceremonial Grade DoMatcha

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160 °F / 71 °C 0 min, 30 sec 8 oz / 251 ml

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  • “Wewt! Got my tin (I was one of the 10 winners) today, and, of course, immediately had to try it despite saying I was going to avoid caffeine for the next few days. What I actually meant when I...” Read full tasting note
  • “Matcha nog! following DoMatcha’s guidelines: “For a more contemporary Matcha-Nog recipe, heat up 6 oz. of readymade Organic Eggnog available at your local natural food retailer, add a dash of...” Read full tasting note
  • “My matcha came today! This is my 1st ceremonial grade matcha so, of course, I had to make koicha!:) 1tsp/40ml hot water. Hmmm… I’ve never had the matcha stay in one glob like wet sand when I add...” Read full tasting note
  • “I got froth! I understand what I was supposed to do now, went out and watched a video. I wasn’t whisking fast enough. Also understand why I thought the color would be lighter. With the froth,...” Read full tasting note

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DōMatcha™ Ceremonial grade matcha is brought to you directly from the Uji region in Japan. Only the finest leaves are selected to guarantee the highest nutritional value as well as a sweet and pleasant flavor. Can be used to make thick or thin Matcha. (Makes about 25 servings.)

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At DōMatcha, we're passionate about bringing health and energy to your day through traditional Japanese matcha. We partner with the talented 16th generation tea master Kazunori Handa to offer premium, authentic matchas from Uji, Japan.

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I bought a single serving of this to try which was 1.5 grams. I sifted the matcha. It sifted easily, perhaps because of the small amount? The colour before whisking was dark green. Whisking produced a good amount of foam. Flavour was good, but not great, in part due to the reduced amount from one package. I used approximately 120 mL of water. Little remained in the cup after drinking. There was a clean finish. Perhaps two single packets might be used. The powder easily left the package as well. In other words it was easy to use.

Cathy Baratheon

I think the Japanese way is 1.8g per 70mL water


Yes, it is, and thicker tea is even less. In general a flat tea spoon and 120 ml max works well for me. I use a bit more water because I like a little more tea to drink. In general, if you get to the point where you don’t have tea left on the sides of the cup then you have found the right amount.


I use a shot glass by the way, because it’s a convenient measuring tool. It can be dangerous though, because it’s hot water.

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I have been wanting to try this for so long. When I first heard of it, I checked the website and it said you could buy it at Whole Foods. Well, none of the ones within two hours of me had it! That was a few years ago. I went in to one on Friday and found it! The price was way too high so it took it to be scanned and found out that they had the wrong price on the shelf.

I usually have one piece of chocolate with my matcha. I have done that two or three times now and I can’t even taste this matcha. I tried it by itself and it is good but not as good as I had thought it would be. It is a little too tame. It was harvested in 2015 and expires 2017 according to the tin. It is smooth, it is creamy, but the flavor is not as pronounced as I would like. I also get much better froth from my Tanabata from Red Leaf and from KaiMatcha Premium.

It is good enough that I would certainly buy it again if I ran out of matcha and wanted some fast, but I will be just as happy with some of the other matcha teas I have found.

My son and his fiancé and my eldest daughter all tried it and liked it and agreed that it is mild and drinkable even for matcha newbies.


Did you ever find the ponzu?


I did! Harris Teeter carries both kinds and I got the lime since it seems to be your favorite! I plan to try it tomorrow. Tanks for the recommendation!


Hmm. This is kind of sad. I’m running low on my matcha and I was going to grab some of this off of amazon. Right now I’m finishing up my Deluxe matcha from rel leaf, which is very floral but kinda harsh, and I was looking for an upgrade. Any suggestions?


The Tanabata matcha is from Red Leaf and I like it a lot. My all time favorite is KaiMatcha Premium, which is sold out at the moment – well, for months now. Happens every year. I liked the one from Zen Tea okay, especially for matcha lattes and at such a low price, it was a good buy. And the DoMatcha wasn’t bad, it was just a lighter taste than I have become accustomed to. You might love it since you felt your last one was too harsh.


They do sell it at Whole Foods.

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Haha and again I haven’t had this tea in ages. I needed a matcha bowl after lunch and a really hard run this morning – it was way too hot than my body is used to for running haha so I burned a lot of energy in this beautiful weather. I also have to do a bunch of yard work today so I need a bit of an energy boost.

For this being 2 years old, it made a surprisingly wonderful froth in the bowl. I whisked it up straight just with water, no additions. I thought the bitterness at the start was from it being old but I see I noted it in the previous review, so might just be the matcha. It is getting creamier near the end of the bowl :) I have been storing this in the foil bag in the tin tightly that I got it in, and in the fridge, so I’m hoping it’s still pretty fresh! Feels good, tastes good. Now off to my flowerbeds. See previous notes on this tea.

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Trying to power through this matcha before I start the Kaimatcha for comparison. Having this made the “traditional” way: two chasaku scoops sifted into a chawan. Added some 175F water to form a paste. Added another 6oz of water and whisked with the chasen.

Not bitter, but has this tongue-coating quality that emphasizes the seaweed-vegetal aspects. Bit of astringency at the end of the sip. As I get to the bottom of the bowl and it’s cooled down that’s when it gets thicker/creamier and a hint of sweetness.

I still prefer the taste of it as a latte, but I enjoy the preparation that goes into the traditional style.

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over priced!

175 °F / 79 °C 0 min, 45 sec

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I love this tea~ I have been drinking DoMatcha once to twice daily now for two years. I believe in it’s benefits as I have Rheumatoid Athritis and use to have a very high cholesterol and triglycerides. After drinking this tea (the only thing different was also Reichi mushrooms) my TG count fell from over 400 to 157!!
It tastes earthy and lovely just by itself. I love the whisking of it….it truly is a wonderful tea!!

170 °F / 76 °C

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