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Pinnacle Matcha products are organic and handcrafted in Australia. Our pure matcha green tea powders are made with highest quality Tencha leaves and come directly from Kyoto, Japan. These leaves are shade grown, hand picked, air dried and stone ground into finest matcha powder which gives natural, bright green color, maximum nutritional value and authentic earthy, grassy or umami flavor to our pure matcha . Our several internationally recognized quality and manufacturing certifications are testament to the perfection and quality of our matcha products.
If you are new to matcha, read the FAQ blog to get started. We aim to provide only reputable research based information. So if you have questions like ‘what does matcha taste like‘, ‘does matcha have caffeine’, ‘how to select premium grade matcha green tea’ and even ‘side effects of matcha‘, then please read our blogs further.
Matcha – Grades
Ceremonial Matcha is the best grade of Matcha in which the young, supple leaves are harvested and veins and stems are meticulously removed before grinding into the fine powder. Hence ceremonial matcha is not bitter and has a subtle, earthy flavor intended to be consumed as green tea.
Culinary Matcha is lower grade of matcha but not necessarily “poor” grade or quality. In Culinary Matcha, stems and veins of leaves are not removed and hence the resulting powder has a more prominent and slightly bitter taste. Culinary Matcha is more suitable for use as ingredient in various recipes such as lattes, shakes, smoothies, cakes, cookies, desserts, etc. where it is mixed with other condiments and used in larger quantities. That is not say the culinary matcha cannot be consumed as green tea as well with a sweetener of choice.
Matcha Green Tea Benefits
Matcha green tea has more nutritional value than normal green tea, even up to 137 times the amount of anti-oxidants compared to some green teas. It can repair damaged cells in the body and prevent chronic diseases. Regular consumption of Pinnacle Matcha can do wonders to your skin, physical health and mental well being. Read about matcha health benefits when compared to standard green tea. Make Pinnacle Matcha part of your daily diet with our pure matcha products – Organic Ceremonial Matcha, Premium (non-organic) Ceremonial Matcha and Culinary Matcha powder. We have also created matcha blends, hand crafted and packaged in Sydney, Australia – versatile, multi-purpose Organic Sweet Matcha, and rejuvenating, detoxifying Organic Matcha Chai Latte.
Matcha Green Tea Blogs and Recipes
The most common questions asked about matcha by beginners What is Matcha? Matcha is basically green tea in the form of very fine powder with…
What are matcha cultivars and how does this influence the taste and flavor of matcha? We discuss this in the context of Japanese matcha tea…
If you like matcha and smoothies or shakes, you will fall in love with this cool and sumptuous matcha latte banana smoothie – a mix…
Matcha powder and green tea in general, have become highly popular as key ingredients in skin care and hair care products, especially in vegan and…
Tencha is the name given to tea leaves which have gone through a series of processes to make them ready to be ground into a…
Hot Matcha + Honey + Lemon drink is one of the most potent and health enhancing drinks you can reward your mind and body with…
Does matcha have any harmful effects? Matcha tea is becoming increasingly popular in cafés around the world. Matcha or any green tea in general, in…
What is matcha latte? Matcha latte is made from two main ingredients – matcha (of course) and latte, which means “milk” in Italian. It can…