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Pantenger Ceremonial Grade Matcha 1 OZ -USDA Organic - High Grad

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Pantenger Ceremonial Grade Matcha 1 OZ -USDA Organic - High Grad

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Product Description

Pantenger Organic Matcha is brimming with powerful antioxidants to detoxify the body, calm the mind, boost the immune system, and burn fat. Drink Pantenger Matcha for healthy-looking skin, sharper focus, and unbeaten stress relief.

Pantenger matcha is sweet and creamy. The L-theanine produced by an excess of chlorophyll gives Pantenger Matcha a sweet taste and fresh "green" aroma.

Pantenger Matcha Green Tea Powder Ceremonial Grade is the highest grade of matcha available in Japan and is used for the Japanese Tea Ceremony. It is organically grown in Kagoshima Prefecture by a ninth-generation family-owned tea estate that has accumulated over 250 years of artisan expertise.

  • USDA Organic certified by OTCO
  • Kosher certified by OU
  • Non-GMO
  • Gluten Free
  • Vegan

Matcha Green Tea powder Ceremonial Grade

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What are the signs of a good quality matcha?

There are five key ways to determine the highest quality of matcha:

Origin: Japan.

Method: tea leaves grown under shade for three weeks before the first flush of spring, leaves are hand picked, veins are removed, then powdered using traditional granite stone mills.

Color: the 20 days of shade force the plant to overproduce chlorophyll, which is what makes the tea a vibrant emerald green. Low quality matcha is pale and yellowish.

Texture: matcha is milled using granite stone mills. The result is a silky texture, with an average particle size of 10 microns (0.01 mm).

Taste: the L-theanine produced by an excess of chlorophyll gives the matcha a sweet taste and aroma of fresh grass. Low quality matcha tends to be bitter and astringent.

What is the difference between Ceremonial Grade and Fine Culinary Grade?

The tea variety or cultivar.

Our Ceremonial Grade is a more complex matcha and contains tea leaves from four different cultivars: Asatsuyu, intense green color and reduced bitterness, Saemidori, described below, Okumidori and Ya-bukita both have an elegant aroma and a strong umami taste.

Our Fine Culinary Grade is 100% Saemidori, which means “clear green,” has a brilliant green liquor. Taste is very good due to its low bitterness and lack of astringency. The amino acid content is the highest of all Japanese cultivars.

How is matcha different from regular green tea?

1 cup of Matcha is equivalent to 10 cups of high quality green tea in terms of health benefits. This is because you are imbibing the actual tea leaves instead of just a green tea infusion, as well as the the high levels of L-theanine produced by the tea when shaded for twenty days.

Organic Matcha

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Brewing a perfect cup:

A great cup of tea requires three elements: great tea, water and a tea master (you). Use the correct dose: 1/3 of a teaspoon is enough to start with. A larger quantity will make your matcha bitter. A well prepared cup of matcha is creamy and sweet. Water: add a little bit of water and whisk until any lumps dissolve (matcha particles are extremely small). Add more water up to 3 FL OZ and keep whisking making W’s, not circles, until it is frothy.

Using the right water temperature (160ºF to 170ºF) will extract the matcha sweet soluble components such as L-theanine. Using a higher temperature will bring a high amount of the bitter and astringent components to your cup such as caffeine and catechins.

The traditional Japanese Matcha bowl, whisk and spoon are desirable but not mandatory to start. If you enjoy Matcha you can then obtain them.

If you are not satisfied with your purchase or your experience of Pantenger Tea for any reason whatsoever, please do let us know and we will refund your order in full. Limited to one unit per customer.

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Matcha health benefits

Source of antioxidants: When growing the leaves that are destined to be ground into matcha, the tea plantation is kept in shade for two to three weeks before the first flush of spring. This absence of light multiplies the amount of antioxidants and polyphenols in the tea leaves. Compared to green tea, matcha contains much more EGCG, a natural antioxidant that combats free radicals which are the main cause of skin aging and inflammation associated with oxidative stress.

Promotes mental alertness and calm: used for more than seven hundred years by the Japanese to hone their focus and stay awake during meditation, matcha contains L-theanine, an amino acid also found in green tea. L-theanine works in two ways, by helping to combat tension and stress and by increasing concentration and focus.

Stronger immune system: the combination of vitamins, polyphenols, EGCG, antioxidants, and L-theanine gives a natural boost to the immune system, helping protect the body from bacteria and viruses.

Weight loss: drinking matcha is a great way of keeping in shape. The combination of antioxidants and L-theanine boosts the metabolism and helps to convert fat cells into energy. Matcha can also help in reduce appetite and increase fat burning during exercise.

About Pantenger

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In perfect harmony with nature and humanity

Our mission is to promote tea culture in the United States and to ensure the best teas are known and accessible on line and from the most renowned supermarkets and grocery stores.

Pantenger teas are sourced from the most respected tea producers. We ensure we pay the closest attention to the quality of the leaves, which is reflected in the aroma and taste of your tea. We also carry out lab tests for harmful substances, and promote farmers’ and factory employee welfare and sustainable farming.

  • Pantenger tins are packed in California in an NSF facility.
  • Our USDA Organic teas are certified by OTCO
  • Our Kosher teas are certified by OU.
  • All our teas are GMO free
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