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Supreme - Organic Japanese Matcha
Supreme - Organic Japanese Matcha

Matcha freshly ground in Germany with an intense, creamy soft aroma without bitterness.

From €41.00 *
Premium - Organic Japanese Matcha
Premium - Organic Japanese Matcha

The classic among our Kagoshima Matchas with a mild and nut-like taste. Freshly ground in Germany.

From €25.80 *
Tekiro - Organic Japanese Matcha
Tekiro - Organic Japanese Matcha

Fresh green and characteristically fine-tart Matcha, freshly ground in Germany.

From €28.80 *
Mantoku - Organic Japanese Matcha
Mantoku - Organic Japanese Matcha

This wonderful green Matcha is one of the rarities of the tea world! Matcha Mantoku is an...

From €34.00 *
Matcha Info Brochure, English
Matcha Info Brochure, English

Overview of the KEIKO Matcha and Kabuse Powder products and background information on the...

€0.00 *

Matcha - freshly milled on site in Germany!

Matcha Mills @KEIKO in DiepholzMatcha is a finely powdered Japanese green tea that is foamed with hot water to make an energising drink.

To this day, this tea is also prepared as part of the Japanese tea ceremony. Because of its intensity and invigorating effect, matcha is also called the "mocha" among green teas. It promotes concentration and at the same time provides relaxation and well-being due to its richness in theanine.

KEIKO Matcha comes from the climatically favoured peninsula of Kagoshima in the very south of Japan. The tea bushes grow in small tea gardens on volcanic rock. Matcha has - similar to chocolate - its very own aroma and flavour, depending on the variety. The KEIKO Matchas invite you to exciting excursions into the realms of the unique, rare matcha teas from Kagoshima, which until now have been considered an insider tip.

At the Shimodozono company site in Diepholz, the matchas are freshly ground - a great advantage in the race against time, because the tea is very sensitive and begins to oxidise as soon as it comes into contact with oxygen. Since the fine powder cannot be packed under 100% vacuum, on-site production represents a considerable freshness advantage.

For real Matcha, only so-called full-shade tea is used according to the traditional Japanese definition. The leaves are dried and broken before grinding so that the fine, lighter leaf tissue can be separated from the heavier leaf parts (stems, leaf veins and veinlets) in a complex process using a draught of air. Only the flake-like leaf tissue (Jap. Tencha) is used in the production of genuine Matcha. Granite mills are used to grind the tea slowly and gently into the finest powder. This produces just 30g of matcha in one hour.

Matcha is a finely powdered Japanese green tea that is foamed with hot water to make an energising drink. To this day, this tea is also prepared as part of the Japanese tea ceremony. Because of... read more »
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Matcha - freshly milled on site in Germany!

Matcha Mills @KEIKO in DiepholzMatcha is a finely powdered Japanese green tea that is foamed with hot water to make an energising drink.

To this day, this tea is also prepared as part of the Japanese tea ceremony. Because of its intensity and invigorating effect, matcha is also called the "mocha" among green teas. It promotes concentration and at the same time provides relaxation and well-being due to its richness in theanine.

KEIKO Matcha comes from the climatically favoured peninsula of Kagoshima in the very south of Japan. The tea bushes grow in small tea gardens on volcanic rock. Matcha has - similar to chocolate - its very own aroma and flavour, depending on the variety. The KEIKO Matchas invite you to exciting excursions into the realms of the unique, rare matcha teas from Kagoshima, which until now have been considered an insider tip.

At the Shimodozono company site in Diepholz, the matchas are freshly ground - a great advantage in the race against time, because the tea is very sensitive and begins to oxidise as soon as it comes into contact with oxygen. Since the fine powder cannot be packed under 100% vacuum, on-site production represents a considerable freshness advantage.

For real Matcha, only so-called full-shade tea is used according to the traditional Japanese definition. The leaves are dried and broken before grinding so that the fine, lighter leaf tissue can be separated from the heavier leaf parts (stems, leaf veins and veinlets) in a complex process using a draught of air. Only the flake-like leaf tissue (Jap. Tencha) is used in the production of genuine Matcha. Granite mills are used to grind the tea slowly and gently into the finest powder. This produces just 30g of matcha in one hour.

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Premium - Organic Japanese Matcha Premium - Organic Japanese Matcha

The classic among our Kagoshima Matchas with a mild and nut-like taste. Freshly ground in Germany.

From €25.80 *
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Supreme - Organic Japanese Matcha Supreme - Organic Japanese Matcha

Matcha freshly ground in Germany with an intense, creamy soft aroma without bitterness.

From €41.00 *
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Mantoku - Organic Japanese Matcha Mantoku - Organic Japanese Matcha

This wonderful green Matcha is one of the rarities of the tea world! Matcha Mantoku is an...

From €34.00 *
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Matcha Info Brochure, English Matcha Info Brochure, English

Overview of the KEIKO Matcha and Kabuse Powder products and background information on the...

€0.00 *
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Tekiro - Organic Japanese Matcha Tekiro - Organic Japanese Matcha

Fresh green and characteristically fine-tart Matcha, freshly ground in Germany.

From €28.80 *
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