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Tealise Ceremonial Matcha Kit with Japanese Organic Ceremonial Grade Stone Ground Matcha Kit Uji Japan

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Tealise Ceremonial Matcha Kit with Japanese Organic Ceremonial Grade Stone Ground Matcha Kit Uji Japan


Use 1 tbs of powder per 250ml of water.

How to taste tea


For the optimum infusion use 85°C <185°F> water.

If you like milk, use water at 100°C <212°F>

Brew time

Infuse for 1 - 3 minutes, tasting regularly.


Sip hot or top with ice for iced tea

Product details

Tealise Matcha Kit Set
Matcha Tea Bowl, Whisk Stand, Bamboo Whisk, Bamboo Scoop, and 25g Organic Ceremonial Grade Matcha from Uji, Kyoto, Japan.
Japanese Organic Ceremonial Grade Stone Ground Matcha Kit from Uji, Japan
This 100% organic ceremonial grade jade-green matcha is made in Uji, Kyoto, Japan, and is made from highly-flavoured variety of tea leaves, stone-ground to silky perfection. 
How It’s Made: 
Matcha comes from the camellia sinensis plant. These green teas were hand-picked from the planation and was sent to the processing center where they would perform high-temperature steaming to retain vivid green color of tea. 

The tea leaves are then stored in a refrigerator. “Aratencha” (unpowdered tea) is taken out of the refrigerator and cut into shapes, and sorted out. The individual grade of tencha is slowly and carefully ground in a millstone to produce fine and high quality matcha. 



1. Measure out 10 ounces of boiling water into a measuring cup and leave it to cool for about 3 minutes until it’s barely too hot to touch (170F-180F)

2. Use the bamboo tea scoop 1-3 teaspoon of our organic Ceremonial Matcha Powder in the bowl.

3. Carefully pour a small amount of hot water over the matcha powder and use the bamboo whisk to start blending. (Using circular motion whisk the tea for smooth cup, zigzag motion for frothy cup of Matcha).

4. Add more water gradually and continue to whisk until the fine, creamy foam appears on the surface of the tea. (Approximately 15-25 seconds.)

5. Drink the matcha directly from the bowl or pour into a small cup to serve, savor, and enjoy!

Matcha Benefit:
We know you work hard every day. Whether you are a student, a corporate employee, or even a wine connoisseur. We utilize our working brains every day and matcha tea can help enchance brain function. Studies suggests that matcha improves attention, reaction time, and memory. 
This set includes:
  • 25g of Ceremonial Grade Matcha Tin
  • Traditional Matcha Tea Bowl (Chawan)
  • Whisk Stand (Chasen-tate)
  • Bamboo Whisk (Chasen)
  • Bamboo Scoop (Chashaku)
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Green Tea Collection

To produce green tea, the fresh tea leaves are carefully placed on large bamboo trays and allowed to dry in the sunlight. The leaves are then placed into small hot roasting pans and quickly moved about. They are continuously rolled into balls and then re-roasted for several hours at a time. This process stops the chemical changes from occurring in the leaf by never allowing it to whither and ferment. By eliminating the fermentation process, the dry leaf retains its green color and natural composition. Green teas vary in shape and size, ranging from twisted, curled, flat, pointed, half-moon crescent and tight pellet shapes.

Black Tea Collection

To produce black tea, the tea leaves are plucked by hand and then left out in the sun until they are pliable enough to be rolled without the leaf splitting. The leaves are then put into a mechanical tumbler and rolled. This process causes the leaves juices to react with the air and then oxidize. The green leaves turn black and are then fired in huge drying ovens to produce the final product. Black tea is the most common tea consumed in this country and is cultivated in China, India, Sri Lanka, Africa and Indonesia. To add a varying taste to black teas, they are oftentimes flavored with bits of fruit or scented with fruit essence.

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