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Vita Life Brand Matcha Green Tea Powder, 10.58oz.

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About the Product

  • Matcah = Powdered Green Tea in Japanese. Vita Life Brand Green Tea Powder is made with high quality green tea!
  • Green Tea Powder contains nearly 10 times the polyphenols and antioxidants of regular teas, This is the healthiest beverage on the market
  • Approximately 9 times the beta-carotene of carrots.
  • Significantly increases energy (over 8 to 10 hours) without the caffeine "jitters"
  • Fresh new in sealed bag. Product of Taiwan


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Product Description

Healthyway Pure Matcha Green Tea Powder - 10 Oz/bag

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 1.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 10.9 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001F10XUU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (198 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #20,325 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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1,460 of 1,495 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 2, 2011
This product is called "Hunmatsu-RyokuCha," in Japanese, and not the same as "Maccha" or "Matcha."
The translation for Hunmatsu Ryokucha and Maccha are actually the same, green tea powder.
However, the ingredient for Maccha is a special kind of tea called "Tencha," in Japanese, and has unique "Umami."
"Tencha" is grown in the shade in order to prevent the final product from developing certain astringent bitterness, called "Shibumi," in Japanese. There are many kinds of bitterness. i.e. For Maccha, it is not necessary true that bitterness is bad. The 1st grade maccha is the most expensive and the least bitter; so it is good for drinking without adding sugar, at tea ceremony. The 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade maccha is sufficient for cooking/baking/dessert-making/Maccha-Latte-Drink-Making.

The process of producing REAL Maccha is much more complicated and painstaking than Hunmatsu-Ryokucha.
Hunmatsu-Ryokucha is ground regular Sencha Green Tea that are casually served all over Japan in regular household. (Sorry, I am struggling with English.) But one must understand that the kind of tea plants, the way they grow the tea plants, the way they process the tea leaves, are all different, not only in Japan, but also in any countries.

(If you can read Chinese Characters...) Hunmatsu-Ryokucha consists of 4 Chinese Characters, Hunmatsu means powder, Ryokucha means green tea; however, Maccha sonsists of two Chinese Characters. Maccha means special green tea powder intended for tea ceremony. And we, Japanese, don't drink Maccha regularly. Most Japanese don't know a lot about tea ceremony either. (As most Japanese are not martial artists....)

In the United States, Asian Grocery Store sells both Hunmatu Ryokucha and Maccha.
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198 of 207 people found the following review helpful By Courtney on October 11, 2010
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I purchased the matcha powder in hopes to replicate the green tea lattes at starbucks. Starbucks matcha powder contains more sugar than matcha, so i thought Id try creating my own. This product is amazing and tastes exactly like the green tea lattes. I chose not to add a syrup, but it would work very nicely. To have a similar green tea latte like starbucks i use this recipe:

1 cup of hot milk separated (I use skim)
1 teaspoon of matcha powder
3 tablespoons of hot water.
Sugar/Splenda (optional)
Choice of Flavored Syrup (Optional)

First disolve and mix the hot water with the matcha powder. Get all the clumps out before continuing. Then add about 3/4 cup of the milk to the matcha water mixture and mix to completely blend. Using a frother, froth the remaining milk until it resembles a foam. (I also purchased a small travel frother from Amazon) Add it to the top of the latte.

Add sugar/spenda if desired.
Add syrup if desired.
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36 of 40 people found the following review helpful By A. Murphy on August 11, 2009
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This is good stuff. It is basically just the Matcha powder only. There is no sweetner in it so if you make a frappe you can add your own honey, agave or other sweetner. This tea has a nice flavorful delicate taste. It is great Hot or Iced. I put a tablespoon of powder, 1 cup skim milk, 1/4 c frozen raspberries with a couple of ice cubes in my magic bullet blender... pulse it a couple of times and have a nice antioxidant rich treat!
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80 of 99 people found the following review helpful By Kay on October 29, 2008
I did my research and found the Matcha Green Tea Powder and how well this product will help with my health concerns. I read and have proof that it has improved my health and will improve anyones health that will incorporate this fine product into their life. I like a small amount of honey in my tea. Others can find many ways that they will like it. It is worth every penny and more!!! And a plus...I have been drinking it once or twice a day, for alittle over a month and I have lost weight drinking it, feel more alert, no caffeine buzz,(I can't usually tolerate caffeine), my skin and hair has improved and I feel that I have more strength. My husband is now drinking it because he sees the improvement in me and he is starting to feel the difference in his health. We both think we found the green tea that is the best and the one that will make a big difference for the better in our lives. K. 10/29/08
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26 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Henney on February 22, 2012
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Purchased this same product from a different seller 3 months ago. The first product came in a box and was a bright green color, as matcha should be. This product that was shipped to me recently was listed as matcha, but was a dull olive green color, like fermented tea. It tasted terrible and did not mix well like the original matcha I purchased. Very disappointed. I used the same link to purchase the second batch, but a product from Taiwan was shipped and was completly different from the first.
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48 of 59 people found the following review helpful By y1985s on January 21, 2012
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Wrote a review several days ago about the bad packaging and the deceptive photos. The seller contacted me and now, to all my surprise, my previous review is GONE! Absolutely outrageous.

The taste is just average, not paticularly good nor bad. I have to be honest about this. But there are things that are just as important as taste when it comes to food.

The green tea powder arrived in a small aluminum bag with a print-out label sticking to the back. The label looks like it came out of a home-printer. Not enough information are there on the lable, at least not the nutrition information which btw is required by USDA. What's even worse, there is no tin coming with the bag, while the photos clearly show a little green tin. I'd call it deceptive and misleading.

Nevertheless, I would've given it 2 star if the aluminum bag was re-sealable, but unfortunately, it is not. I had to pour all the green tea powder into another tin. Not worth the $$$ I paid.

All are my honest opinions. And please do save this one as my last review magically disappered somehow.
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