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Tradition Pure Green Tea Powder, Matcha Tea Powder, Product of Taiwan, 8.8 Oz

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  • 1 Bag, 8.8 Oz (250 Grams)
  • 100% Natural Tradition Matcha Green Tea Powder
  • Make over 50 Cups of tea


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Product Description

Delicious Tradition Green Tea Powder has full of fresh green tea benefits, including great weight loss. Matcha is getting popular in the world now.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001T5GHUM
  • UPC: 935127425682
  • Item model number: aq99
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (368 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,025 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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118 of 121 people found the following review helpful By A. Macnab on February 10, 2014
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I had some Matcha green tea at Tully's and liked it so much that I ordered this tea. I ordered this tea and tried it shortly after it arrived and am sorry to say that it tastes like mud. I'm not sure if there is a quality control issue and there really is a bunch of dirt in the bag, or if the green tea leaves that they grind into powder are just really low quality (dirty) leaves, but this tea is nasty. Don't buy it. I would suggest trying one of the higher end matcha green teas. I know the ceremonial matcha green tea is supposed to be good and the tea I had at Tully's was good, but this is very very bad.
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134 of 142 people found the following review helpful By ackpacket on March 18, 2011
This matcha tastes a little bitter because it's not the highest quality, but it's awsome for MANY things. If you mix up a large batch in cold water and let sit in the fridge overnight, you'll have cold brew matcha with little or NO bitterness. Very smooth flavor when brewed that way. I make about a gallon at a time and when I pour some I add a splash of milk that gives it some substance and really enhances the other flavors. Also it works great for making any type of green tea dessert.

however...

THIS SELLS FOR $5.00 IN THE STORE.

Do not pay 15+6shipping = $21!!!

Hell if you contact me i'd pick some up and send it to you for like 12 bucks.
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104 of 112 people found the following review helpful By Paul D on November 9, 2013
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First I think it should be a requirement for a merchant to display the actual product u are getting. As in what is pictured. If they are too lazy or incompetent to maintain the listing, then is should be removed.

So what i received is a black plastic pouch with no labeling, just an excuse that it is a bulk package.
Who knows what I actually received. Takes awfully bitter, low quality. Will not order from this merchant again.
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64 of 68 people found the following review helpful By P. Edenfield on April 8, 2011
This is good stuff, but I would like to point out that this tea is Taiwanese, not Japanese. As far as I'm concerned, it's just as good as the Japanese and a lot cheaper, but truth in advertising is important.
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33 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Voice Of Q on February 9, 2011
Just picked this up at a local store and had low expectations because it was so cheap. This seems as good as any matcha you would get served at your typical mid-high end sushi restaurant. I give it a 7 out of 10. Great every day matcha.
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67 of 76 people found the following review helpful By PookieThePirate on August 24, 2011
lol, I read that this item was cheaper in stores and almost bought it here.

I am so glad I checked out my local oriental market first.

I bought it for 8 dollars at the Asian store.

Even on eBay this is expensive. It also is not from Japan, it is from Taiwan. Still good.

All you need is 1/2-1 teaspoon for a cup of tea or to put in anything like juice or non-dairy milk (like Rice, Almond or Soy milk). I personally tried 2 teaspoons and I could not sleep LOL! 1 tsp is enough for the whole day.

You can also put it in just about anything.

This also looked a bit low grade (faded green color), but oh well the higher grade is so much more expensive.

This went down good with a chocolate flavored drink I have (called Ensure)!

Though I question if this is Matcha... I mean it tasted like green tea. I'd have to try another Matcha brand to see if this is real. I read one a matcha website that the brownish green tea is imitation Japanese matcha from the Chinese or Korean and well... someone said how this mostly has Chinese writing on it, and it's from Taiwan! Then, there is even imitation matcha from the Japanese themselves, where it is just regular green tea powder, and claiming it is matcha. :(

UPDATE: I will post a picture of a comparison of this powder and another. I bought Matcha that is from (or claims to be) from Japan and is called "drinking grade". This is a brighter, healthy looking green as opposed to this Taiwanese green tea. Or, the Taiwanese tea is made from different leaves, and not the ones that Matcha is traditionally made out of. Or, the other Matcha is simply a higher grade. Not that high though, as I am aware top notch Matcha is a very very bright green.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Douglas on July 9, 2014
Though I did not purchase this tea from Amazon, I felt obligated to write a review based on what I have read in other reviews of this particular tea. First off I want to say that I have had a Culinary degree for 27 years and I am also a certified Sommelier. Yeah, I know this is not wine. That said, I think I can taste things pretty darn well and tea is one of my favorite beverages. I will start off by dispelling the thought of "real" Matcha being only from Japan. Not true! Though the Japanese pioneered the art of Matcha, it is currently made anywhere and by anyone who knows the art/technique. Bonus points for this tea as it comes from Taiwan. One of the finest regions on earth to buy your tea from. Depending on the tea you are buying this could be a significant difference from tea coming from mainland China (though there are amazing teas from there as well). Next I want to point out one of the most mentioned things about this tea. PRICE! Sure, it is much less expensive than some of the more fancy canned versions that are getting creative (with packaging and advertising). So for the price I will tell a story. I live in San Francisco and have many Asian friends (including my wife....Filipina). One of my business associates is a young Japanese guy (44) and was born in Japan. Though he grew up here in the USA his parents and grandparents did not. About two years ago when I seen this tea in a store in China town (San Francisco) I grabbed a bag knowing that if it wasn't the greatest I could at least use it for baking, etc.. A few weeks after I discovered this tea, my friend had my wife and myself over for dinner (a common thing amongst my culinary friends). I took the opportunity to bring this tea with me to ask a few questions from true (old school Japanese people).Read more ›
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