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Rose $5.00

Rose

Rose

Boil filtered water. Place a spoonful of the tea in a filter. Pour water over tea and steep for 3 minutes. One infusion.
$5 per ounce

Rose

$5.00

Boil filtered water. Place a spoonful of the tea in a filter. Pour water over tea and steep for 3 minutes. One infusion. $5 per ounce Quantity

Plum $5.00

Plum

Plum

Black tea aromatized with plum in the traditional way. Some bits of dried fruit are left to mix in the tea after the scenting process, giving an extra tang and sweetness to the finished brew.
$5 per ounce

Plum

$5.00

Black tea aromatized with plum in the traditional way. Some bits of dried fruit are left to mix in the tea after the scenting process, giving an extra tang and sweetness to the finished brew.

Lychee Cha $5.00

Lychee Cha

Lychee Cha

Naturally sweet, this enticing blend is a traditional recipe from Guangdong. Standard black tea leaves, aromatized in the Chinese method, hum with an intensely fruity flavor that produces grins and sighs on consumption. The lychee fruit, native to the subtropical regions in Asia, has a unique taste somewhat in-between a pear and a grape. This tea is particularly suitable for drinking when the first snow falls.
$5 per ounce

Lychee Cha

$5.00

Naturally sweet, this enticing blend is a traditional recipe from Guangdong. Standard black tea leaves, aromatized in the Chinese method, hum with an intensely fruity flavor that produces grins and sighs on consumption. The lychee fruit, native to the subtropical regions in Asia, has a unique taste somewhat in-between a pear and a grape. This tea is particularly suitable for drinking when the first snow falls.

Jin Zhen (Golden Buds) $6.50

Jin Zhen (Golden Buds)

Jin Zhen (Golden Buds)

Super Fine tips from the province of Yunnan. Hong Cha, known as “red tea” in China, is slowly making its appearance back on the tea market since the 2007 Pu-er Cha explosion. The delicate orange tips offer a rich sweet taste with hints of chocolate and deep forest aromas. We serve this tea in a gaiwan only, with a pot of hot water to allow for many further infusions.
$6.50 per ounce

Jin Zhen (Golden Buds)

$6.50

Super Fine tips from the province of Yunnan. Hong Cha, known as “red tea” in China, is slowly making its appearance back on the tea market since the 2007 Pu-er Cha explosion. The delicate orange tips offer a rich sweet taste with hints of chocolate and deep forest aromas. We serve this tea in a gaiwan only, with a pot of hot water to allow for many further infusions.

Ceylon Tiger River $9.50

Ceylon Tiger River

Ceylon Tiger River

An excellent, fully aromatic leaf tea known as low-mountain tea from the Kandy region of the captivating island of Sri Lanka. This Assam tea produces a rich infusion in the cup with a slightly sweet aftertaste, and is a bit darker than our Ceylon Adam’s Peak. Pairs well with milk and sugar.
$9.50 per 4 oz box

Ceylon Tiger River

$9.50

An excellent, fully aromatic leaf tea known as low-mountain tea from the Kandy region of the captivating island of Sri Lanka. This Assam tea produces a rich infusion in the cup with a slightly sweet aftertaste, and is a bit darker than our Ceylon Adam’s Peak. Pairs well with milk and sugar.

Ceylon Adams Peak $9.50

Ceylon Adams Peak

Ceylon Adams Peak

A black, high-mountain leaf tea from the Labookelie gardens in the Nurawa Eliya region. A delightful tea, dark but not overbearing, that evokes the sweep of the gardens that spread out under the peaks of the Samanalakande Mountains, “the mountains where butterflies go to die.” Perfect for afternoon tea parties, or as a late morning refresher. It’s a full bodied Assam tea, but a bit lighter than our Ceylon Tiger River. Pairs well with milk and sugar.
$9.50 per 4 oz box

Ceylon Adams Peak

$9.50

A black, high-mountain leaf tea from the Labookelie gardens in the Nurawa Eliya region. A delightful tea, dark but not overbearing, that evokes the sweep of the gardens that spread out under the peaks of the Samanalakande Mountains, “the mountains where butterflies go to die.” Perfect for afternoon tea parties, or as a late morning refresher. It’s a full bodied Assam tea, but a bit lighter than our Ceylon Tiger River. Pairs well with milk and sugar.

Qi Hong Mao Feng (Keemun) $6.50

Qi Hong Mao Feng (Keemun)

Qi Hong Mao Feng (Keemun)

To complete our selection of green Mao Feng (two leaves and a bud) teas, we are now offering our honorable customers the pleasure of a black Mao Feng. Qimen, “Great Gate,” refers to the town and district of the same name in Anhui province, where it is cultivated near the Yangtse River and served in town as a welcome for dignitaries. This bold tea is strong enough for two infusions. The vermillion waters bring a contemplative taste, recalling semi-sweet chocolate and roasted chestnuts. Drink as a dessert tea, after a good meal, or allow the smooth aroma to awaken the mind at breakfast.
$6.50 per ounce

Qi Hong Mao Feng (Keemun)

$6.50

To complete our selection of green Mao Feng (two leaves and a bud) teas, we are now offering our honorable customers the pleasure of a black Mao Feng. Qimen, “Great Gate,” refers to the town and district of the same name in Anhui province, where it is cultivated near the Yangtse River and served in town as a welcome for dignitaries. This bold tea is strong enough for two infusions. The vermillion waters bring a contemplative taste, recalling semi-sweet chocolate and roasted chestnuts. Drink as a dessert tea, after a good meal, or allow the smooth aroma to awaken the mind at breakfast.

Darjeeling Himalaya $5.00

Darjeeling Himalaya

Darjeeling Himalaya

A pure high-mountain Indian black tea, plucked in the fall on the southern slopes of the Himalayas. This is an original blend, distinguished by the equilibrium of the color of the infusion, its taste and its aroma. The small brown-black leaves with light color tips are evenly rolled into half-moons, and in the cup give a red-brown infusion with a rich aroma and robust taste, which we recommend as a good thirst-quencher.
$5 per ounce

Darjeeling Himalaya

$5.00

A pure high-mountain Indian black tea, plucked in the fall on the southern slopes of the Himalayas. This is an original blend, distinguished by the equilibrium of the color of the infusion, its taste and its aroma. The small brown-black leaves with light color tips are evenly rolled into half-moons, and in the cup give a red-brown infusion with a rich aroma and robust taste, which we recommend as a good thirst-quencher.

Nok Cha $20.00

Nok Cha

Nok Cha

A seasonal variety of green tea from the Jirishan mountain range on the southern Korean coast. This light infusion conceals an unseen taste “on the boundary” between Chinese and Japanese teas. The leaves are gently steamed and then pan-fired to complete the drying process, offering a savory, oceanic flavor.
$20 per 2 oz packet

Nok Cha

$20.00

A seasonal variety of green tea from the Jirishan mountain range on the southern Korean coast. This light infusion conceals an unseen taste “on the boundary” between Chinese and Japanese teas. The leaves are gently steamed and then pan-fired to complete the drying process, offering a savory, oceanic flavor.

Nepal Kuwapani $5.50

Nepal Kuwapani

Nepal Kuwapani

With a golden hue and the soothing aroma of light chocolate and ripe fruit, this contribution from the Kuwapani estate is an event within a teapot. One sip is a dream of far away mountains. A good tea to drink while reminiscing.
$5.50 per ounce

Nepal Kuwapani

$5.50

With a golden hue and the soothing aroma of light chocolate and ripe fruit, this contribution from the Kuwapani estate is an event within a teapot. One sip is a dream of far away mountains. A good tea to drink while reminiscing.

Assam CTC $4.00

Assam CTC

Assam CTC

Mostly used for mixing with our Masala spice, for our "street" chai, or can be brewed alone cold or hot.
$4 per ounce

Assam CTC

$4.00

Mostly used for mixing with our Masala spice, for our “street” chai, or can be brewed alone cold or hot.

Darjeeling 1st Flush $6.75

Darjeeling 1st Flush

Darjeeling 1st Flush

The first Spring harvest from the area of Indian Darjeeling situated by the northern frontier with Nepal. An excellent tea before an important meeting. Description: A preponderance of tiny yellow-green uniformly rolled leaves over dark leaves and a strong “flowery” aroma. . This is a very fresh tea, especially if enjoyed in the late Spring just after harvest. This tea is incredibly flowery with mildly euphoric effects, virtually unrivalled in fragrance and texture. A sparkling, amber-orange color in the cup.
$6.75 per ounce

Darjeeling 1st Flush

$6.75

The first Spring harvest from the area of Indian Darjeeling situated by the northern frontier with Nepal. An excellent tea before an important meeting. Description: A preponderance of tiny yellow-green uniformly rolled leaves over dark leaves and a strong “flowery” aroma. . This is a very fresh tea, especially if enjoyed in the late Spring just after harvest. This tea is incredibly flowery with mildly euphoric effects, virtually unrivalled in fragrance and texture. A sparkling, amber-orange color in the cup.

Zhao Li Qiao $30.00

Zhao Li Qiao

Zhao Li Qiao

This dense brick pu-er brews up hints of tempered, bittersweet flavors which give a unique twist on the traditional flavor and aroma of shou pu-ers.
$30 per 8.8 oz brick

Zhao Li Qiao

$30.00

This dense brick pu-er brews up hints of tempered, bittersweet flavors which give a unique twist on the traditional flavor and aroma of shou pu-ers.

Chitese Bing Cha $40.00

Chitese Bing Cha

Chitese Bing Cha

SHOU (RIPE) Pu-Er tea pressed into the shape of a cake. A traditional present at engagements as the symbol of the family (due to its circular shape) and long life (Pu Er itself) in the southern Chinese province of Yunnan.
$40 per 12.3 oz cake

Chitese Bing Cha

$40.00

SHOU (RIPE)
Pu-Er tea pressed into the shape of a cake. A traditional present at engagements as the symbol of the family (due to its circular shape) and long life (Pu Er itself) in the southern Chinese province of Yunnan.

Lao Shu “Wild Tree” Pu-er $25.00

Lao Shu “Wild Tree” Pu-er

Lao Shu “Wild Tree” Pu-er

SHENG (RAW) PU-ER Marked by an abundance of wild or old (“lao”) tree (“shu”) leaves, the newly harvested leaves and buds are taken from the ancient forests and left to wither and dry in the sun on bamboo mats. The leaves are then steamed before they are pressed into large cakes. Experiencing the sweet-and-sour amber brew of Lao Shu Bing Cha is like taking a stroll through the old tea trees of the jungle – humbling and invigorating all at once.
$25 per cake

Lao Shu “Wild Tree” Pu-er

$25.00

SHENG (RAW) PU-ER
Marked by an abundance of wild or old (“lao”) tree (“shu”) leaves, the newly harvested leaves and buds are taken from the ancient forests and left to wither and dry in the sun on bamboo mats. The leaves are then steamed before they are pressed into large cakes. Experiencing the sweet-and-sour amber brew of Lao Shu Bing Cha is like taking a stroll through the old tea trees of the jungle – humbling and invigorating all at once.

Qing Bing Rustica $30.00

Qing Bing Rustica

Qing Bing Rustica

SHENG (RAW) PU-ER This Qing Bing (“green cake”) pu-er is a combination of wild tea and cultivated tea. One can taste in each cup the earthy, herbal tones of wild tea within the astringent and muscatel layers of cultivated tea. Perhaps, if lucky, one might even catch the aroma of the Xishuangbanna hills at sunrise, or the feeling of seeing The King of Tea Trees standing proud at 1700 years old, deep in the Yunnan jungles…
$30 per 7 oz cake

Qing Bing Rustica

$30.00

SHENG (RAW) PU-ER
This Qing Bing (“green cake”) pu-er is a combination of wild tea and cultivated tea. One can taste in each cup the earthy, herbal tones of wild tea within the astringent and muscatel layers of cultivated tea. Perhaps, if lucky, one might even catch the aroma of the Xishuangbanna hills at sunrise, or the feeling of seeing The King of Tea Trees standing proud at 1700 years old, deep in the Yunnan jungles…

Xiang Wei Tuo Cha $16.00

Xiang Wei Tuo Cha

Xiang Wei Tuo Cha

SHOU (RIPE) NEST This large nest variety is produced in Meng Hai County in Yunnan Province and is one of our darker, ruddier pu-ers. It has a strong earthy, slightly astringent flavor, reminiscent of underground caverns where treasures are kept.
$16 per 3.5 oz nest

Xiang Wei Tuo Cha

$16.00

SHOU (RIPE) NEST
This large nest variety is produced in Meng Hai County in Yunnan Province and is one of our darker, ruddier pu-ers. It has a strong earthy, slightly astringent flavor, reminiscent of underground caverns where treasures are kept.

Pu-er Cha – Loose $5.25

Pu-er Cha – Loose

Pu-er Cha – Loose

SHOU (RIPE) We offer this loose-leaf variety from the province of Yunnan as an unusual delicacy. Long, dark-brown leaves with a luster of gray gather in the teapot to produce garnet colored brew that turns as black as coffee with prolonged steeping. With a rich aroma of old temples, its distinctive taste is chthonic and deep, like holy soil. Many drinkers become addicted to its captivating, nostalgic flavor.
$5.25 per ounce

Pu-er Cha – Loose

$5.25

SHOU (RIPE)
We offer this loose-leaf variety from the province of Yunnan as an unusual delicacy. Long, dark-brown leaves with a luster of gray gather in the teapot to produce garnet colored brew that turns as black as coffee with prolonged steeping. With a rich aroma of old temples, its distinctive taste is chthonic and deep, like holy soil. Many drinkers become addicted to its captivating, nostalgic flavor.

Meng Ding Huang Ya $8.00

Meng Ding Huang Ya

Meng Ding Huang Ya

Yellow Tips from the Meng Ding Mountain Covered. Harvested leaves are quickly steamed to denature their enzymes, then covered to allow the aromas of the heated leaves to be re-absorbed into the leaves themselves.
$8 per ounce

Meng Ding Huang Ya

$8.00

Yellow Tips from the Meng Ding Mountain

Covered. Harvested leaves are quickly steamed to denature their enzymes, then covered to allow the aromas of the heated leaves to be re-absorbed into the leaves themselves.

Bai Ya Bing Cha $30.00

Bai Ya Bing Cha

Bai Ya Bing Cha

White puer is “raw”, like green puer, but mostly tips are used and the leaves are not allowed to wither quite as much. With a gentle walnut-shell flavor reminiscent of a White Peony or a fine Darjeeling, we recommend to you this heart-warming addition to our menu.
$30 per cake

Bai Ya Bing Cha

$30.00

White puer is “raw”, like green puer, but mostly tips are used and the leaves are not allowed to wither quite as much. With a gentle walnut-shell flavor reminiscent of a White Peony or a fine Darjeeling, we recommend to you this heart-warming addition to our menu.

Shui Xian – Narcissus $6.00

Shui Xian – Narcissus

Shui Xian – Narcissus

A superior grade of Oolong tea, processed in the paradise tea mountains of Wuyi Shan in Fujian. Description: Rather massive leaves, green-brown in color and twisted into S-shapes. A delightfully stimulating drink with a gourmet flavor, leaving a pleasant sweetness on the lips.
$6 per ounce

Shui Xian – Narcissus

$6.00

A superior grade of Oolong tea, processed in the paradise tea mountains of Wuyi Shan in Fujian.
Description: Rather massive leaves, green-brown in color and twisted into S-shapes. A delightfully stimulating drink with a gourmet flavor, leaving a pleasant sweetness on the lips.

Tung Ting – Formosa Jade Oolong – Frozen Summit $20.00

Tung Ting – Formosa Jade Oolong – Frozen Summit

Tung Ting – Formosa Jade Oolong – Frozen Summit

Tea of the Year 1998. A renowned, very slightly fermented tea, similar to Tie Guan Yin. Imported by the tea lovers directly from the hillsides of the legendary Tung Ting mountains, this tea is even more delicate than Tie Guan Yin. It gives the taste of flowers after a rain storm.
$20 for 2.5 oz package

Tung Ting – Formosa Jade Oolong – Frozen Summit

$20.00

Tea of the Year 1998.
A renowned, very slightly fermented tea, similar to Tie Guan Yin. Imported by the tea lovers directly from the hillsides of the legendary Tung Ting mountains, this tea is even more delicate than Tie Guan Yin. It gives the taste of flowers after a rain storm.

Pinglin Bao Zhong $18.00

Pinglin Bao Zhong

Pinglin Bao Zhong

The highest grade of semi-fermented tea of Fujian type, characterised by a higher degree of fermentation and great abundance of tips. A deep amber cup which gives a semi-sweet and slightly earthy flavor.
$18 for 2.5 oz package

Pinglin Bao Zhong

$18.00

The highest grade of semi-fermented tea of Fujian type, characterised by a higher degree of fermentation and great abundance of tips. A deep amber cup which gives a semi-sweet and slightly earthy flavor.

Tie Guan Yin “Supergrade” – Iron Goddess of Mercy $6.00

Tie Guan Yin “Supergrade” – Iron Goddess of Mercy

Tie Guan Yin “Supergrade” – Iron Goddess of Mercy

The highest category among Oolong teas and a famous product of Fuijan province. Description: Robust dark green-brown leaves, twisted into S-shapes. A strong and even intoxicating aroma of the mandarin blossoms (but definitely not of mandarin fruit!), that are to be found all over the plantations where this tea is grown. A distinctive flavour, like a bouquet of flowers in the mouth, with a heady comeback.
$6 per ounce

Tie Guan Yin “Supergrade” – Iron Goddess of Mercy

$6.00

The highest category among Oolong teas and a famous product of Fuijan province.
Description: Robust dark green-brown leaves, twisted into S-shapes. A strong and even intoxicating aroma of the mandarin blossoms (but definitely not of mandarin fruit!), that are to be found all over the plantations where this tea is grown. A distinctive flavour, like a bouquet of flowers in the mouth, with a heady comeback.

Feng Huang Dan Cong $6.50

Feng Huang Dan Cong

Feng Huang Dan Cong

Phoenix Milan A unique tea from the gardens of the South China provinece of Guangdong. An exeptionally long brown-green leave curled into loose spirals, in the cup it produces a sparkling orange brew with a honeyed taste and a strong scent of orchid flowers. Hence the Chinese title Mi (honey) Lan (orchid). It will take many infusions, with the scent and taste just continuing to develop. . .
$6.50 per ounce

Feng Huang Dan Cong

$6.50

Phoenix Milan

A unique tea from the gardens of the South China provinece of Guangdong. An exeptionally long brown-green leave curled into loose spirals, in the cup it produces a sparkling orange brew with a honeyed taste and a strong scent of orchid flowers. Hence the Chinese title Mi (honey) Lan (orchid). It will take many infusions, with the scent and taste just continuing to develop. . .

Zhu Cha (Gunpowder) $5.00

Zhu Cha (Gunpowder)

Zhu Cha (Gunpowder)

A tea processed using traditional techniques from the province of Zhejiang. Outside of China it is also known as Gunpowder. At Dobrá Tea-Room it is sold loose or ready packaged as either “Camel in Black” (125g, highest grade “Extra“” or “Little Camel” (62.5g, select grade “Special”). Description: It is characteristically processed into small, tightly rolled balls, which have a sheen that shows the good quality and freshness of this tea. The light green infusion has a mildly smoky flavour and aroma. A tea for everyday drinking, and a suitable accompaniment to Chinese food.
$5 per ounce

Zhu Cha (Gunpowder)

$5.00

A tea processed using traditional techniques from the province of Zhejiang. Outside of China it is also known as Gunpowder. At Dobrá Tea-Room it is sold loose or ready packaged as either “Camel in Black” (125g, highest grade “Extra“” or “Little Camel” (62.5g, select grade “Special”).
Description: It is characteristically processed into small, tightly rolled balls, which have a sheen that shows the good quality and freshness of this tea. The light green infusion has a mildly smoky flavour and aroma. A tea for everyday drinking, and a suitable accompaniment to Chinese food.

Yamacha – High Mountain Sencha $20.00

Yamacha – High Mountain Sencha

Yamacha – High Mountain Sencha

This is moutain version of Secha, which is dark green flat leaves of uniform size, a fresh grassy scent and delicate flavour. This tea has very beneficial effects on body and mind. It stimulates, purifies the organism, and has a high Vitamin C content. The tea yields a vigorous brew even after several steepings. Translated, it means “infusion tea”.
$20 per 2.5 oz packet

Yamacha – High Mountain Sencha

$20.00

This is moutain version of Secha, which is dark green flat leaves of uniform size, a fresh grassy scent and delicate flavour. This tea has very beneficial effects on body and mind. It stimulates, purifies the organism, and has a high Vitamin C content. The tea yields a vigorous brew even after several steepings. Translated, it means “infusion tea”.

Tian Mu Long Zhu (Dragon Pearls from Tian Mu Mountain) $7.50

Tian Mu Long Zhu (Dragon Pearls from Tian Mu Mountain)

Tian Mu Long Zhu (Dragon Pearls from Tian Mu Mountain)

(Literally - Pearls of the Dragon from the Tian Mu Mountain) - An extra fine, high quality green tea made from selected fresh tea tips, with a gourmet flavour and the aroma of the mountain breeze, and above all with a unique appearance. This tea is hand processed by the Chinese gatherers into little balls resembling pearls, which open out charmingly in hot water. This is the reason why the tea is served in glasses, allowing the sight to be fully enjoyed. Up to five re-infusions can be made from the same serving of tea. Description: Tips of select green tea rolled into balls the size of peas. In hot water they gradually open out and release their softly captivating flavour.
$7.50/ounce

Tian Mu Long Zhu (Dragon Pearls from Tian Mu Mountain)

$7.50

(Literally – Pearls of the Dragon from the Tian Mu Mountain) – An extra fine, high quality green tea made from selected fresh tea tips, with a gourmet flavour and the aroma of the mountain breeze, and above all with a unique appearance. This tea is hand processed by the Chinese gatherers into little balls resembling pearls, which open out charmingly in hot water. This is the reason why the tea is served in glasses, allowing the sight to be fully enjoyed. Up to five re-infusions can be made from the same serving of tea.
Description: Tips of select green tea rolled into balls the size of peas. In hot water they gradually open out and release their softly captivating flavour.

Tamaryokucha Kyoto $17.00

Tamaryokucha Kyoto

Tamaryokucha Kyoto

Tea of the Year 1995. This tea is produced in the Kyusu Island area. It is a first grade green tea of Tamaryoku type. Excellent for formal occasions. Tiny, evenly rolled dark green leaves. A light green infusion, with a delicate refreshing flavour, reminiscent of baked rye bread.
$17 per 2.5 oz packet

Tamaryokucha Kyoto

$17.00

Tea of the Year 1995.
This tea is produced in the Kyusu Island area. It is a first grade green tea of Tamaryoku type. Excellent for formal occasions.
Tiny, evenly rolled dark green leaves. A light green infusion, with a delicate refreshing flavour, reminiscent of baked rye bread.

Sencha Kyoto $18.00

Sencha Kyoto

Sencha Kyoto

This label is carried by the Japanese green tea that is currently the most characteristic tea on the Japanese market. This line is famous primarily for its painstaking processing. Dark green flat leaves of uniform size, a fresh grassy scent and delicate flavour. This tea has very beneficial effects on body and mind. It stimulates, purifies the organism, and has a high Vitamin C content. The tea yields a vigorous brew even after several steepings. Translated, it means “infusion tea”.
$18 per 2.5 oz packet

Sencha Kyoto

$18.00

This label is carried by the Japanese green tea that is currently the most characteristic tea on the Japanese market. This line is famous primarily for its painstaking processing.
Dark green flat leaves of uniform size, a fresh grassy scent and delicate flavour. This tea has very beneficial effects on body and mind. It stimulates, purifies the organism, and has a high Vitamin C content. The tea yields a vigorous brew even after several steepings. Translated, it means “infusion tea”.

Putuo Fo Cha – Buddha’s Tea from Putuo Island $0.00

Putuo Fo Cha – Buddha’s Tea from Putuo Island

Putuo Fo Cha – Buddha’s Tea from Putuo Island

One of the five most celebrated teas of China. A tradition of almost two and a half millennia ensures that this tea, cultivated in gardens between Buddhist monasteries on an island in the East China Sea and exclusively hand processed, is abundantly endowed with superior quality.
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Putuo Fo Cha – Buddha’s Tea from Putuo Island

$0.00

One of the five most celebrated teas of China. A tradition of almost two and a half millennia ensures that this tea, cultivated in gardens between Buddhist monasteries on an island in the East China Sea and exclusively hand processed, is abundantly endowed with superior quality.

Matcha Natural $15.00

Matcha Natural

Matcha Natural

Quality Matcha is always a pea-green extra-fine powder with a distinctive grassy aroma. Use this for baking, mixing in drinks and for cooking.
$15 for 1.75 oz packet

Matcha Natural

$15.00

Quality Matcha is always a pea-green extra-fine powder with a distinctive grassy aroma. Use this for baking, mixing in drinks and for cooking.