Organic Ceremonial Matcha
The Japanese learned tea from the Chinese. This was during the Song era of China. The tea they drank was very different from the tea China drinks today. It was called whipped tea. The tea came in bricks and the tea master would cut off a piece of the brick and grind it up into a powder. The powder would be put in a bowl and hot water would be added. The tea master would then whip the tea up into a foamy mass of jade green tea. But, the Chinese abandoned that form of tea for loose-leaf tea. The Japanese, however, kept that style of tea making and integrated it into their rightfully famous tea ceremony. That tea is referred to as matcha in Japan. Because you consume the entire tealeaf when you drink matcha, it is also delivers the most health benefits.
Shade grown organic green tea