Pure Leaf Matcha is expertly crafted with high-quality tea leaves and ingredients to give tea lovers the most authentic Matcha taste. Our pre-portioned, individually wrapped Pure Leaf sachets take the guesswork out of measuring for the perfect cup of Matcha every time.
Pure Leaf Matcha leaves are sourced from Rainforest Alliance Certified™ tea estates in Kagoshima, Japan – and are shade grown, dried and ground for a full-bodied smooth taste.
New Pure Leaf Matcha
Japanese Matcha ground into a fine powder to create an exceptional Matcha experience.
Pure Leaf Matcha
Japanese Matcha and specially selected ginger, blended together for Matcha with a delicious spicy ginger kick.
For Your Drinking Pleasure
What is Matcha?
Japanese Matcha tea is a fine powder made from green tea leaves. Tea cultivated specifically for Matcha is primarily grown in two Japanese regions: Uji in Kyoto and Nishio in the Aichi prefecture. Leaves are shade-grown, hand-picked, stemmed, dried and expertly ground into a fine powder.
The process of preparing Matcha is a ritual steeped in history that was established by Zen Buddhist monks in the 11th century. To prepare, use the chashaku (spoon) to scoop a small amount of Matcha powder into your chawan (bowl). Add 8 ounces of hot (but not quite boiling) water to the tea bowl and whisk until the tea is frothy.
No traditional tools? No problem. Simply empty the Pure Leaf sachet of Matcha powder into a mug or bowl, add two ounces of hot water to blend and whisk until fully dissolved and there is a foamy layer on top. Add remaining six ounces of water, whisk to blend and enjoy.
Matcha Ice Cream
If you’re looking for another way to enjoy Matcha, use our Pure Leaf sachets to make homemade green tea ice cream. This delicious, easy-to-make recipe uses only a handful of ingredients that can be found at your neighborhood grocery store. No ice cream maker necessary!
How to Prepare Matcha
Bring water to a boil.
Empty Matcha satchet
into mug or bowl.
Pour 2 fl. oz. of water
over Matcha blend.
Whisk Matcha until fully
dispersed & foamy.
Add remaining 6 fl. oz. of
water and whisk.
Did You Know?
History of Matcha
Matcha was enjoyed in Japan by royalty, nobles, samurai and Buddhist monks 900 years ago. The Japanese Matcha tea ceremony is popular the world over.
Over a thousand years ago Buddhist monks used Matcha to help with meditation, and it’s still being used for energy and focus today.
Cooking with Matcha
Matcha is popular with chefs, not just as a beverage, but as an ingredient in both sweet and savory dishes.
Our Promise To You
Each bottle, box and bag of our real leaf tea is the result of thousands of people working toward one goal: sustainably growing the most delicious tea in the world.