HARUNA Organic Ceremonial Matcha - Zen Wonders Tea
HARUNA Organic Ceremonial Matcha - Zen Wonders Tea

HARUNA Organic Ceremonial Matcha

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Full-body, smooth Matcha with subtle roasted notes and lingering Umami.

HARUNA is our Organic Ceremonial grade Matcha grown and ground in Kagoshima following the strict regulations set by JAS (Japanese Agricultural Standards of Organic Products).

Produced with single cultivar Seamidori tea leaves, HARUNA showcases an outstanding emerald green colour which brews a bold, rich yet smooth liquor that bursts with roasted notes, earthy flavours and lingering Umami, all delivered in a velvety and silky texture.

Flavour profile: Full-body and earthy Matcha with roasted notes, light bitterness and persistent Umami.

Harvest & Growth: 1st flush (spring) / shade-grown for 24 days.

Origin: Grown and hand-picked in Kagoshima, located within the Kyushu Island, South of Japan.

Storage: Seal package immediately after use and store in a cool dry place, away from sunlight, moisture, and strong odours.

For more specifications on all our grades please refer to our Grades Chart.

We recommend preparing this Matcha using our Chasen Bamboo Whisk for optimal aeration of the tea and creamy texture.

We recommend this Ceremonial grade for:

Usu-Cha (traditional hot Matcha tea):

    1. Sift 2g of Matcha into a bowl
    2. Wet with 20ml of 80°C water and knead into a paste using a Bamboo Whisk
    3. Add more water (50ml) and briskly whisk back and forth until a fine layer of froth forms on the top.
    4. Drink immediately.

    Coldbrew Iced Matcha

      1. Sift 2g of Matcha into a shaker filled with 250ml of water
      2. Add sweetness (optional) and shake well.
      3. Place a few ice cubes into a glass and pour your Matcha over ice.
      4. Enjoy your Coldbrew Iced Matcha

      Premium Matcha Latte:

        1. Sift 2-3g of Matcha into your mug (add sweetness if preferred)
        2. Add 20ml of 80°C water and knead with your Bamboo Whisk until smooth
        3. Steam your desired amount of milk (150-200ml) and pour it into the paste.

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