In search of Matcha

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In search of Matcha

by scotchman2926 » Dec 18th 14 9:58 pm

I am new to TeaChat and have found the wonderful world of Matcha. I am looking to find other places besides Whole Foods to get my Matcha. Where are some other websites or retailers that I can buy good Matcha?
Thanks

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Re: In search of Matcha

by Chip » Dec 18th 14 10:10 pm

Hi, welcome to the forum.

I am going to move this topic to Green Tea where it will be more at home. I am leaving a shadow topic here, TC Announcements, for a day.

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Re: In search of Matcha

by entropyembrace » Dec 18th 14 10:59 pm

scotchman2926 wrote:I am new to TeaChat and have found the wonderful world of Matcha. I am looking to find other places besides Whole Foods to get my Matcha. Where are some other websites or retailers that I can buy good Matcha?
Thanks
Hi, try buying matcha from O-cha or Maiko tea :) That's where I get most of mine.

http://maiko.ne.jp/english/shopping/maccha.htm
http://www.o-cha.com/green-teas/matcha- ... green-tea/

they sell fresh, high quality matcha and ship it to you from Japan :)

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Re: In search of Matcha

by theroots » Dec 26th 14 5:36 pm

If you really want to try Matcha in a conventional (i.e. tea) way just take this tip from me: Rather spend enough money for a really good product instead of starting with a cheap one.

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Re: In search of Matcha

by janeyu » Jun 16th 15 2:42 pm

Matcha is nice, but I like green tea instead. :D