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Ginger Matcha Matcha Loose Tea Canister

Green Tea
$20.00
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Introduces the warm zing of ginger to the healthy richness of green tea.

Enjoy the ritual of traditional Matcha preparation with all of our blends - now available in airtight, recyclable containers. Each canister contains 30 grams (1.06 oz) of Matcha, enough for 12 servings. Canisters are vacuum-sealed to maintain freshness.
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Ginger Matcha

About Ginger Matcha

Tea Type : Green Tea

Tea Forté’s Ginger Matcha introduces the warm zing of ginger to the healthy richness of spring-harvested, shade-grown, stone-ground green tea. This blend pairs the unique, earthy flavor of matcha with an unexpected partner known for calming the throat and stomach while delighting the senses with a zesty kick.

Stronger when prepared with water and more subtle when prepared with frothed milk, this matcha blend opens on a lush, tropical note and melts into a vibrant green tonic as it swirls across the tongue. The enjoyment isn’t complete without a deep inhalation of its aroma before each sip. Its tangy, tropical fragrance heightens the zing of the ginger and brings out the bright green character of the matcha powder, resulting in a an exceptional tea experience.

Because matcha is made from green tea leaves, it offers a wealth of health benefits as well as a steep sense of history. This ancient green tea powder dates back to the Tang Dynasty in China, when it was dried into bricks which people would break into small pieces and stir into hot water for an energy-boosting natural beverage. The father of Zen Buddhism introduced matcha to Japan in the 12th century, and it was incorporated into traditional Japanese matcha ceremonies over the generations that followed, first only among the elite classes and later among the rest of society. Today, matcha is enjoyed everywhere for its emerald-green hue, its distinct flavor, and its antioxidant-rich properties, which are thought to promote good health.

Read more about Matcha Tea:
  • Introduction to Matcha Tea
  • What is a Matcha Ceremony?
  • Steeping instructions

    For hot matcha, blend one Single Steeps Matcha into 3.5 ounces of near-boiling water. Mix thoroughly until rich and foamy. For best results, use a traditional bamboo whisk or frother.

    For a matcha latté, blend one Single Steeps Matcha into 3.5 ounces of warm milk. Thoroughly mix with frother until tea becomes rich and foamy.

    For iced matcha, blend one Single Steeps Matcha into 3.5 ounces of cool water. Mix thoroughly and add ice. For best results, use a traditional bamboo whisk or frother.

    Tasting Notes

    Flavor: Warming & zesty with a zing of ginger
    Aroma: Tart, tangy, fresh & fruity
    Color: Deep green with water, light green with milk

    Ingredients

    • Dextrose
    • Green tea powder
    • Ginger
    • Natural flavors
    • Calcium carbonate

    Caffeine Content (Mg)

    0 1-10 11-20 21-30 31-40 41+
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    1. Nancy M.
      5

      my favorite

      This is my favorite out of all the flavored versions. The ginger taste is not too overpowering and i usually drink it as a latte. If you want a bit more sweetness adding a very small amount of agave does not alter the flavor. So glad it is available for individual purchase.

      11/29/18 | milwaukee, WI
    2. Kathryn R.
      5

      Great combo

      I was a little skeptical about how the ginger + matcha combo would work, because they are very opposite flavors. In reality, that balance each other beautifully. The matcha is smooth, rich and earthy, balanced by a delightful, bright, zingy ginger flavor. Such a playful, awakening tea.

      11/01/18 | Chicago, IL
    3. Joanne S.
      5

      My Favorite Morning Matcha

      Tea Forte matcha single serves have been my preferred morning tea for years. This organic matcha is by far one of the best I've tried. Ginger matcha is my personal favorite and though the other blends are lovely and well-balanced, I always saved the ginger as a special treat. Kudos to Tea Forte for responding to customer requests to offer these wonderful matcha blends in 30g canisters. I've been sharing the single serve teas with friends over the years, and now I can gift them with canisters of their personal favorite flavors too.

      10/27/18 | Denver, CO
    4. Frances T.
      5

      Genuine ginger root flavoring with all the health benefits of matcha

      Ginger tea is wonderful and has all sorts of healthy properties. Matcha tea is in the news for all its benefits. Combined they create a fantastic tea that gives you a flavorful zing (the ginger is strong) and a real pick me up without any jittery feeling. That said, be sure you know what real ginger tea tastes like (not the typical grocery store variety) and how strong matcha can be. Ginger root tea isn’t for everyone and neither is matcha. Put together, some people will love this and others will very much not like it. It is an acquired taste even with the sugar already in it. The sealed canisters are a great feature and I love that this series is organic.

      10/26/18 | Burr Ridge, IL
    5. Laurie S.
      5

      Great combo of ginger and matcha

      First off, love the packaging and the sealed can to ensure freshness. Another quality idea from Tea Forte'. The matcha flavor is perfect, it dissolves well and has a rich matcha flavor with delightful ginger accents. Healthy and comforting beverage.

      10/24/18 | San Diego, USA
    6. Rebecca M.
      5

      The Ginger Matcha will definitely give you the zing you need to get you going! I often boil a few slices of ginger and make a tea out of that, especially when I feel under the weather, and the Ginger Matcha was reminiscent of that with its intense ginger essence. It complemented the matcha tea nicely.

      10/22/18 | Dixon, IL