Matcha Starter Kit
Matcha Starter Kit
$30.00

Matcha Starter Kit

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Matcha starter kit includes Komorebi Matcha, whisk and scoop. 

For a limited time, we are offering a special starter kit that includes everything you need to start making matcha using traditional methods (valued at $42) for only $30. 

Bundle includes:

 

Ichi-go ichi-e. Translating to “one time, one meeting,” this idiom describes the Japanese cultural concept of cherishing the beauty and unrepeatable nature of a moment.

It is a belief that has long been a fundamental pillar of matcha and the Japanese tea ceremony, and one that reminds us to cherish any gathering we may take part in, for any moment in life cannot be replicated. It is with this great care and respect that the Japanese continue to cultivate their artisanal teas.

Gachi Grower Wazuka Japan GreenGeisha

After falling in love with tea while working as a part time farmhand in college, our Japanese partner grower made the decision to devote his time to mastering the art of tea farming. Since then, he has spent more than 15 years becoming one of the most respected growers in the Kyoto region. He, along with his co-founder, now manage four acres of previously abandoned tea fields that are now productive and contribute to the local economy.

Though the foundation of our partner grower’s farm is tea production, it also functions as an agricultural social venture that aims to: share quality Japanese tea with the world, contribute to the local and global community through tea, and generate interest in agriculture locally through education.

 

Learn more about matcha and how to make it here.

    Komorebi Matcha is packaged in a heat-sealed foil bag and recyclable tin. Matcha whisk is packaged in a hard plastic recycable container.

    Tea Story

    Ichi-go ichi-e. Translating to “one time, one meeting,” this idiom describes the Japanese cultural concept of cherishing the beauty and unrepeatable nature of a moment.

    It is a belief that has long been a fundamental pillar of matcha and the Japanese tea ceremony, and one that reminds us to cherish any gathering we may take part in, for any moment in life cannot be replicated. It is with this great care and respect that the Japanese continue to cultivate their artisanal teas.

    About the Grower

    Gachi Grower Wazuka Japan GreenGeisha

    After falling in love with tea while working as a part time farmhand in college, our Japanese partner grower made the decision to devote his time to mastering the art of tea farming. Since then, he has spent more than 15 years becoming one of the most respected growers in the Kyoto region. He, along with his co-founder, now manage four acres of previously abandoned tea fields that are now productive and contribute to the local economy.

    Though the foundation of our partner grower’s farm is tea production, it also functions as an agricultural social venture that aims to: share quality Japanese tea with the world, contribute to the local and global community through tea, and generate interest in agriculture locally through education.

    What's Matcha?

     

    Learn more about matcha and how to make it here.

      Packaging

      Komorebi Matcha is packaged in a heat-sealed foil bag and recyclable tin. Matcha whisk is packaged in a hard plastic recycable container.

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