Rishi Tea, Organic Green Tea, Matcha Super Green, 15 Tea Bags 1.43 oz (40.5 g)
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Shipping Weight:0.45 lbsSwitch to Metric units
- Product Code: RIS-97392
- UPC Code: 741391973923
- Package Quantity: 15 Tea Bags 1.43 oz (40.5 g)
4.6 x 3.9 x 3.5 in, 0.25 lbsSwitch to Metric units
|Combo Discount:||- $1.81|
- Our Greenest Green, with Vibrantly Fresh Matcha & Deeply Sweet Sencha
- USDA Organic
- Certified Organic by QAI, inc.
- Certified Kosher
- Caffeine Level: High
Matcha Super Green is named for its vivid emerald green infusion and bountiful natural energy provided by pure Japanese matcha. This signature Rishi flavor combines organic sencha and organic stone-ground matcha green teas grown in the fertile volcanic soils in southern Japan's Kyushu region.
Taste True Tea
We are driven by a mission to connect tea drinkers to the origins of our teas. For us, that is the essence of being a direct trade importer. Rishi’s tea buyers travel the world every year, collaborating with artisan tea farmers during the peak growing seasons. This allows us to source organic teas and botanicals of an epicurean caliber, infusing everything we create with a signature quality and story. In that adventurous spirit, we invite you to Taste True Tea.
Kyushu, Japan, Imported Green Tea
Asatsuyu, Yabukita, Okumidori, Okuyutaka
|Sourcing Notes: Matcha is made by stone-milling a shade-grown leaf green tea called tencha into a fine powder. We designed our own unique blend of tencha cultivars to create the bright green color, fresh sweetness and creamy mouthfeel of the matcha in our Matcha Super Green.|
170°F, 2 Minutes, 8 oz fresh spring or filtered water
Organic green tea.
This product comes in what is probably the nicest packaging I've ever seen - I'm a designer and tend to notice things like that. Truly exquisite and a joy to use for that reason, as well as very suitable as a gift. The flip side is, one has to pay the price for such packaging, which means that the higher price does not solely reflect the quality of this tea (which I can't comment on because I have very little experience with green teas).
Very Nice Green Tea
Posted by 4612573504533910495 on Feb 21, 2017
This is a good green Tea product I have used so far. The colour and aroma is very nice indeed. It is a waste if you only brew it for one cup and discard. I normally go for round two and it still tastes good.
Purest Macha Green Tea
Posted by 4916912406225136118 on May 14, 2016
Bought two boxes, waiting for stock arrived. Definitely will buy and recommends others.
great packing horrible taste
Posted by 5651951795378405986 on May 11, 2016
horrible taste and smell !! toatly uninpected taste very bad طعم ورائحة سيئة جداً
très bon thé !!
Posted by 4812411377032668673 on May 07, 2016
Awful, wasteful packaging
Posted by Reviewer1800309 on May 05, 2016
The tea itself is alright if you don't live in an area where Japanese teas are distributed. But the packaging is environmentally just despicable! The bags are contained in these oversized plastic bags. They are literally about 4 times the size of the tea bag they contain. And the tea bag itself is plastic, with a string glued to it, and a plastic tab at the other end. The big box is also misleading to consumers, suggesting that you're getting a significantly larger quantity. Rishi, do you think it's still the 1980s? Seriously, what's with this?