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Premium Japanese Matcha By AIYA

Matcha is the most exciting rediscovery of the 21st century’s modern tea world.

Created over 800 years back in time by Buddhist monks as meditational drink Matcha is known today as the rarest and most premium of all tea varieties of Japan.

More and more consumers discover now this exquisite tea for themselves – and the food industry has begun to understand the potential of fabulous Matcha tea.

Matcha is the ideal raw material to produce green tea flavored treats. Chocolatiers, candy makers, ice cream producers, chefs and restaurateurs are already offering Matcha ice cream, Matcha truffles, Matcha chocolates, Matcha desserts, Matcha lattes and Matcha smoothies

AIYA is Japan’s largest producer of Matcha tea, and with international branches in Europe (Germany) and North America (United States) the ideal partner for all who are see

Only Japan’s elite tea farmers are blessed with the know-how of true Matcha production. The production of Matcha is without a doubt the most elaborate method of producing tea in the world.

Matcha grows only in shadowed tea fields. Four weeks prior to the harvest the tea fields are entirely covered by tarp shades. This special shading technique results into a 90% reduction of sunlight.

The plants, now growing almost in the dark, compensate for the lack of light by an intense production of chlorophyll making the leaves richer in amino acids, and resulting in a beverage with a sweet and delicately smooth flavour.

king the best in Matcha and green tea.


ORAC Scores

ORAC measures the capability of antioxidants in food and beverages. Matcha scores up to 1,573 units.

ORAC Scores of top antioxidant foods in ORAC units per gram (1)ORAC = Oxygen Radical Absorbing Capacity

Matcha: 1573 Gojiberries: 253 Dark Chocolate: 227 Pomegranate: 105 Wild blueberries: 93 Acai berries: 60 Broccoli: 31

(1)Source: Lipophilic and Hydrophilic Antioxidant Capacities of Common Foods in the United States, Journal of Agricultural Food Chemistry 2004, 52, 4026-4037 // ORAC Analysis on Matcha Green Tea: Brunswick Laboratories

End of Range Bargains

All the following teas are £2.50 per 100g whilst stocks last.

Black Tea

Black tea is more oxidized than oolong, green and white teas and generally stronger in flavour.

Black tea is usually mixed with other plants to obtain a full-bodied, robust beverage that goes well with milk.

Flavoured Black Tea

Flavoured black teas that are low in tannins are well matched to spices, vanilla, mango and citrus fruit flavourings due to their full bodied nature.

Green Tea

Green tea originates in China, but is associated with many cultures in Asia.

Many varieties of green tea have been created due to differences in environment and farming conditions in the countries that grow it.

Flavoured Green Tea

Our range of flavoured green teas provide some of the health benefits of regular green teas with that extra twist to taste.

White / Yellow Teas

Oolong Tea

Rooibos Tea

Rooibos (redbush) tea comes from a plant grown in a small area of South Africa.

Rooibos tea contains no caffeine and very little tannin and is believed to hold numerous health benefits.

Rooibos tea is prepared in a similar way to black tea and is seen as an ideal healthy substitute for coffee and black teas.

Fruit Teas

Herbal Tea

Herbal teas are often consumed for their physical or medicinal effects and can be drank hot or cold.

Wellness / Ayurveda Teas

Chai Teas

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