Organic White Matcha

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From Matcha Outlet

Usually when you hear the word Matcha, you automatically think about Green Tea. Well, we have put a spin on the Matcha name and technique with our White Matcha. White Matcha is made in exactly the same way as regular Green Tea Matcha is made: stone ground to a fine powder. But we have done it with White Tea. Why would we offer you a White Matcha? For people who like Matcha Tea in its original form as a Green Tea, you know how flavorful and pure it is. We want to give that to all tea lovers. Whether you like Green Tea, Black Tea, White Tea or any other kind of tea, we want you to experience the Matcha in different flavors.

What does stone grinding do for tea leaves? It is quite simple. This is special process that does not take away from the flavor or take away any of the health benefits of original tea leaves. Basically with the stone grinding process, you are getting the highest quality tea in its purest form outside of just having straight from the tea tree. It is simple and straightforward, leaving tea leaves with tons of flavor and amazing healthful qualities.

White Tea has some wonderful qualities to help maintain good health. In essence, White Matcha contains those same qualities with a purer taste. The health benefits of White Matcha include:

High antioxidant count to kill free radicals in the blood stream Reduces the risk of certain types of cancer Decreases fine lines and wrinkles in the skin Helps maintain a beautiful complexion Has only one percent (1%) caffeine content of coffee

As you can see, there are many great qualities of White Matcha that will help you everyday. What is the flavor of amazing White Matcha? Its flavor is quite mild with a vague natural sweetness. It is lightly malty and does not have a grassy taste like some teas do. White Tea is delicate with a slight perfume-like taste.

White Matcha is a great tea and our White Matcha is of the best quality and is one of the most competitively priced. We offer many varieties of Matcha Tea for you to enjoy. Try us today and you will not go back to any of the other tea companies again.

Company formerly known as Red Leaf Tea.

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GUESS WHAT YOU GUYS! Today is my one year Steepsterversary!!! During my first year I wrote 537 tasting notes, got 115 followers, and currently have 58 teas in my online cupboard. I probably have closer to 100 in my real life cupboard, because I never add small samples or small swaps to my online cupboard. I’ve had so much fun and met so many nice fellow tea lovers this past year! It is great to be here! :D

Anyway, I started my day today with an avocado/white matcha shake. One of my faves! I will bust out some other old favorites to celebrate throughout the day, hehe :)


Happy anniversary!


Correction! Steepsterversary. :P


Happy steepster anniversary!! :-)


Wow! Happy Steepster Anniversary!


Happy steepster birthday! woohoo!!


Woohoo! Grats!


Thanks guys!


Happy Steepaversery!




Whoa! I have been here three months longer than you and only have 167 notes. I’m slacking!
Happy anni! :)

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Happy Anniversary!


Yayy!! Congrats!


Happy anniversary!

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Okay…I’m drinking this one JUST FOR Azzrian – she wanted to know about Red Leaf’s White matcha…well, I have tried this before…see previous notes. It’s been a while…TOO LONG, actually. I really LOVE LOVE LOVE this White Matcha. I still think tea companies need to do more White Matcha! C’mon!!!! Please?


ahhh shucks :) Thank you!

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I AM IN LOVE! Thank you thank you thank you Stephanie for this very generous amount in our swap:) I have FINALLY SUCCESSFULLY made my first matcha latte. I always had a lot of trouble of making matcha, but not this time! :D I used my ninja pulse single serve blender to make a foamy iced latte/Frappe out of this and it was so good. It is crazy how such a tiny serving of this goes a LONG ways. It so intriguing that this is a WHITE Matcha. It has a tad bit more natural sweetness to it than your average green Matcha. Anyways thank you again for this I will be savoring this and eventually hope to invest in some myself. But not being in the position for a while to buy tea:( Until then, my swap quantity will have to do:)


Glad I sent you a pretty large sample!!! I have a Ninja too and I LOVE it! Perfect for single serve smoothies :)

BrewTEAlly Sweet

Have u made matcha in it yet?


Actually, no! Gonna have to now ;)

BrewTEAlly Sweet

Let me know what u did and how it turned out:)

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Another sample from the Here’s Hoping TTB.
I’m probably using the wrong heading for this, as the label says “White Matcha Sample 3”. But I don’t care. There is no entry to match the label, & since this is from Red Leaf, this will be good enough.

I don’t know if this is stale, or what. When I opened it, it smelled like a jar of lipton instant ice tea. I treated it like I treat regular Matcha, whipping it into a foamy cup in my Matcha bowl, & it was terrible, LOL. At least, I didn’t care for it at all. Now I know. ;p


I had a white matcha, it was nassssssty. Ended up giving it away to poor Kittenna :P

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Thank you TeaEqualsBliss for sending me some of this Matcha!

Yeah… it’s probably a bit too late to be sipping on Matcha. But… I thought… hey maybe I’ll be alright with it since its WHITE Matcha. But, I’m already feeling myself getting that burst of GO.

This is really good. I’ve tried a couple of white Matcha teas in the past, but this one is definitely the best that I’ve tried. The others all had the same problem … they tasted too bitter… but this one is delightful. It has a pleasant sweetness and really no bitterness to speak of. Smooth and creamy and rich. YUMMMMM!

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This marks the second white matcha that has graced my miso soup bowl. Red Leaf’s smelled like…well…white tea – mildly nutty but floral. As for flavor, there really isn’t much to say beyond a simple word, “Awesome.” It was smooth from the start, never presenting a vegetal kick-back like some regular matchas do.

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So I’m not quite sure why I bought this white matcha, unflavoured anyway. White tea and I do not have the best of relationships going and this is like super concentrated white tea.

The smell is quite like old grass and hay, like the hay bales we used to have in my backyard when I lived in Massachusetts and my Dad had our yard flattened so we could build a plastic and wood skating rink in the backyard. The hay bales held down the plastic around the edges. Mice also lived in them. Hay is not my favourite thing. Those skating rinks were awesome, pretty big too, like 90′ × 30′ in size. Fun in the winter.

This matcha I made up as a latte with a bit more sugar than normal because I’m kind of afraid to drink it. The smell is very bleh. The taste…isn’t as bad as I thought. Still very much ‘white tea’ and a tad astringent, but I put enough sugar in to compensate I think. It cooled down a lot while I was waffling about drinking it and futzing around on Kickstarter. I don’t know that I like this enough to drink this on its own so I’ll have to have a thought about what I can mix it with to still drink it. Or give it away, I guess. Thoughts?

You can find this matcha here if you so desire and like white tea better than I do:


Sounds intriguing, if you decide to give it away lemme know ;) and if you want anything in my cupboard in exchange lemme know, too,heh

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I got this one with the black matcha. And I like this one less than the black matcha. Straight, I find the white matcha far too astringent (I had an involuntary, physical pucker). Like the black matcha, it’s better in a latte, but the brighter taste of the black matcha works better against the milk.

175 °F / 79 °C

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Thank goodness for white matcha! I love green matcha but it’s too hard on my stomach. The white matcha doesn’t have that bright green flavor, rather that very delicate white tea flavor, but also doesn’t make me throw up, which is even better. I’ve been adding a few shakes of it to my favorite white teas and it blends right in.

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