Matcha is as pure and natural as it gets.

AOI process matcha to grind whole Tencha leaves into a vibrant green powder. We don’t add anything to it.  It’s pure and simple. Thus when you eat or drink it – you’re experiencing the very best nature has to provide!

Some Matcha Green Tea Benefits

  • Vitamin C
  • Soluble fiber
  • Insoluble fiber
  • L-Theanine
  • Caffeine
  • Antioxidants (EGCG)

Matcha is rich in antioxidants, naturally occurring chemicals in food that help your body in a number of different ways. The antioxidants in matcha help promote a healthy lifestyle that may aid in reducing free radicals.

Nutritionally, green tea is high in potassium, iron, and magnesium, as well as dietary fiber. What’s more, matcha green tea is also low in calories. Green tea helps to promote stress reduction, control melanin levels and other promotions to healthy lifestyle practices.

Like every other green teas, matcha is known for its numerous health benefits. The wonderful thing about matcha is that you can get the benefits by consuming the entire tea leaf.

Matcha promotes many health benefits and contains properties that may assist in preventing common sickness and may improve digestive function for some. Matcha green tea is, in addition, known for producing a calming, meditative feeling when consumed.

Our matcha is of the highest quality and undergoes strict, independent testing to ensure that it is safe for consumption around the world. We also feature wholesale organic matcha.

Matcha is known to provide a natural source of energy!

The beauty of Matcha is that you can receive the benefit of the whole, high quality green tea leaf.

Matcha, shade grown tea, is rich in theanine and catechin.

  • Drinking a single cup on Matcha is like drinking ten cups of green tea.
  • L-Theanine has been known to provide hours of lasting energy and clarity due to its relationship with caffeine- and most say it eliminates the type of caffeine crash coffee usually results in.

Go one step further and try USDA Organic Matcha.

Green tea is increasing in popularity, for those who are health-conscious as well as for people in the know about antioxidants and epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG). Westerners are now learning what people in the East have known for thousands of years: the powerful, healing powers of green tea.

Due to Matcha being a natural product, some of the statistics to the right may vary slightly.


Like all green teas, Matcha is credited with providing numerous health benefits.


One serving of Matcha Green tea, 1g per serving, contains the following nutrients* :

Calories 3.47 calories
Protein 274 mg
Total fat 65 mg
Carbohydrate 447 mg
Water 15 mg
Ash 68 mg
Tannin 96 mg
Caffeine 35 mg
Dietary fibers 318 mg
Vitamin A
ß-carotene 291 μg
Letinol equivalent 24.3 μg
Vitamin C 1.75 mg
Vitamin E
α-tocopherol 0.24 mg
Sodium 0.04 mg
Zinc 0.04 mg
Iron 0.14 mg
Calcium 3.35 mg
Potassium 26.6 mg

Additional Information:

epigallocatechin 26 mg
catechin 2 mg
epicatechin 5 mg
epigallocatechin gallate 61 mg
epigallocatechin gallate 61 mg
epicatechin gallate 11 mg
Total: 105 mg
Free Amino Acid
L-aspartic acid 4.73 mg
L-glutamine acid 3.65 mg
L-asparagine 1.37 mg
L-serine 1.08 mg
L-glutamine 0.74 mg
L-threonine 0.54 mg
L-arginine 3.92 mg
L-alanine 0.48 mg
L-theanine 14.26 mg
L-tyrosine 0.49 mg
L-valine 0.071 mg
L-methionine 0.061 mg
γ-amino butyruc acid 0.63 mg
L-isoleucine 0.28 mg
L-phenylalanine 0.21 mg
L-leucine 0.23 mg
L-lysine 1.26 mg
Total: 34 mg

* Nutritional Analysis: Certificate of Analysis No. 072028-1 by Ecopro Research Co., Ltd.