Ingredients: Organic Japanese mulberry leaf powder (100%)
Product weight: 40g
Kuwa (桑) is Japanese for mulberry and Matcha (抹茶) is Japanese for powdered tea. Just like traditional Matcha, Kuwa Matcha is a vibrant green, finely ground powder which has been widely enjoyed in Japan for centuries. Instead of tea leaves, it is made using mulberry leaves and unlike green tea Matcha, it is naturally caffeine free.
Clearspring Organic Japanese Kuwa Matcha is made using the finest quality organic and sustainably grown mulberry leaves that are grown in Kagoshima, Japan, where volcanic soils and humid climates make for ideal growing conditions. Once harvested the leaves are steamed, dried and ground into a fine powder which is just as versatile and delicious as traditional Matcha.
Kuwa Matcha has a delicious, balanced flavour that is less astringent than the taste associated with green teas and Matcha powder. It is the perfect zero-caffeine alternative if you enjoy the taste of Matcha, but wish to reduce or avoid caffeine.
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Thank you Clearspring for creating such a beautiful product. I have been using it as a replacement for my usual matcha due to sensitivity to caffeine. The taste is really divine and makes the petfect “no caffeine”matcha. The taste is slighlty grassy, the coulour vibrant green and has a real soothing taste. I have just purchased 3 bags in advance!!
This matcha tea has a subtle, beautiful green taste. It is delightful as a drink in the evening in oat milk, it feels calming and makes a satisfying alternative to caffeine.
This matcha tea is simply divine and being caffeine free is fantastic for those of us wanting to reduce our intake. Please don’t stop stocking this tea!
Perfect alternative to traditional matcha tea. A delightful mild flavour. Happy with it. Thank you.
I wish this hit the spot! It would have been the answer to my prayers. Thank you so much to clearspring for bringing it to the uk. Sadly for me this is just too tantalisingly mild, even when I try making it quite a lot stronger than recommended. The smell is great but that grassy taste I’m craving barely reaches me. I think for ‘mellow’ best read ‘very mild’ flavour. Don’t expect the taste experience of a green tea matcha here. Probably that’s where I’m going wrong! I will continue praying to the matcha gods for a really satisfying decaf option - we’ve got there with coffee after all…