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best Matcha Powder for lattes TZ-M-103


What is the best Matcha Powder for lattes TZ-M-103?

The best Matcha powder for lattes TZ-M-103, we collect tender tea leaves from March to May in spring to make. Twenty days before picking, build a shading scaffold on the tea tree to avoid direct sunlight. It is “covered tea.” Firstly, all the picked tea is gathered and sent into the steamer automatically. Secondly, the steamed tea is spread evenly and dried with hot air. This tea is called Tencha. Moreover, cut dried tea into smaller pieces, stems are separated from leaves by air jets, sort leaves according to size, and tea is dried even more to bring out its unique aroma and inspect tea even more closely. Remove all unnecessary stems and old leaves, finally, ground tea into Matcha powder.

The best Matcha powder for lattes TZ-M-103 has a low level of astringency, rich umami, and a unique flavor that is reminiscent of green laver. You can make a great cup of tea with this grade, about 4 grams or one full teaspoon per cup of liquid. Due to its much lower cost, this is a common choice for many consumers who want to enjoy all the benefits of matcha but can’t afford organic ceremonial grade. Pour them into a tea bowl, and rush into boiling water. Stir the tea in the bowl with the teapot to make it froth, then drink it. And it is also suitable for making matcha tea tubes.


Grade: Ceremonial grade/thin tea

Level:  Non-Organic

Shelf Life: 18 Months

Storage: Store in a cool and dry place, keep away from light.


  • 10KG/Bag * 2Bag/Drum  or 25KG/Drum, food grade plastic bag inside with the aluminum bag outside.
  • 1KG/Bag, food grade plastic bag inside with the aluminum bag outside.

best Matcha powder for lattes Technical Data Sheet

AppearanceJade Green or Emerald Green PowderVisual
D601500 MeshGB/T 34778-2017
Loss on Drying≤6.0%GB 5009,3-2010
Ash≤8.0%GB 5009,4-2010
Arsenic<1 mg/kgBS EN ISO 17294-2-2016
Lead<2 mg/kgBS EN ISO 17294-2-2016
Cadmium<0.5 mg/kgBS EN ISO 17294-2-2016
Mercury<0.1 mg/kgBS EN 13806-2002
Pesticide Residue
Anthraquinone0.02 mg/kgEN 12393
Clothianidin0.01 mg/kgGB 2763-2016
Pesticides Screen LC-MS/MS in Tea (100 parameters)Annexes 3EN 15662:2008
Pesticides Screen GC-MS/MS in Tea (100 parameters)Annexes 4Internal Method/GC-MS
Total Plate Count≤1000 CFU/gEP <2.6.12>
Yeast and Mold≤100 CFU/gEP <2.6.12>
E.Coli≤10 MPN/gEP <2.6.13>
SalmonellaNegativeEP <2.6.13>
StaphylococcinNegativeEP <2.6.13>