Organic Matcha Powder TZ-M-201
What is Culinary Organic Matcha Green Tea Powder Principal TZ-M-201?
TIZAN Culinary Organic Matcha green tea powder Principal TZ-M-201 is intended to be combined with other substances and is grown for that very purpose. That is why we should not think of these teas as “low” grades. They are just different, the same way that high-quality cooking wines differ from wine produced exclusively for drinking. We pick its tea leaves later than TZ-M-101/102, and the taste is heavier.
You can make a great cup of tea with this grade, but you will need to use more powder, 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 Culinary grade matcha green tea powder but can’t afford ceremonial grade.
The green tea plants are shade-grown for three to four weeks before harvest. The tea leaves slow down growth, stimulates an increase in chlorophyll levels, turns the leaves a darker shade of green, and cause the production of amino acids, particularly theanine. After harvest, the leaves are briefly steamed and dried, known as tencha. Finally, remove all stems so that only the pure leaves are left. Then, we ground tencha to the fine powder, bright green powder known as matcha.
Grade: Culinary grade
Level: Organic / Principal
Shelf Life: 18 Months
Storage: Store in 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.
Technical Data Sheet
|D60||1000 Mesh||GB/T 34778-2017|
|Loss on Drying||≤6.0%||GB 5009,3-2010|
|Arsenic||<0.05 mg/kg||BS EN ISO 17294-2-2016|
|Lead||<0.5 mg/kg||BS EN ISO 17294-2-2016|
|Cadmium||<0.05 mg/kg||BS EN ISO 17294-2-2016|
|Mercury||<0.05 mg/kg||BS EN 13806-2002|
|Aminomethylphosphonic acid (AMPA)||0.01 mg/kg||USGS Techniques and 5-A10|
|Folpet||0.01 mg/kg||BS EN 15662:2018|
|Folpet/Pl (Sum calculated as Folpet)||0.01 mg/kg|
|Phthalimide (Pl)||0.01 mg/kg|
|Perchlorate||0.01 mg/kg||EURL0SRM QuPPe-Method|
|Matrine||0.01 mg/kg||Internal Method, LC-MS/MS|
|Pesticides Screen LC-MS/MS in Tea||Annexes 1||BS EN 15662:2018|
|Pesticides Screen GC-MS/MS in Tea||Annexes 2||BS EN 15662:2018|
|Total Plate Count||≤1000 CFU/g||EP <2.6.12>|
|Yeast and Mold||≤100 CFU/g||EP <2.6.12>|
|Staphylococcus aureus||Negative||EP <2.6.13>|