Costco Organic Matcha Green Tea Powder

This is my first time buying organic matcha green tea powder. The impulse by was because a nice lady walking by saw me looking at it & convinced me to buy it. She said “it’s the best stuff around & by far the cheapest price anywhere”. The only thing I know about matcha green tea is my wife loves her matcha green tea latte’s. We’re always into trying new health products, so i figured we would give this a try.

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Within hours of coming home my wife made some matcha green tea cookies & they were good! They were lacking in that vivid green color seen on many other websites, but they made up for it with taste. If she reads this I’ll probably be sleeping outside with my new Costco Mocha Patio Heater =). I’ve also been using this as an alternative to my morning cold brew because I’ve been drinking too much coffee lately. I throw it in a blender bottle with almond milk, cinnamon, vanilla & honey and pour it over ice. It’s PHENOMENAL!

Costco Organic Matcha Green Tea Powder

This organic matcha green tea powder is made my Sencha Naturals. It is organic, gluten free & non-GMO. You can drink it hot or cold, blend it in a smoothie, bake with it, mix it in lemonade & mix it with a yogurt bowl. It is “Sourced from organic tea growers in Kyoto, Japan which is regarded as a premium region for matcha. Green tea leaves are shade grown, hand picked and ground into powder to become matcha. We’ve chosen the ideal grade that combines great taste & an excellent value where you don’t need to be an emperor to enjoy!” (Taken from the packaging)

Price: $19.99, Item: 1291267

If you can’t find this stuff as Costco, I recommend trying this stuff on Amazon…..

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2 thoughts on “Costco Organic Matcha Green Tea Powder

  1. any idea how to find out if this tea has been tested for heavy metals, which I’ve recently learned, are present in many of the teas from china?

    1. That’s a good question. There is a lot of information out there that can be difficult to sift through. There are some companies out there who test specific products & usually charge for a report IF they have tested that product. You can also send the product in for significantly more money to have a company test for heavy metals. That would be the most accurate way. Other than that I would just be regurgitating what you have probably already read. Sorry, I wish I had more info. Hope that helped a little

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