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Discover a Matcha with a taste of the tropical. Enjoy all the benefits of traditional Matcha, from the antioxidants to the creamy texture but with a hint of coconut, creating a sweet, tropical tea sure to give you that Matcha zing. Naturally sugar-free this powdered green tea is packed with polyphenols and renowned for its energizing properties.
Indulge in the exquisite combination of creamy Matcha and velvety coconut with Whittard's Coconut Matcha. This unique blend of two luxurious flavours creates a heavenly cup of tea that is all natural and sugar free.
Matcha is a truly unique tea experience, offering a powerful and exquisite taste. The green tea leaves (tencha), which are packed with polyphenols, are ground into a fine powder, allowing you to consume all the goodness contained in the leaf. This delivers a healthy dose of L-theanine, renowned for its stress reducing properties amongst other health-benefits.
Our Coconut Matcha is carefully ground from the finest quality tea leaves before being delicately flavoured with coconut. This exquisite blend is sourced from the finest tea gardens, ensuring a tea that is full of flavour and highly aromatic whilst being completely natural and sugar free.
Prepare your Coconut Matcha the traditional way, by using a bamboo spoon (Chasaku) to measure out the powder, placing it in a bowl where it is mixed with hot water and whisked vigorously using a bamboo whisk until frothy. The Matcha is then served – and sometimes drank – from the bowl.
• Origin: Japan
• Tea type: Green
• Number of servings (using 1 heaped 1 heaped chasaku matcha spoon / 1.5g per cup): 30g = 20 cups
Matcha (70%), Flavouring (30%)Suitable for vegetarians and vegans
Storage: Store in a cool, dry place away from strong light and odours. Once opened, store in an airtight container.
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The Green Tea Power Powder
When tea was first introduced to Japan, the Chinese custom was to grind the leaves down to a fine powder, then beat them with water to form a smooth, full-bodied tea. It's a custom that survived in Japan as matcha (literally "powder tea"), a finely powdered green tea which is revered not just as a drink but as a way of life.
Brew the perfect cup
1. Mix paste
2. Top up with water
Recipe: Matcha Latte
We couldn't resist getting a little creative, whisking it into a latte for a moment of indulgence...
1-2tsp Matcha (depending on personal taste)
50ml 75-80°C water (after boiling the water, let your kettle sit with its lid open for 10-15 minutes)
1 cup of milk (we recommend soya milk for a deliciously creamy latte)
Sift the matcha into a bowl to remove any lumps.
Add a splash of hot water.
Whisk clockwise, then anticlockwise, to make a thin, foamy paste.
Heat up your chosen milk and add it to the bowl of matcha.
Whisk back and forth in a “W” motion to create a thick froth with light bubbles on the surface.