Matcha : Japanese green tea

Round and mellow in the mouth, this green tea develops deliciousvegetal notes complemented by a particularly powerful umami flavour. The unique production method makes Matcha highly prized for its numerous benefits.This powdered green tea, rich in caffeine and catechin, is associated with energising, antioxidant qualities.

Discover our selection and let us guide you in preparing and drinking this tea, with its many benefits.

Thé Matcha

Matcha for infusing

For an easy way to prepare Matcha, Palais des Thés has introduced two innovative new Matcha blends suitable for infusing. Discover two new blends that combine powdered Matcha with two emblematic green teas, Sencha and Genmaicha.

    A high-quality blend of Matcha and Genmaicha green teas.
    A high-quality blend of Matcha and Sencha green teas
  • Powdered Matcha

    Powdered Matcha is not infused end instead is whisked into water. This means the tea leaves are consumed and absorbed directly by the body, which explains the delicious flavour of Matcha as well as its many benefits.

    High-quality matcha
  • Preparing Matcha

    Find the essential accessories required to prepare Matcha in the traditional way, and recreate at home the magic of the Japanese tea ceremony.

  • Tea Spatula
    Tea Spatula
    Japanese traditional ustensil
  • Matcha Initiation Set
    Matcha Initiation Set
    Matcha initiation set for the traditional preparation of Matcha tea
  • How to prepare traditional Matcha


    Matcha treats

    Savour the incredible flavour of Matcha tea with these sweet treats -perfect for accompanying a cup of tea or as a snack.

    Cooking with Matcha

    Matcha is increasingly appreciated as an ingredient in cooking. It can be used in a number of ways in both savouryand sweet recipes–its subtle and refreshing flavour complements and enhances other ingredients without masking them.

    Matcha, a descendent of whisked tea

    Introduced by Japanese monks in the 12thcentury, Matcha is prepared by crushing the leaves to a powder as fine as flour, then whisking them into hot water in a bowl. Very stimulating due to its high theine content, matcha was the perfect accompaniment to meditation, helping practitioners to remain alert and focused for hours on end. Perhaps for the same reasons, Samurai warriors began drinking Matcha in the 13th century.

    A ceremonial tea

    The practice of whisking tea remained firmly rooted in Japanese society, where it became one of the pillars of the Cha No Yu, the tea ceremony. This ceremony formalises the connections between tea, Buddhism and the different tea schools. This led Matcha to gain a new symbolic and mystical significance, and the tea gradually became a national treasure.