– Packed with antioxidants
(10x more than normal green tea)
including the powerful EGCg
– Boosts metabolism
– Detoxifies naturally
– Calms the mind and relaxes the body
– Rich in fibre
– Rich in chlorophyll
– Rich in vitamins
– Enhances mood
– Aids concentration

Matcha green tea is made from only the finest tea plants, shade-grown for the final three weeks prior to harvest. During the shading the plants produce higher levels of theanine than found in coffee, which accounts for the calming energy felt after drinking. The stems and veins are removed before the leaves are ground to a fine powder which is then dissolved in water meaning the whole leaf is ingested unlike other green teas. Matcha is packed with antioxidants, nutrients and is rich in fibre, chlorophyll and vitamins. Boosting metabolism, it naturally detoxifies, enhances mood and aids relaxation.

You can consume Matcha in many ways – traditionally drunk with hot water but this powdered leaf is versatile


You don't have to have your Matcha hot, add to a smoothie, knock back as a shot...

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If you're feeling a little more adventurous use this wonderfully earthy green tea in a cocktail...

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ukiyo matcha baking

Matcha is also an amazing ingredient for cooking, baking or sprinkling over breakfast bowls...

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UKIYO is a London based start-up. All UKIYO flavours are hand blended in the UK and delivered from London. We only use premium-quality Japanese green tea, farmed on the hills of the Shizuoka Prefecture, to create our unique, beautifully crafted range that is so much more than tea.


To complement our pure traditional ceremonial grade tea, we have developed five unique flavour profiles that enhance and work with our pure matcha with the addition of fruits and spices.



UKIYO has been designed to be drunk in the traditional way, but can also be drunk as healthy shot, added to smoothies and lattes, mixed as a cocktail, used for baking or sprinkled over food.

UKIYO is a Japanese word which closely translates to ‘the floating world’ and means ‘to be in the moment and detach from the bothers of everyday life.’