Land of Fire Ceremonial Matcha


(3 customer reviews)

The highest grade of Japanese Matcha, from the “Land of Fire” Kyushu Island, the southernmost and most volcanic Island of Japan.  The green tea leaves are harvested in Early Spring, shaded to maximise the sweetness and vibrancy before being stone ground into this supremely smooth grassy, sweet umami Matcha.

🌱    origin: Kyushu, Japan

🌱   type: green tea

🌱   picked: Spring

🌱    flavour: fresh grass, smooth, mellow, umami

🌱   aroma: delicate, spring, grassy

This purchase will earn you 20-100 Points!
This purchase will earn you 20-100 Points!

Land of Fire Ceremonial Matcha

This incredible vibrant Matcha is grown in Southern Kyushu. This region is known as Land of Fire for two reasons:

Firstly, this is where the land of the rising sun sees the first sun rises and the tea plants receive their first Spring.

Secondly, and arguably the main reason is due to the constant volcanic activity surrounding Kyushu where geothermal energy creates natural hot springs and fertile ash soils. Our matcha is grown near Kagoshima which sits within view of the active volcanoes of Sakurajima Island, known as Cherry Blossom Island. 

Sakurajima Volcano

Sakurajima Kyuhsu, Japan

new to matcha?

Elevate your tea experience with our easy-to-use, ceremonial matcha teaware.


experience the ancient Japanese tea ceremony

Our matcha ceremony kit contains all the accessories needed to make a delicious matcha in a traditional way.

for smooth matcha with minimal effort

Prepare the perfect matcha with our high quality fine mesh strainer. 


immerse yourself into Japanese culture

The purple bamboo matcha whisk is hand made using a mind blowing feat of human skill and ingenuity.

How to prepare a traditional matcha

Weight 0.3 kg

30g, 100g, 250g

3 reviews for Land of Fire Ceremonial Matcha

  1. Sowmya

    Love the refreshing taste of Matcha and aroma. I like their sustainable mini-whisk is made out of sturdy bamboo and is perfect for on-the-go matcha making!

  2. Petal

    finally tried this very special ceremonial grade matcha! a sweet, grassy one with a subtle note of pine and a mild umami undertone to it .. a very refreshing summer beverage! I didnt add any milk and sugar though.. just hot water and whisk till frothy!

  3. Will Brown

    Honestly the best matcha I’ve had in while! Will be buying some more soon.

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