Pure Matcha Sachets

1 review

Pure Matcha Sachets

1 review


Pure Matcha Sachets

1 review


Very fine green tea. So fine, in fact, that it's powder. Matcha-lover, you're going to want to try this one.

Sustainable goodness

teapigs was the first-ever, fully plastic-free tea brand. They call their tea bags “tea temples." They’re made from cornstarch mesh and are industrially compostable.

  • Certified USDA Organic
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Why we love it

Matcha-lovers rejoice, this one is strong, fine, and ready to be sipped. So if you're looking for the rich, earthy flavor of your favorite coffee shop matcha, but brewed at home, look no further: teapigs has your answer. We know matcha isn't for everyone, but we think if you're on the fence, this is the one to try. It works well as a latte, or on its own.


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How it does good

Giving back to the communities in Rwanda

Tea sourcing can sometimes negatively impact the regions where tea is grown. teapigs fights against this by supporting communities in Gisenyi, Rwanda, where their teas come from. They use their business model to make a difference. They work with organizations that provide care for disabled children and young adults in Rwanda and make donations towards the hidden costs of education. On top of that, they’re doing their part for the environment. Teas come from high-quality, well-run tea estates, and the packaging is fully plastic-free.

  • supporting key causes

    Donations from the English breakfast tea go toward The Point Foundation in Rwanda. They also contribute to the hidden costs of education with donations to the UCC Children's School.
  • responsible sourcing

    teapigs sources whole ingredients. They don't use any sprays whatsoever, pay their workers a living wage, and use sustainable farming practices.
  • Certified B Corp
  • Forest Stewardship Council Certification

How to use it

One sachet of matcha, milk, a whisk, and ta-da—you've got a latte.

When you're done...

The matcha sachets are recyclable through TerraCycle by following our special instructions. The box is curbside recyclable.

These are general guidelines for broadly-recyclable materials. Check with your local recycler to confirm what they take.

About the Brand



Founders Nick and Louise have a simple mission: get people drinking real, high-quality tea that’s sustainably sourced and packed in environmentally friendly packaging. They source only from sustainable estates working directly with the farmers and were the first tea company certified as plastic free. They also have a partnership with the Point Foundation in Rwanda supporting orphans and vulnerable young people in the Gisenyi region, particularly those with disabilities.
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i liked this a lot! why only 4 stars, it's not a lot in one tiny package... it's yummy! tastes good, the way i want it to. froths real nice in water or milk of choice. it's just not a lot in one tiny sachet. it's $12.99 ($11.69 with subscription) for 15 sachets and one sachet only makes a 6 oz cup. i mean, i love that it's in single serve little packages, but at least for a full 8 oz cup would be nice. i accidentally made it with 8 oz and it was too weak tasting. i haven't found anything yet that is as convenient as this is or less messy to use than this. i want to try some other ones, but i can't seem to find any that are also in single serve packaging than scoop and serve, which is better priced per serving, but super messy. the convenience of these are why i'm still ordering it. i also thought this was the company the plastic wasn't real plastic, but i was wrong. at least hive offers the terracycle bags to order so i can reduce the plastic waste here at home. if you don't think about the plastic waste and the serving size of these, these are great for on the go. I use them at work. they have regular coffee machines and a keurig machine at work, so these are very convenient for me.