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Aiya Matcha To Go Single Serve Packs

The Perfect Balance Of Natural Sweetness And Earthiness, Ceremonial Grade Tea Powder, Aiya Tea, A Perfect Blend

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Analysis of 88 reviews for Aiya Matcha To Go Single Serve Packs

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BestViewsReviews analyzed 95,354 reviews for 124 products in the Matcha Powder and Tea category.

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We analyzed a total of 88 reviews for this product out of which, 53 reviews were received in the last 6 months.

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The analysis indicates that around 100% reviews were positive while around 0% of reviews had negative sentiment.

BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Aiya Matcha To Go Single Serve Packs

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This product received a total score of 8.00 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 8 features:

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  • Question & Answers

    Q:

    The packaging has changed and they no longer use ceremonial grade moksha or non-gmo fiber.

    A:

    Our packaging has recently changed for this item, but it still uses ceremonial grade Matcha and non-gmo corn fiber.

    Q:

    What are the ingredients that are used?

    A:

    It is 100% pulverized young dried tea leaves and stem.

    Q:

    Is there any caffeine in it?

    A:

    This isn't decaffeinated tea, so there will be some caffeine in the leaves, but it's less than coffee.

    Q:

    Is it possible to sell this no-whisking product in a larger container than single serving?

    A:

    Aiya has a 30g tin, but it's not "to-go" but I believe it's what you're looking for.

    Q:

    I think they were talking about what the measured quantity was in the packet.

    A:

    I think 1g is the equivalent of.0353 ounces, which is why I think 4g is the equivalent of 4g.

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