Matcha ~ Culinary Grade ~ Organic

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Matcha Tea
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  • “I ABSOLUTELY LOVE, LOVE, LOVE THIS MATCHA TEA!!! Aroma: Vegetal and somewhat fruity [let's say a little honeydew melon and a little cucumber]. Taste: Oh what joy! Very delicious! Very...” Read full tasting note
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From SerendipiTea

Japanese shade-grown tencha (green tea) from Kagoshima prefecture milled to a super fine powder. Perfect for baking & culinary recipes or for making lattes & smoothies. *Whisk also available (see Accouterments)

*Tin-tie Kraft Bag made of recycled paper & lined with PLA (plant-based material) packed inside each Tin. Simply empty contents of kraft bag into tin for storage.

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Green Tea

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I ABSOLUTELY LOVE, LOVE, LOVE THIS MATCHA TEA!!!

Aroma: Vegetal and somewhat fruity [let’s say a little honeydew melon and a little cucumber].

Taste: Oh what joy! Very delicious! Very fresh too! The taste is a palatable persona of the aroma. This matcha has a slight fruity undertone complementing the overtone of grass [but not earthy…let me explain, when I think of “earthy” I taste the minerals from the dirt and maybe a little mushroom…again, the dirty earth…“grass” to me is earthy but as a vegetal characteristic]. The fruit that is playing harmony on the palate is honeydew melon and cucumber [and YES, a cucumber is a FRUIT!]; it is slight but still noticeable…it actually does complement the vegetal aspect rather than overtake the whole flavor profile. You do experience umami (a mouth feel) which is a little drying…but it “fills” the mouth with the extra sensation of taste.

Aftertaste: Well, there is such an experience but not much of one. The aftertaste is a little spinachy, a little fruity and a little vegetal. The drying feel on the tongue still lingers but not for long.

To add to the experience of preparing and drinking this tea, was the color of this matcha…a chartreuse green…nice, bright, vibrant; then it dulled a little when water is added which turns it to a more of a medium-green jade.

I would highly recommend purchasing this matcha! It is offered at a good price for the amount compared to other companies whom offer less at a more elevated price.

A must buy!

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more

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