Midori Spring Organic Authentic Japanese Ceremonial Matcha Powder Radiation Free, USDA Organic, Kosher, Vegan
- Premium All Around Quality – Great for beginner Matcha drinkers and Chefs. Emerald offers a balance of premium taste with unrivaled versatility. This 1st flush (1st harvest) Matcha is rich vibrant green in color, sweet in aroma with smooth earthy flavors. Our leaves are shade grown, hand picked by farmers and blended by veteran Tea master with over 30 years of experience.
- Bodily Benefits – Our Emerald Class Organic Matcha is rich in antioxidants, with greater than 137x the EGCG levels that of regular steeped tea. Organic Matcha has been shown to help Increase energy levels and alertness without jitters..
- Practical Packagining – Our packaging is formulated to maintain optimal freshness and practical handling. The Matcha is packaged in a food grade pouch inside the storage tin. The size of the pouch and tin have been carefully selected and tested for most practical handling. Matcha should be kept in the pouch (pinch to keep air out) with the lid sealed to maintain freshness once opened. It is highly recommended to store Matcha in a cool, dry place or in the refrigerator.
- Quality and Safety – We at Midori Spring believe in our products 100%. However, our customers are important to us. If you are not 100% satisfied with our product, please contact us immediately for a full refund or exchange. We are here for any questions or concerns.
Made with only the finest and darkest tencha leaves, Midori Spring’s Ceremonial Gold Matcha is rich, smooth and creamy with a hint of sweetness when brewed. Our super premium Gold Class Matcha presents a fresh, sweet aroma and a vibrant emerald green color – a trait only high quality Ceremonial Grade Matcha encompass. Our Emerald and Eco class has great flavor created for specific Matcha drinkers. See chart below.
Rare Mikage Stone Mill
Our carefully selected premium darkest tencha is only grinded by a Mikage Stone Mill. The pattern on the Mikage Stone Mill is hand made and developed based on 1200 years of Matcha history. Only premium ceremonial grades are processed with the Mikage Stone Mill. The type of stone, pattern, weight, and number of spins all play an important role in the quality of the Matcha. One Mikage Stone Mill can only produce 30 to 40 grams of Matcha per hour.