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  • Midori Spring Organic Culinary Matcha 100g, 3.52 Ounce
  • Midori Spring Organic Culinary Matcha 100g, 3.52 Ounce
  • Midori Spring Organic Culinary Matcha 100g, 3.52 Ounce
  • Midori Spring Organic Culinary Matcha 100g, 3.52 Ounce
  • Midori Spring Organic Culinary Matcha 100g, 3.52 Ounce
  • Midori Spring Organic Culinary Matcha 100g, 3.52 Ounce

Midori Spring

Midori Spring Organic Culinary Matcha 100g, 3.52 Ounce

Midori Spring

Midori Spring Organic Culinary Matcha 100g, 3.52 Ounce

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  • AUTHENTIC CULINARY MATCHA - For the Matcha enthusiasts who are looking for the most flavorful Japanese Organic Matcha powder for lattes, smoothies, cooking and baking. Eco Class is olive in color, fresh, and with delicious earthy flavors.
  • PREMIUM QUALITY and FRESHNESS ASSURED - Sourced from the most prestigious tea gardens in Nishio Japan, our leaves are Shade Grown and nurtured in facilities designed to MAXIMIZE the oxygen flow to the roots. The tea leaves are hand picked, and then immediately steamed and cooled to SEAL in the freshness of the Tencha.
  • DAILY ENERGY - With only 1/3 the caffeine of coffee, matcha provides a great source of natural energy (without the JITTERS) throughout the day. Our Culinary grade Matcha is known to contain HIGH L-theanine levels and over 137x the EGCG levels that of regular steeped tea. Used regularly by Zen monks to improve their mental focus while keeping a calm and relaxed body.
  • USDA ORGANIC and KOSHER CERTIFIED - Certified by WSDA, Seattle Va'ad Kosher Certified, Vegan Certified by Vegan Action. Midori Spring Organic Eco Class Matcha also contains NO GLUTEN, NO GMO, and contains no pesticides, soy, wheat of any kind. With our ever changing environment, we perform heavy metals and radiation tests to ensure our Organic Matcha is of the highest quality and safe for consumption.
  • QUALITY DELIVERED - We at Midori Spring believe in our products 100 percent. However, our customers are just important to us. If you are not completely satisfied with our product FOR ANY REASON, please contact us immediately for a full refund or exchange. We offer 60 DAY no questions asked POLICY. We are here for any questions or concerns you may have.
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Fantastic Matcha for the Price!I drink matcha every single day; both as a morning drink in lieu of coffee and in smoothies. As such, when buying matcha my primary concern is achieving an optimal balance of quality and quantity at a reasonable price.The Midori Spring Emerald Class is almost on par with ceremonial grade in terms of quality. The powder itself is very green and the taste is incredible! Honestly the difference in taste between the Midori Spring Emerald Class and a ceremonial grade matcha (such as the Amazon bestselling Kenko Tea Matcha) is so subtle that only the most serious tea drinkers would even notice the difference. And you're getting three times as much matcha for the same price!Prior to trying the Midori Spring Emerald Class I used the DoMatcha Organic Summer Harvest. In terms of quality both products are incredibly similar. A temporary increase in price on the DoMatcha (which seems to now have dropped back down) led me to search for a new matcha at which point I stumbled upon the Midori Spring Emerald Class. I haven't had a chance to compare these two side by side but it seems to me that the Midori Spring is actually a bit less bitter in taste when prepared traditionally (in a bowl with bamboo whisk).Overall, this is an incredible matcha for the price. While I love ceremonial grade matcha, I do not have the bankroll to afford drinking it every day. This Midori Spring Emerald Class is a fantastic matcha for anyone in search of an affordable matcha for daily use! 5DELICIOUS A.F.!!!It's like crack! Can't. Stop. Drinking . . .After reading and comparing all of the different Organic Ceremonial-Grade Matchas, I chose this one as it was a better value and hoped it wasn't a mistake. I WAS RIGHT!!! It's so delicious and smooth and perfect. I've had other Matcha that was not palatable and some that were good, but this one is SO FREAKING GOOD!So, I'm a little OCD and couldn't choke down the idea of not being able to properly wash and sanitize a chasen (bamboo whisk) and then having to store it properly in order to prevent mold and mildew and warping/unfurling of the tines. This was waaaaaaaaaay too complicated for me.This is how I do mine and it whips up a nice frothy cup every time:ITEMS NEEDED:MatchaBoiling waterRoom temp waterCoffee mugLarge stainless balloon whisk that fits in mugSmall mesh strainer/sifterMeasuring SpoonPROCEDURE:1. Boil water2. Fill 1/2 of mug capacity with boiling water3. Fill 1/4 of mug capacity with room temp water4. Leave remaining 1/4 of mug capacity empty5. Scoop out some Matcha with measuring spoon and sift over hot water (keep spoon and mesh strainer dry)6. Put balloon whisk in mug and clasp handle with both flat palms. Then rub back and forth like you're trying to start a fire with a stick. About 5-10 seconds later you'll have produced a nice, thick, creamy foam which signals you are finished!!!7. Do not wash the the spoon and strainer, simply store it in a designated spot that will keep it clean.REASONS:The whole water combo thing (1 part room temp, 2 parts boiling) makes an ideal temp for the tea cuz who the f**k has time to temp water each time they want a cup of tea???Keeping the mesh strainer and a designated measuring spoon in a designated safe spot saves from having to wash them. I have Match twice daily and don't trust that the spoon and strainer would be dry in time for the next serving.Using a stainless balloon whisk is a lot less maintenance than a 100-tine bamboo chasen.All of these things are likely already on-hand in your kitchen. No need to blow $75 on a bowl, chasen, chasen stand, or whatever else I saw out there (unless you're actually gonna take thetime to actually do some sort of ceremony). Me? Not so much. I'm just a regular ol' chick that likes tasty-a** tea. 5I love this matchaI did a lot of research before deciding to try Midori Matcha, and also tried a lot of different brands. I came across one review from Midori brand that did a lot of comparison with other brands, which I really appreciate it. It gave me a clear comparison, and I have to say, I love this matcha. It is exactly what I am looking for, from the taste to the texture. I like matcha with a little bit bitter taste, and it gives me that, fresh and bit bitter, perfect for the latte. It also has a bright green color which I love. Overall, this will be my go-to matcha. It is a pricier than others, but if you are a matcha lover, and really love good matcha, you really should try this, it will be worth every penny. 5... another review that said it was one of the best "budget" buys that didn't compromise quality and tasteI bought this because I read another review that said it was one of the best "budget" buys that didn't compromise quality and taste. I think the leaves are actually from Japan, not China, so it's not likely to be as contaminated by lead. (Japan has very strict standards on what gets out.) I haven't had Matcha for a year since I went to Japan so it only took one day and I was already used to it. It is an acquired taste but from what I've read of what the color should be (it's a true green), this is the good stuff without being the extremely expensive stuff. I love the way it makes me feel. It gives me calm energy that lasts and although I was already doing things to clear up my skin such as changing my diet and skincare, it's been looking better and better since I've been drinking this. I tried going back to coffee for a day but it didn't work for me. I need my Matcha now. It even helps with my allergy symptoms a little. This brand does seem to be rich. I was surprised by how small the can was, but since you don't use that much at a time, it's been a couple weeks and I still have plenty. To clarify - I drink it as a hot tea in the morning only. I payed special attention to how you're supposed to prepare it (that WILL affect your experience) and although I don't have all the ceremonial tools I use what I have to sift, stir and drink immediately. I would buy it again. :) 4Emerald is good, for the priceI'm glad this (Emerald) isn't my first matcha. If you have never had matcha before, you should try a finer one (and, frankly, a smaller quantity) to make a better assessment of whether you really like this genre of tea.It's pretty good if you're like me and like to drink 2-3 cups a day with a dash of milk and a pinch of sugar, but if you drink it straight it'll be noticeably less delicate and sweet and more grassy than other matchas. If you like it straight, you should look to Midori Spring's Gold Class instead or something similar. I like this one less than Teavana, Aiya and Midori Spring Gold Class.... but none of them come close on price per gram. I'll finish this tin just fine but probably will go for a slightly higher grade for daily drinking again after.Gold Class is so delicate in flavor that I blew through the jar faster than any other one, so I downgraded here to Emerald, but I think that the ideal for me is somewhere between the two... maybe I will buy more Gold Class for the weekends when I can really take my time with a cup.Edit: After a few more days with this matcha I'm going to upgrade it from 4 to 5 stars because the price is so good and with a touch of sugar and milk (i really do mean like 1/4 tsp sugar and an ounce of milk), this really does make a very satisfying and more economical morning drink for someone who drinks A Lot of matcha this way. However it has a noticeably larger particle size and I get more residue at the bottom of a cup than other brands, so I have to sort of swirl it a lot while I drink it to get the full flavor. I'm not bothered by the slightly powdery texture, but others might be. 5Midori Spring Organic Ceremonial Matcha -- The lovely green medicine for my joints, allergies, and sinus problems.I didn't start drinking green tea because "oh, yummy, it tastes so good." Now that I've been drinking it for several years, my attitude about green tea has evolved into "oh, yummy, it tastes so good!" There is really just one reason I started drinking green tea -- to prevent the aches and pains associated with aging, also called arthritis. I researched this, and it's true. After around six years of green tea drinking, I've personally experienced it. In a few months I'll be 60, and I do not suffer from aches and pains in my joints which I experienced prior to becoming a green tea drinker.There is really just one reason I began incorporating matcha into my green tea regimen. I needed something stronger than 3 or 4 cups of green tea a day. Why? To help prevent allergies, especially sinus infections. Matcha keeps allergies at bay. I researched this, and it's true. After a pretty bad sinus infection a couple of years ago, and after a lot of research for a natural cure, I decided to try a HIGH QUALITY MATCHA -- MIDORI SPRING ORGANIC CEREMONIAL MATCHA, to keep sinus infections away. Guess what. It works!When the swelling of my gums and a slight head & face ache signal the beginning of trouble in my sinuses, I stir about 1/2 teaspoon of this high quality matcha into a cup of green tea. In short order the creeping symptoms of sinus trouble vanish. This has been life-changing for me.I realize that some people enjoy the matcha ceremony, but presently I only use this high quality matcha, Midori Spring Ceremonial, like a medicine. But I don't use it every day. It's kind of expensive. Instead, I dose myself with matcha (1/2 tsp stirred into tea) when I feel a sinus infection coming on.I am aware of many of the other health benefits of drinking green tea and matcha, but the two biggest benefits I've personally witnessed in myself are prevention of arthritis and allergies. 5No Umami here.The can came sealed and with an expiration date so I had high hopes.Hopes were quickly shattered as I saw the powder was dull olive drab in color.I decided to make it anyway and see how it tastes.It is all bitterness without any good freshness. No vibrant vegetable tones, no umami as I've come to expect with 'Super Premium Japanese Ceremonial Matcha"The powder was light in weight and I can tell it might have been good Matcha at some point in it's early life.Unfortunately, the vacuum sealed tin can didn't help it last until I got it.And there are still months left on the expiration date, hmm.As always, Amazon is great help in these situations, but my search for Matcha has taught me, you get what you pay for. The good stuff is difficult to find. 1A reasonably priced everyday matchaThis is a nice drinkable matcha tea. I'm not an expert, however, I've been drinking matcha for a bit over 20 years. I'd grade matcha into 5 categories. The lowest is just finely ground green tea from who knows where. It's best used for inclusion in commercial food products and nasty to drink. Next is what's called culinary grade. It's not horrible on its own, but best included in home baked goods or in smoothies. This emerald class matcha is a nice everyday drink. If it were a wine, I'd compare it to two buck Chucks or very ordinary table wine. Then there is the higher priced matcha you can find on Amazon, which is more like fifteen to twenty dollar a bottle wine, which is fancy for most of us. I've been privileged to drink high end matcha on a couple of occasions. Think very expensive French wine. This is a reasonable compromise between reasonable affordability and drinkability. I have it as an after breakfast drink a few times a week. 4You Get What you Pay For - Quality you can See & TasteEarlier this year I was curious if there was really that much difference between the lower priced Matcha from China I was seeing on Amazon and the higher priced from Japan. From the lower cost Chinese brands to the high end Japanese brands there is an over 13x per gram cost difference. I decided to order 5 different brands ranging in cost and do a comparison between them. I made my purchase in March 2016 so for review purposes I will be using the prices from that order date, though the prices do fluctuate. I also did the comparison & photos at that time though its taken me awhile to post the reviewFor my review I used American Weigh Scales GEMINI-20 Portable MilliGram Scale, 20 by 0.001 G and SEOH Plastic Hexagonal Weigh Boats Micro Dish 100pk to weigh all the samples within .01 grams of one another. I used the same 5 exact cups with water all the same warm temperature for tasting purposes cleansing my palette between each sample and then redoing them again.The following is the brand name, the price for the quantity I purchased, the quantity in grams in that container, the final price per gram (at time of purchase), and the country of origin. These are listed from cheapest to most expensive. The photos are listed in the same order from left to right - cheapest -> most expensiveMatcha DNA 19.95 283.45 .0704 p/g ChinaOne Organic 19.95 250 .0798 ChinaUse Matcha 25.25 113 .2235 JapanMidori Spring 26.47 30 .8823 JapanKyoto Ippodo 38.99 40 .9748 JapanFirst you will notice that the cheapest "Matcha" comes from China with a substantial increase in price for Japanese Matcha. Also in the photos of both the powder and the liquid there is a very clear transition from left to right from a browner darker green to a brighter more vibrant green - One Organic being the outlier which looks the brownest and as if it would belong farthest to the left. What I found a little surprising was that the level of bitterness seemed to almost directly correspond to the color of the matcha which also almost completely corresponded to the price. Again from left to right the cheapest on the left was the most bitter with the least bitter the very expensive Kyoto Ippodo on the right - One Organic being the outlier here again and being the most bitter, and most brown, more so then the Matcha DNA. I also found the ease with which the Matcha mixes follows the same trend - from left to right the powder becomes finer and easier to mix with One Organic the outlier.So which is the best? Well I'm going to give all of them 5 stars. Why? Because a single rating system as we have here on Amazon creates conflicting ratings depended on the reviewers criteria. If you are rating on an absolute scale of Taste Kyoto Ippodo would be the 5 and One Organic a 1. But the Ippodo costed over 12x as much as the One Organic when i purchased it! Personally I'm going to attempt to rate these based on what I paid for them. The One Organic at my time of purchase costed more then the Matcha DNA and was both aesthetically less pleasing, mixed worse, and was more bitter so it deserved a lower rating but if it were to price itself less it would be a better buy. Checking now as of 8/8/2016 the Matcha DNA is now $19.94 (one cent lower then at purchase) but One Organic is now 14.95 making it a substantially better buy depending on your criteria.If you want Matcha for traditional ceremonial Tea you will probably not want to go lower then the Use Matcha and quite likely the Midori Spring or Higher. For making lattes & shakes Use Matcha may be your sweet spot - needs far less sweetener then One Organic but more than 1/3 less the cost of Midori Spring. For baking purposes it depends again on how much your baking, how bright green you want it without food coloring, and how much sweetener you are willing to add.Personally in the future I do not think I will consider anything below the Use Matcha quality. Perhaps China has some good Matcha but the difference in bitterness between these two and the Japanese Matcha in this review was substantial. As for the other health properties of Matcha - anti-oxidants / improving alertness. While anti-oxidants can probably be measured fairly straightforward with the right equipment science seems to be increasingly mixed on whether more is really better since it determines when & where these anti-oxidants are delivered in the body. Increasing alertness & clarity can be difficult to objectively measure since many other factors would skew results. But it does make me wonder if these properties would follow the same trend.I also wanted to note that I purchased all of these myself. I've seen quite a number of reviews where people were being provided these products free - and who knows how many more where they did not disclose it. 5COLOR, SMELL AND TASTE is offI tried to return it but apparently you can't return this. The color is very weird, it's not bright green as it should be. I've bought matcha from different companies and also when I was in Japan and fresh matcha should be that color but this one is an ugly brownish greenish color, which of course it means this is not fresh matcha. I still gave it a tried and used it for one matcha latte, but the smell and the taste ARE NOT like fresh matcha. Will not buy from this company again 1
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