25 Tasting Notes
I just loved the complex and multi-layered taste of this high quality Matcha.
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Flavors: Sweet, Warm Grass, Umami, Vegetal
Matcha Gold is a solid high quality Matcha, but doesn’t stand out from the crowd of organically cultivated Matcha green teas.
Read more: https://matchaenthusiast.blogspot.com/2016/03/matcha-review-organically-cultivated.html
Flavors: Sweet, Umami, Vegetal
Marukyu Koyama-en is one of my favorite brands. I especially love their cold brew Matcha powder, which is freeze-dried in the preparation process. You just have to add cold water, whisk and enjoy a refreshing bowl of Matcha.
Read more: https://matchaenthusiast.blogspot.com/2017/07/matcha-review-awaraku-by-marukyu-koyama.html
Flavors: Grass, Moss, Smooth, Sweet, Vegetal
A very “green” tasting Matcha.
Flavors: Green, Vegetal
This Matcha is highly aromatic in its scent especially during the whisking process.
Its taste profile is one of the crisp and vegetal Matcha teas with an alga-maritime flavor, a full body and persistent, with an astringent and rich finish.
Flavors: Umami, Vegetal
Matcha Silver makes a good everyday Matcha with a mild body and a long vegetal finish.
There wasn’t any astringency and bitterness but some crispy notes were here and there.
The texture was silky and smooth.
Flavors: Green, Sweet, Vegetal
An organic blend of spring and summer harvest from Kagoshima and Kyoto.
This Sencha is high aromatic in its scent and fills the air with a complex aroma of umami and amami.
The liquor is a cloudy green with yellowish nuances in the cup.
Up to 5 infusions were possible, however, the flavor began already to fade with the 4th infusion.
The flavor was full-bodied and complex with a good balance of sweetness and umami.
The finish was vegetal with a refreshing astringency that gains more intensity in the following infusions.
Flavors: Astringent, Sweet, Tannin, Umami, Vegetal