Organic-certified Ceremony Grade Matcha

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Well-selected the fresh yong tea leaves in early April in our cooperated shadow-covered tea field; ground in the traditional stone mill method, this Matcha contains the highest ECGG and other nutrients ingredients & fibers in teas, which can be wholly digested by the body.

This ceremony Matcha enjoys a very natural light high quality Long Jing aroma(like fresh chestnut aroma mixed with light vegetal aroma), with smooth taste & thick lingering sweetness after drinking the tea.

It is originated from Hangzhou, Zhejiang province. It is one of our cooperated tea base. The tea bush has been shadowed in mid of March to make the ceremony grade Matcha. The tea field is registered in China Inspection and Quarantine Bureau and meets the European minimum residue level. For the ceremony grade Matcha, it is limited in amount per year, and only harvested in early April.

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I found the strong, vegetal flavor of this matcha very unappealing. It had a bitter after taste and gritty texture that kept me from fully enjoying it. I was very surprised to learn it was a ceremonial grade matcha, due to it’s washed out color it more closely resembled culinary grade. I strongly suspect it may be old because I’ve never seen a ceremonial grade look so dingy or give me so much trouble when I whisk. According to the JK Tea Shop website, this was harvested in April 2014 making it over a year old.

You can read the full results of the blind taste test on my blog:


How disappointing :(

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