Matsu™ Ceremonial Matcha 20g
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Intense with a Mellow Roasted Flavour
Our signature ceremonial-grade matcha is artisan roasted to produce a rich, creamy body and smooth mouthfeel not unlike a perfectly brewed espresso
Boasting the deepest shade of green reminiscent of Japanese pine trees, Matsu™ is characterised by its captivating roasted aromas brought to the fore by our artisanal roasting technique handed down through generations of matcha sommeliers. The result is a deeply rich and complex symphony of flavours, with notes of 'umami' and savoury-sweet undertones that round out the intensity of the roast, culminating in an exquisite blend with a full body and long, creamy finish.
Please visit: Step-by-step Ceremonial Matcha Brewing Tutorial Video
Place 1/2 tsp (approx. 2 bamboo scoops) of matcha (~1g) in matcha bowl, then wet with 15ml (0.5fl oz) of 70ºC/160ºF water. Thoroughly knead mixture using bamboo whisk until smooth paste forms. Add 70ml (2.4fl oz) of remaining water and mix until consistent.
Upon sipping, roll the liquid around the palate to appreciate the full flavour anatomy of the tea.
- Store in a cool dry place, away from moisture, sunlight, and odours
- Refrigerate after opening for maximum flavour and potency
Smooth and delicious Matcha
So I feel I have tried quite a few different ceremonial grade matcha's by now and when people say a very high ceremonial grade green tea should have no bitterness I didn't think that it was an actual thing but Matsu actually delivers that! Matsu was so smooth and has barely detectable astrigency which amazed me. It is the least bitter matcha I have ever drank, it has a balanced vegetal taste with grassy notes I found personally, which I loved, it made me nostalgic for the Matcha I had in Japan :) If you prefer a more bracing Matcha then Meiko would be more suited, I feel Matsu is more subtle by comparison in flavour profile but in no way is it lacking which I loved personally. This could be used I feel as Koicha (thick tea) but is also great as Usucha (thin tea) definitely reccomended!
Amazing smell and great taste , this is “the next level “