Matcha Okumidori
Organic Japanese Green Tea Powder
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Matcha Okumidori
Matcha Okumidori
Matcha Okumidori
Matcha Okumidori
Matcha Okumidori

Matcha Okumidori is an organic, ceremonial matcha made purely from a single tea cultivar, Okumidori (奥緑), which means “deep green.”



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Okumidori offers a

balanced taste with a

deep umami in perfect

harmony with fresh aroma

About this tea

Matcha Okumidori is made purely from a single tea cultivar, Okumidori (奥緑), which means “deep green.” Okumidori is celebrated for its very vibrant emerald, green color. Among the latest of the tea cultivars to be harvested in spring, Okumidori offers a balanced taste with a deep umami in perfect harmony with fresh aroma. This Organic, Ceremonial quality expression of Matcha Okumidori is produced in the beautiful Kirishima Mountain volcanic region of southern Japan.

Ingredients

Organic green tea. Nutrition Facts: Serv. size: 1 tsp (2g), Amount per serving: Calories 5, Total Fat 0g (0% DV), Sodium 65mg (3% DV), Total Carb. 1g (0% DV), Total Sugars 0g (Includes 0g Added Sugars, 0% DV), Protein 0g. Not a significant source of sat. fat, trans fat, cholest., fiber, vit. D, calcium, iron, and potas. *% DV = % Daily Value.

Origin

Kirishima Mountain, Kagoshima, Japan


Caffeine Level

High

Based on a 8oz cup of tea made with suggested steeping method relevant to the tea type. An average cup of coffee contains about 90 – 120 mg / 8oz cup.

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Preparation
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Traditional Preparation

Sift 1 tsp (1.5g) into a tea bowl.
Add 2.5 oz (75ml) water at 165°F
Whisk until creamy and foamy with a bamboo chasen (whisk).

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Origin

Kirishima Mountain

Kagoshima, Japan

Kirishima Mountain is an active volcano on Japan's southern island of Kagoshima. The mineral rich volcanic soils of Kirishima Mountain create a perfect environment for growing organic teas. Because Kagoshima is situated in the southern region of Japan, the teas grown here are among the first to emerge during the Shincha season in early spring, sometimes even one full month before the northern regions begin to flush. Kirishima Mountain teas are noted for their lively green color and balance of umami with vibrant green bittersweetness.

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