Meiko™ Ceremonial Matcha 1kg
Full-bodied with Subtle Floral Aromas
This hearty ceremonial-grade matcha brews a deeply rich emerald green cordial with robust body, sweet-savory undertones and a bouquet of floral notes and delicate tannins
Iridescent green in color, Meiko™ (an epithet referencing to the beautiful budding of a flowering plant) is masterfully blended to create a well-defined, flavorsome brew with sweet, mellow top notes, followed by savory undertones of salted caramel and with floral hints of tannins complementing the finish. This matcha is characterized by its remarkable ooika fragrance, a captivatingly refreshing aroma found only in the most exceptional shade-grown green tea. Perfect to be brewed on its own or enjoyed as part of a plethora of health elixirs of choice.
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 flavor anatomy of the tea.
- Store in a cool dry place, away from moisture, sunlight, and odors
- Refrigerate after opening for maximum flavor and potency
PERFECTION is the one word that best describes my experience with Matchaelogist! Will defo come back for more...sooon! ;)
PS: In the picture, I made matcha tiramisu with Meiko Matcha. YUM!
Just by using a tiny amount of matcha powder, it empowers the drink so much. I use it for my matcha drinks that include shots of espresso; some times when I put too much matcha powder it becomes too overpowering, but if you eventually figure out the right amount, you'll be more likely to drink at home that go out. The powder also blends extremely well when using a whisk. Will continue to buy this range as it is very worth it.
Also suitable for non dairy matcha lattes.
at bellissimo Venice California we proud to work with a company who take the green tea Matcha to the next level its not only the highest quality it's the taste and the aroma. way to go my Japanese friend . good customer service !
I have tried all three premium matcha teas . Hands down Meiko has the smoothest yet most complex flavours. And Meiko is (decadent yet) yet divine in desserts( image cocoa butter matcha tartelettes) Alas, it has increased 2x this year in the kilo price, so if looking to stay within budget then I recommend Midori .Whilst less complex ,it has a wonderful slightly alkaline flavour that tickles the back of the throat and makes me smile. Meiko is wonderful tea as are all three( rhyme unintended) :-)