Matcha Tea Noike
Matcha Tea Noike
Smoother ceremonial matcha with some light notes of edamame and baby spinach. This matcha is made from the Okumidori cultivar, a premium tea cultivar prized for its smooth and creamy flavor. This is quite similar to our matcha washimine but with a little bit more astringency. You may notice a slight tingling on the tongue with this tea but for the most part it is smooth and sweet.
What You'll Get
🍃 JAS Organic Green Tea
🍃 Calming, Relaxing Theanine
🍃 Higher Caffeine Content
🍃 Long Lasting Energy Throughout the Day
🍃 Naturally Gluten Free and Vegan
🍃 Complex Flavor Profiles
What it Tastes Like
🍵 Smooth, Creamy Flavor
🍵 Light Floral Notes
🍵 Round Finish
How Much Tea Does it Make?
This packet contains 50 grams of powdered tea, enough to make 40 cups of matcha
Meet the Farmer
Mr. Noike owns a small farm surrounded by a dense forest, giving a unique microclimate to his teas. With the tall pine trees growing nearby, the tea plants are given partial shading throughout the day, leading to an even smoother and sweeter taste.
About the Farm
This Okumidori matcha comes to us from a small farm in Wazuka, slightly south of Kyoto. The area around Kyoto has always been famous for its matcha production, ever since the early 1200s. Still today, Uji, Ujitawara and Wazuka produce much of Japan's best matcha, and there are many talented matcha farmers with unique styles of cultivation.
How to Brew it
Add 2 grams of matcha to a bowl and then pour in 100-150ml of 160-175F water. You can then scrape off the sides of the bowl and begin whisking with you matcha whisk
Very Popular as a Gift
Our fans like to give away our teas on birthdays, weddings and other special days! Our samplers are highly recommended as gifts!
Always Pesticide Free
We make sure to only source teas from reputable farmers that grow tea without the use of conventional pesticides or chemicals. We meet with the farmers in person and tour the fields and facilities. We look at the sustainability of the field, the attention to detail and quality control of the facility and of course the taste of the tea.