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Midori Spring Organic Ceremonial Grade Matcha - GOLD Class - Green Tea Powder From Japan 30g

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Midori Spring Organic Ceremonial Grade Matcha - GOLD Class - Green Tea Powder From Japan 30g

MSRP: $35.99
Was: $35.99
Now: $27.00
You save: $8.99


Use 2gr of tea per 150ml of water.

How to taste tea


For the optimum infusion use 85°C <185°F> water.

If you like milk, use water at 100°C <212°F>

Brew time

Infuse for 1 - 3 minutes, tasting regularly.


Sip hot or top with ice for iced tea

Product details

Midori Spring’s Ceremonial Gold Matcha is rich, smooth and creamy with a hint of sweetness when brewed traditionally. Only the best and darkest tencha are used for Gold Class. Gold Class has a fresh, sweet, green-vegetable-like aroma and the colour is a vibrant emerald green – a trait only high quality Ceremonial Grade Matcha encompass. You can enjoy a Gold Class traditional brew or you can create your own Matcha inspired recipe. Whichever style you prefer to have your Matcha, you can experience the numerous health benefits it has to offer. There are many immediate and long term health benefits when consuming Matcha, which include: increase in energy without the jitters, reduce stress and improve mental alertness, improve metabolism and help with weight loss, boost immune system and reduce inflammation and help the body cleanse of harmful toxins.

Why Choose Our Gold Class Organic Ceremonial Matcha

We only select the best tencha (raw material) for our Gold Class – the darker the better since it contains more chlorophyll (see Benefits below). Gold Class only uses 1st Flush (1st Harvest) tencha. The 1st Flush is always the best because brand new baby leaves are handpicked and have been on the tea tree for a shorter duration. Gold Class is Organic, Vegan, Kosher Certified, Gluten and GMO Free. Our tea plantations are free of pesticides, herbicides and only natural fertilizers are used. Strict Organic and Kosher regulations are followed. High production standards are practiced for all Midori Spring products. The grinding process plays a vital role in the quality and taste of Gold Class. Gold Class is only grinded by a Mikage Stone Mill Superior Health Benefits There are endless health benefits when it comes to drinking Matcha.


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Some of the top health benefits:

  • Energy boost without the jitters
  • Reduces stress and improves mental alertness.
  • Increases metabolism and aids with weight loss.
  • Boosts immune system and reduces inflammation.
  • Helps the body detox and cleanse harmful elements.
  • Research has shown that by drinking Matcha can help prevent cardiovascular diseases, decrease the risk of cancer, reducing arthritis, and the list goes on

Usage and Brewing

Matcha can be used in a wide variety of applications and is easy to brew. Use a traditional Matcha bowl or any favourite tea mug. Place approximately 1 teaspoon of Midori Spring Gold Class Matcha into bowl/mug and pour 60mL/2oz of hot water at 72-76°c, 162-169°f. Use a frother or bamboo whisk to blend until a fine foam appears. Adjust water and Matcha amount to your liking. More details on how to make the perfect brew.


Nutritional Information

One of the top Superfoods of today – Matcha is rich in antioxidants, close to zero calories, and has the highest anti-oxidant levels of any benverage or food. Matcha contains a specific Catechin called Epigallocatechin Gallate (EGCg) up to 137x that of regular steeped tea, and has an high levels of the Amino Acid L-Theanine.  
Matcha is one of the greatest Superfoods of all time – rich in antioxidants, close to zero calories, and has the highest rated ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity). Matcha also contains a specific Catechin called Epigallocatechin Gallate (EGCg) up to 137x that of regular steeped tea, and has an abundance of the unique Amino Acid L-Theanine. Matcha is a great energy booster due to the combination of caffeine and other natural properties but it does not give you the jitters compared to coffee or energy drinks because Matcha forms links with a variety of nutrients so that it enters the bloodstream in a time-released manner. Matcha is also nutritiously superior to loose leaf green teas because you are consuming the entire leaf and not just the infusion. Research has found that Matcha contains over 100 times more EGCg than any other tea on the market.

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  • A reasonably priced everyday matcha

    Posted by Michael McKee (Amazon Reviewer) on 30th Apr 2019

    This is a nice drinkable matcha tea. I'm not an expert, however, I've been drinking matcha for a bit over 20 years. I'd grade matcha into 5 categories. The lowest is just finely ground green tea from who knows where. It's best used for inclusion in commercial food products and nasty to drink. Next is what's called culinary grade. It's not horrible on its own, but best included in home baked goods or in smoothies. This emerald class matcha is a nice everyday drink. If it were a wine, I'd compare it to two buck Chucks or very ordinary table wine. Then there is the higher priced matcha you can find on Amazon, which is more like fifteen to twenty dollar a bottle wine, which is fancy for most of us. I've been privileged to drink high end matcha on a couple of occasions. Think very expensive French wine. This is a reasonable compromise between reasonable affordability and drinkability. I have it as an after breakfast drink a few times a week.

  • Fantastic Matcha for the Price!

    Posted by Arachnotron (Amazon Reviewer) on 25th Apr 2019

    I drink matcha every single day; both as a morning drink in lieu of coffee and in smoothies. As such, when buying matcha my primary concern is achieving an optimal balance of quality and quantity at a reasonable price. The Midori Spring Emerald Class is almost on par with ceremonial grade in terms of quality. The powder itself is very green and the taste is incredible! Honestly the difference in taste between the Midori Spring Emerald Class and a ceremonial grade matcha (such as the Amazon bestselling Kenko Tea Matcha) is so subtle that only the most serious tea drinkers would even notice the difference. And you're getting three times as much matcha for the same price! Prior to trying the Midori Spring Emerald Class I used the DoMatcha Organic Summer Harvest. In terms of quality both products are incredibly similar. A temporary increase in price on the DoMatcha (which seems to now have dropped back down) led me to search for a new matcha at which point I stumbled upon the Midori Spring Emerald Class. I haven't had a chance to compare these two side by side but it seems to me that the Midori Spring is actually a bit less bitter in taste when prepared traditionally (in a bowl with bamboo whisk). Overall, this is an incredible matcha for the price. While I love ceremonial grade matcha, I do not have the bankroll to afford drinking it every day. This Midori Spring Emerald Class is a fantastic matcha for anyone in search of an affordable matcha for daily use!

  • You Get What you Pay For - Quality you can See & Taste

    Posted by Rx (Amazon Reviewer) on 24th Apr 2019

    Earlier this year I was curious if there was really that much difference between the lower priced Matcha from China I was seeing on Amazon and the higher priced from Japan. From the lower cost Chinese brands to the high end Japanese brands there is an over 13x per gram cost difference. I decided to order 5 different brands ranging in cost and do a comparison between them. I made my purchase in March 2016 so for review purposes I will be using the prices from that order date, though the prices do fluctuate. I also did the comparison & photos at that time though its taken me awhile to post the review For my review I used American Weigh Scales GEMINI-20 Portable MilliGram Scale, 20 by 0.001 G and SEOH Plastic Hexagonal Weigh Boats Micro Dish 100pk to weigh all the samples within .01 grams of one another. I used the same 5 exact cups with water all the same warm temperature for tasting purposes cleansing my palette between each sample and then redoing them again. The following is the brand name, the price for the quantity I purchased, the quantity in grams in that container, the final price per gram (at time of purchase), and the country of origin. These are listed from cheapest to most expensive. The photos are listed in the same order from left to right - cheapest -> most expensive Matcha DNA 19.95 283.45 .0704 p/g China One Organic 19.95 250 .0798 China Use Matcha 25.25 113 .2235 Japan Midori Spring 26.47 30 .8823 Japan Kyoto Ippodo 38.99 40 .9748 Japan First you will notice that the cheapest "Matcha" comes from China with a substantial increase in price for Japanese Matcha. Also in the photos of both the powder and the liquid there is a very clear transition from left to right from a browner darker green to a brighter more vibrant green - One Organic being the outlier which looks the brownest and as if it would belong farthest to the left. What I found a little surprising was that the level of bitterness seemed to almost directly correspond to the color of the matcha which also almost completely corresponded to the price. Again from left to right the cheapest on the left was the most bitter with the least bitter the very expensive Kyoto Ippodo on the right - One Organic being the outlier here again and being the most bitter, and most brown, more so then the Matcha DNA. I also found the ease with which the Matcha mixes follows the same trend - from left to right the powder becomes finer and easier to mix with One Organic the outlier. So which is the best? Well I'm going to give all of them 5 stars. Why? Because a single rating system as we have here on Amazon creates conflicting ratings depended on the reviewers criteria. If you are rating on an absolute scale of Taste Kyoto Ippodo would be the 5 and One Organic a 1. But the Ippodo costed over 12x as much as the One Organic when i purchased it! Personally I'm going to attempt to rate these based on what I paid for them. The One Organic at my time of purchase costed more then the Matcha DNA and was both aesthetically less pleasing, mixed worse, and was more bitter so it deserved a lower rating but if it were to price itself less it would be a better buy. Checking now as of 8/8/2016 the Matcha DNA is now $19.94 (one cent lower then at purchase) but One Organic is now 14.95 making it a substantially better buy depending on your criteria. If you want Matcha for traditional ceremonial Tea you will probably not want to go lower then the Use Matcha and quite likely the Midori Spring or Higher. For making lattes & shakes Use Matcha may be your sweet spot - needs far less sweetener then One Organic but more than 1/3 less the cost of Midori Spring. For baking purposes it depends again on how much your baking, how bright green you want it without food coloring, and how much sweetener you are willing to add. Personally in the future I do not think I will consider anything below the Use Matcha quality. Perhaps China has some good Matcha but the difference in bitterness between these two and the Japanese Matcha in this review was substantial. As for the other health properties of Matcha - anti-oxidants / improving alertness. While anti-oxidants can probably be measured fairly straightforward with the right equipment science seems to be increasingly mixed on whether more is really better since it determines when & where these anti-oxidants are delivered in the body. Increasing alertness & clarity can be difficult to objectively measure since many other factors would skew results. But it does make me wonder if these properties would follow the same trend. I also wanted to note that I purchased all of these myself. I've seen quite a number of reviews where people were being provided these products free - and who knows how many more where they did not disclose it.

Ceremonial Gold Class
Green Tea, sweet, earthy

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