Matcha Do About Nothing - NovelTea Tin

Our Matcha Do About Nothing Tea stages a lovely silky finish that is befitting of Shakespeare’s romantic comedy. 

The English may not have yet had tea in the 17th century, but the silky finish of this Japanese Matcha would have caused much ado about something. The Tin is a tribute to the Bard himself with design inspirations coming from all the way back in the year 1632 when Thomas Cotes printed Shakespeare’s Second Folio. The decorations include thematic elements of the play itself. 

“For which of my bad parts didst thou first fall in with me?”

Includes two Shakespeare bookmarks with quote and instructions..

Ingredients: Matcha Tea Powder. Moderate Caffeine.
    Contains 2 oz (56g tea) = 22 cups
    Tea Caddy Size: 8.3 x 6.2 x 1.8 inches

    NovelTea Tins are metal tea containers that look like books. Each punny title in the library is individually designed to add a touch of vintage beauty to any book shelf or tea station. It's a unique storage solution for the tea collector that has everything.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 12 reviews
    Fantastic Product

    Bought as a one year anniversary gift for my Girlfriend. We watched Much Ado about Nothing on our First date, and she is a tea fanatic. Literally the perfect gift. Thank you

    Henrietta Place
    Perfect Gift for my Literary Best Friend

    I loved it! Ordered for a friend, and it was absolutely perfect for her. The only imperfection was that the tin arrived dented, which may not have been the sender’s fault anyway. Still a great Christmas I need to get one for myself!

    Hi Henrietta!

    Thank you for your review! We replace dented tins, even when it's not our fault. :-) Send us an email and we'll arrange a new, undented tin for you.

    Jorgen & the Novelteas Team

    Jon M.
    Never received it

    Title says it all. I will update my review if I ever receive my order.

    Mary Mahoney

    Matcha Do About Nothing - NovelTea Tin

    Jean Martin
    Delicious and high quality matcha for iced lattes

    I've never tried matcha before as I try to avoid caffeine, but this came in a British authors set I bought and I used it to make iced latte with Oatly and some honey. It is addictingly delicious and refreshing this summertime. A friend of mine recommended another matcha which I tried and it was clumpy. This one by NovelTeas is so fine and high quality. I already bought another one and will continue to keep buying this tea. I'll use it hot when the weather gets colder.

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