Okumidori w/sugar less sweet (Single origin matcha)
A single-origin Okumidori who grew up in Wazuka, Kyoto. It's a friendly price, but the color is a good balance between the bright green color and the slightly bitter taste of matcha, and we made green tea by combining matcha, which is popular as a matcha for everyday use, with sugar with a slightly modest sweetness. rice field.
It has just the right amount of flavor and can be enjoyed in any season. Not only is it great for matcha lattes at cafes, but it is also used as an ingredient in matcha sweets.
*Ousu: Matcha that is lightly brewed with a smaller amount of matcha compared to koicha.
Classification: Thin tea Producing area: Kyoto Wazuka Picking method: Tencha with scissors 100%
We recommend storing Japanese green tea in a cool, dark place. Avoid places with high humidity, strong light, and strong odors.