YUGEN MATCHA #0
Although the price is friendly, it has a good balance between matcha's umami and slight bitterness, making it a popular matcha blend for everyday use.
* Not only is it suitable for making thin noodles, but it is also suitable for making iced tea.
It has just the right amount of flavor and can be enjoyed in any season.
As a raw material for matcha sweets, it has excellent color and fragrance. (It will be a high-class raw material for matcha sweets.)
*Ousu: Matcha that is lightly brewed with a smaller amount of matcha compared to koicha.
*Thin green tea, characterized by its mellow umami and slightly gentle astringency.
It is a blend that is used in tea ceremonies where you can enjoy the rich aroma and matcha-like flavor of the original tea leaves of matcha.
Classification: Usucha Production area: Kyoto Prefecture How to pick: Tencha with scissors 100%
Varieties: Gokou, Komakage, Yabukita, Saemidori, Okumidori Tea Season: First-grade tea
We recommend storing Japanese green tea in a cool, dark place. Avoid places with high humidity, strong light, and strong odors.