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Matcha Tea ‘Hoshi no mukashi’ (Usucha) 20g
Usucha is standard Matcha, and looks like normal green tea with froth. This is used for larger group tea ceremonies. This particular matcha is regularly used by ‘Edo Senke Meishinan’ (Tea Master) You use roughly one tea spoon for one Matcha cup.
Matcha Tea ‘Seiho’ (Koicha) 20g
Koicha is used for making thick tea (no froth). Normally it is used for small group tea ceremonies, and the same cup of Koicha is shared between the whole group. It is said that this type of tea ceremony is very special and the quality of tea leaves is slightly better than the other one. It looks like thick potage soup, so you use 3 tea spoon per person.
Yame Hon Gyokuro Tea 50g
This Gyokuro is grown in the traditional way and the quality is second to none. You need to make it with tepid water at 40 degrees. Like the tea ceremony, the making of this tea needs to be precise. It has quite a different flavour from normal green tea. Some Japanese Gyokuro connoiseur enjoy this incredible delicacy. Once you master how to make proper Gyokuro, you will be a true connoiseur of green tea.
Matcha sachets – 25pcs 1.5g sachets
These matcha sachets contain pure matcha powder from the Yame region of Japan. It is an easy and convenient way to serve matcha, either hot or cold. It can even be used to add flavour to ice creams, desserts or smoothies. Let your imagination loose!
Gyokuro Loose Tea 125g
This tea has a distinct delicate Gyokuro flavour and is different from ‘Yame Hon Gyokuro’. We recommend you use a tea pot. It is easy to make, tasting good even with water heated to between 70 – 80 degrees, whereas some other Gyokuro teas require more specific temperatures in order to taste good.