Premium Ceremonial Grade Kyoto Uji Matcha (100g) /金彩
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Premium Ceremonial Grade Kyoto Uji Matcha (100g) /金彩
Premium Ceremonial Grade Kyoto Uji Matcha (100g) /金彩

Premium Ceremonial Grade Kyoto Uji Matcha (100g) /金彩

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Premium Ceremonial Grade Kyoto Uji Matcha

The finest matcha powder used for Japanese Tea ceremonies.

Authentic, additive-free & coloring-free Kyoto Uji Matcha used by professionals. Partnering with Shonanan, we can offer matcha powder that is normally sold to professionals!

How is it different from other matcha powders?

If you want to try the best matcha at home that is used by professionals, this is the best matcha for you!

  1. Used by professionals
    This is used by professional tea masters to make tea for special occasions. It is the highest grade matcha that is hard to find, even in Japan.
  2. No Additives & Colouring
    Matcha powder does not contain chlorella or any other additives that are often used to improve the colour.
  3. Finest texture
    It's a top quality matcha in Japan, and the fine powder forms great without getting clumpy.

 Enjoy the matcha as it is

As with all matcha, you can use it to make lattes or sweets, but please try with just matcha and hot water first!

Steps to experience the finest matcha at home as if you are at a Japanese tea ceremony!

Recommended amount for 1 cup of matcha tea

  • 2 teaspoons of matcha
  • 70ml of boiled water
  1. Sieve matcha
    It is easier to prepare matcha if it is sieved in advance. You can use a tea scoop or measuring spoon to sift a cup of matcha directly into a bowl.
  2. Prepare hot water
    Purified water is the most recommended. but you can also boil tap water longer to reduce the chalky smell.
  3. Make the tea!

It's highly praised in Japan!

“It tastes so good, it's as if it were made directly from a teapot.”

“I like it so much that I've bought it about 10 times over.”

“I'm the only one in my family who likes to drink matcha, so it's a hassle to get out the teapot for that...so this is perfect for me! I like it with honey, too!”

(Reviews retrieved from Yahoo shopping)

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Features of Uji Matcha

Uji tea leaves are rich in nutrients such as dietary fiber and vitamin A. When made into powder, the nutrients from the tea leaves will also be contained, so you can enjoy the nutrients from Uji matcha.

Some people may find it surprising, but Uji Matcha is not a "bitter" tea.

Want to know about Matcha? Read more about “What is Matcha?”.

What is Kyoto Uji Matcha?

”Kyoto Uji Matcha” and “Uji Matcha” are different.

“Kyoto Uji Matcha” is matcha made only from tea leaves produced in Kyoto Prefecture.

 

Uji, Kyoto is the home of matcha cultivation since 16th century.  A comprehensive perspective of history, culture, geography, and weather makes Uji tea cultivation well known.

According to the Kyoto Prefecture Tea Industry Association, Uji tea is also produced in the four prefectures -  Kyoto, Nara, Shiga, and Mie, harvested and processed by a company in Kyoto.

However, only green tea harvested and produced in Uji can be branded "Kyoto Uji matcha".

Even if the tea is grown in Nara, Shiga or Mie Prefecture, plucked and processed by a Kyoto-based company, it can be only called "Uji matcha”.

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About Shonanen

Shonanen is located in Kosaka, Matsuyama City, and is engaged in the sale of tea and gift items.

Since its establishment in 1973, they are proud of their organic tea produced by selected enthusiastic tea growers all over Japan.

By limiting the number of specific producers, they have been able to clarify the traceability of the tea leaves, which allows them to see the faces of the producers.

Since its establishment in 1973, they are proud of their organic tea produced by selected enthusiastic tea growers all over Japan.

They believe that their mission is to continue to offer safe and secure products that are made in cooperation with producers.

They hope their customers will enjoy the taste and aroma of tea that cannot be found in bottled tea.

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