Matcha from Uji - 2 g sticks| Matcha Ichibancha

337 Kč

This quality Matcha from Uji is packaged in individual portions in 2 g bags. This is a response to the demands of customers who consume Matcha during travel or sport. It is prepared very simply using a shaker in any sealed vessel, either in hot or cold water according to your own preference. The powder is of a clear green colour, and the beverage has a delicate, sweet flavour. Thanks to its packaging in individual portions to be consumed immediately after opening, the Matcha remains fresh for a very long time.

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This quality Matcha from Uji is packaged in individual portions in 2 g bags. This is a response to the demands of customers who consume Matcha during travel or sport. It is prepared very simply using a shaker in any sealed vessel, either in hot or cold water according to your own preference. The powder is of a clear green colour, and the beverage has a delicate, sweet flavour. Thanks to its packaging in individual portions to be consumed immediately after opening, the Matcha remains fresh for a very long time.

Is a very high quality green tea ground into a fine powder, which is used in the Japanese tea ceremony (chanoyu, chado, sado). Our Matcha is Ichibancha, the first time of the year, and it originates from the Uji region in the province of Kyoto, which is the oldest locality for production of Japanese green tea. Like Gyokuro tea, tea leaves grown in the shade are used for production of Matcha tea. Thanks to the slower growth of the shaded bushes, the tea leaves have a larger content of amino acids, which provide a sweeter taste of the resulting tea. It is this sweet taste which is the sign of a good quality tea. If after harvesting the leaves are rolled before drying the tea produced is Gyokuro, if not the leaves are used for production of Matcha powder.

Powdered tea was brought to Japan by the monk Eisai in the year 1191 together with Zen Buddhism, and whilst this was forgotten in China over the course of time, in Japan this developed as an element of the tea ceremony and became an important part of the national culture. The process of production of powdered Matcha tea has been perfected over the centuries precisely in the Uji region in the province of Kyoto.

Product Details

GT0537-20102

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Country
Japan
Location
Kyoto, Uji
Cultivar
Yabukita
Form
powder tea