Koyamaen Matcha tea powder Ceremonial Grade MAKI-NO-SHIRO 300g can
Origin: Uji tea fields, Japan
Ingredients: green tea powder
Shelf life: 8-10 months
This product contains no artificial additives.
･Tea ceremony for thin tea
|GRADE||KOYAMAEN TEA NAME|
TYAJYU NO MUKASHI
KASUGA NO MUKASHI
SHIKIBU NO MUKASHI
YOMO NO KAORI
MAKI NO SHIRO
Premium Culinary Grade A
Premium Culinary Grade B
Premium Culinary Grade 1
Premium Culinary Grade 2
|Good quality matcha||Poor quality matcha|
|color||Beautiful green||Reddish or whitish green|
|Fregrance||There is a good scent unique to matcha||There is little good scent unique to matcha|
Yamamasa-Koyamaen is a long-established Matcha tea maker of Kyoto Uji.
It is one of the most famous and trustworthy brands of Matcha for tea ceremony.
At Koyamaen are making Matcha by traditional manufacturing method.
Koyamaen's Matcha is made with valuable stone mills handmade by a few craftsmen in Japan.
It is a secret to make delicious matcha green tea powder.
The city of Uji in Kyoto is famous as the place of production of matcha in Japan.
Characteristics of matcha
Matcha, which is a 100% naturally derived food, is a very simple food in which picked raw leaves are steamed and dried, then selected and ground. Therefore, the quality of raw tea leaves is directly linked to the quality of matcha. In order to make delicious matcha, it is necessary not only to understand the processing and manufacturing methods, but also to be familiar with the cultivation and characteristics of the raw tea leaves. Yamamasa Koyamaen is a limited number of matcha makers that originated from tea farmers and still have their own gardens. We strive to produce high-quality matcha by consistently performing tea cultivation and grinding.
Matcha ingredients and benefits
Tea has long been described as a good medicine, and modern research has demonstrated its health benefits. Unlike other green teas, matcha tea is powdered tea leaves, not extract, and is taken into the body as it is, so it is attractive to be able to ingest nutrients that are insoluble in water. Even overseas, it is attracting attention as a "super food" along with Chia Seed, Acai, and Quinoa.
Ingredients contained in matcha