Marukyu Koyamaen

Roasted Green Tea Pot Bags | KIKU KAORI-HOJICHA

£6.99£17.99

This tea bag also uses fibres made from plant starch making it an eco-friendly tea bag meaning that after using it will decompose correctly within the soil.Roasted Green Tea Pot Bags KIKU KAORI is gently roasted Senryu of the best green tea and the Karigane of matcha original leaf.”Kiku” is an auspicious flower which is used for Japanese emperor family crest historically and believed it as life extension. “Kaori” means “Flavour / Atmosphere”.You can taste the authentic flavour infuse into your mouth.

 

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This tea bag also uses fibres made from plant starch making it an eco-friendly tea bag meaning that after using it will decompose correctly within the soil.Roasted Green Tea Pot Bags KIKU KAORI is gently roasted Senryu of the best green tea and the Karigane of matcha original leaf.”Kiku” is an auspicious flower which is used for Japanese emperor family crest historically and believed it as life extension. “Kaori” means “Flavour / Atmosphere”.You can taste the authentic flavour infuse into your mouth.

Marukyu-Koyamaen started to cultivate and manufacture tea in the village of Uji and Ogura in Kyoto in late 1600 led by their founder, Kyujiro Koyama. Over the last 400 years, Koyamaen have devoted themselves to producing the highest quality tea generation after generation. Koyamaen are one of the oldest established tea manufacturers in Uji; they supply their high-quality tea to many prestigious temples, shrines, and tea ceremony houses. Koyamaen have acquired a number of notable awards at the annual National Tea Competition in Japan. Since 1962, Koyamaen have won the highly-coveted first place award 21 times. Whilst preserving tradition, Koyamaen promote technologically innovative production techniques. In recent years, Koyamaen have been focusing on developing new products such as their patented Mizutate Ousu in which Matcha tea can be made with cold water.

 

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Marukyu-Koyamaen started to cultivate and manufacture tea in the village of Uji and Ogura in Kyoto in late 1600 led by their founder, Kyujiro Koyama. Over the last 400 years, Koyamaen have devoted themselves to producing the highest quality tea generation after generation. Koyamaen are one of the oldest established tea manufacturers in Uji; they supply their high-quality tea to many prestigious temples, shrines, and tea ceremony houses. Koyamaen have acquired a number of notable awards at the annual National Tea Competition in Japan. Since 1962, Koyamaen have won the highly-coveted first place award 21 times. Whilst preserving tradition, Koyamaen promote technologically innovative production techniques. In recent years, Koyamaen have been focusing on developing new products such as their patented Mizutate Ousu in which Matcha tea can be made with cold water.

Matcha's Feature

Green teas are damaged by heat, humidity, light, air, and smells from other substances. Be especially careful when storing of Matcha as it loses its colour and quality quickly when exposed.

How to use

Since Matcha is a very fine powder it tends to coalesce over time. It is therefore highly recommended to sift the tea in a fine-meshed strainer before use to avoid lumps in the tea.

How to storage

It is therefore recommended to keep the canned tea refrigerated. Once the can is opened, it should be consumed within a relatively short period of time. After opening the can, please close the lid firmly and keep it in a refrigerator.
If Matcha has to be kept for a long time, it may be stored in a freezer. To prevent frozen Matcha from becoming wet when exposed to air it should be thawed up to room temperature before the package is opened.
Even Matcha which is just kept in a refrigerator should ideally be left to return to room temperature before being opened.

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Size

Sp Bag (8g×10p), S Can / (8g×5p), M Can / (8g×16p)