Gyokuro Premium (100g/3.53oz)

Gyokuro was developed at Uji in Kyoto, the ancient capital of Japan. Even today, it is grown almost exclusively in the Kyoto region. Among many regional varieties of Gyokuro, which is the finest grade of Japanese tea, Uji Gyokuro is said to be the best.
Carefully grown in the shade for 20 to 30 days before harvest, Gyokuro has several unique features: an elegant aroma, a sweetness of taste, and a light green colour.

Gyokuro Premium is one of the highest quality green teas produced in Japan.

Gyokuro Premium is grown in the shade before harvest by the way of "Tana" which requires skillful technique and great care. Noble aroma and elegant sweetness are created by the shaded from sunlight of the "Tana" technique.

The tea breed of this Gyokuro Premium is "Gokoh", which has an excellent noble aroma suitable for Gyokuro. It is a very precious breed grown only in quite small amounts exclusively in the Uji region in Kyoto.

Gyokuro Premium is grown in a tea farm where the soil is much fertile.

We are very pleased to be able to offer you Gyokuro Premium at such a valuable price.

Price

US$27.00

Quantity

FREE INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING on all orders of US$50.00 or more.

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Features of This Tea

Mellow Aroma
Refreshing Aroma
Roasted Aroma
Sweetness
Flavor
  • 'Gokoh' Breed
  • Shaded from sunlight by the way of 'Tana'

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01. Chillian Singapore
168 09/06/2021
02. Scott C. United States
182 08/26/2021
03. H. A Porter Australia
176 08/17/2021
04. H. A Porter Australia
275 07/18/2021
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443 07/01/2021
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1268 09/10/2020
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1262 07/21/2020
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1376 05/16/2020

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