Matcha Premium (40g/1.41oz in canister)

The highest quality Matcha is exclusively grown and produced in the rolling hills of Uji, in the ancient city of Kyoto, where Hibiki-an is located. Japanese tea culture, such as the tea ceremony, was developed in Kyoto. It is one of the reasons the techniques of growing highest grade Matcha intensively accumulated in the Uji region.

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

Matcha Premium is carefully grown close to the river, where the soil is very fertile. Rich soil creates the characteristic mellow and deep taste.
Our Matcha Premium is grown in the shade for 20 to 30 days before harvest by the way of "Tana" which requires skillful technique and great care. Excellent noble aroma is created by the shaded from sunlight of the "Tana" technique.

You can taste the difference. Thanks to these special conditions and growing techniques, Matcha Premium is smooth and mellow, with a deep taste and noble aroma. It is perfect for Koicha (thick and strong matcha) and Usucha (thin and weak matcha).
If you drink Matcha often, please compare our price and taste with other companies. We are certain you will like our Matcha the best!




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Features of This Tea

Noble Aroma
Refreshing Aroma
Mellow Taste
  • Shaded from sunlight by the way of 'Tana'
  • 'Gokoh' and 'Yabukita' breeds


Matcha, or powdered green tea, has a wonderful aroma, silky froth, and rich, mellow taste. High quality Matcha such as ours, is not bitter but smooth and mellow. As one moves up the scale toward the top grade of Matcha, the color becomes a more vivid green and the flavor becomes even more noble, smooth and mellow.
Matcha is made from new tea leaves that have been carefully grown in the shade for 20 to 30 days before they are harvested, steamed and dried. Much Theanine, which is the source of its sweet mellow taste and noble aroma, is created in tea leaves by shaded from sunlight.
The dried leaves are then ground with a traditional stone mortar and pestle, called a Hikiusu.
Unlike tea leaves, where one drinks an infusion made from the leaves, Matcha is consumed in its entirety, so you can directly ingest the whole beneficial constituents of Matcha.
(Benefits of Matcha)

Tea Ware Not Included

This item does not contain any tea ware (Matcha Bowl, Bamboo Whisk, Matcha Spoon, etc.). If you are looking for tea ware items, please visit our "Matcha Bowls / Accessories" category.

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01. Leonard Allmond United States
269 11/26/2020
02. it's always teatime United Kingdom
357 08/19/2020
03. Brigita Zidek Canada
576 04/14/2020
04. Lawrence Buck United States
634 03/09/2020
05. Tea Fan United States
558 02/16/2020
06. United States
675 11/13/2019
07. chanoyu United States
750 09/19/2019
08. Tea Lover Sweden
943 07/13/2019
09. Harry United States
996 05/07/2019
10. Phoenix United States
1071 03/07/2019
11. Phoenix United States
1201 01/17/2019
12. ken campbell Canada
3722 11/05/2016
13. Alice United States
3704 07/11/2016
14. S.N Norway
3580 05/16/2016
5674 05/30/2015
16. Sarasvatitara United States
5133 04/13/2015
17. David Masters United Kingdom
5218 01/20/2015
18. Ilah Singapore
6036 07/14/2014
19. Adam Howell United States
6025 07/08/2014
20. Adam S. Germany
6096 10/24/2013
21. Jason Biwer United States
6444 05/29/2013
22. Ron Britton United States
5621 04/22/2013
23. Tomi Kordic Croatia
5785 06/13/2012
24. David Pearce Australia
6523 02/16/2010
25. Patrick Weiss Canada
5417 12/06/2009
26. Lynn Flewelling United States
5777 07/10/2009
27. Russell Bailey United Kingdom
5748 06/20/2009
28. matthew allen Australia
5185 06/28/2008
29. Lukas Kosek Czech Republic
5643 05/09/2008
30. Afaq Saleem Netherlands
5285 10/01/2007
31. Gregg Barron United Kingdom
5136 05/01/2007
32. Jason Thesken United States
5347 11/03/2006
33. Kendra Combs United States
4957 07/18/2006
34. Brian Pike United Kingdom
4967 03/11/2006
35. Sandra Taylor United States
5440 08/29/2005

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