Manten Uji Matcha
- $37.52 USD
- Gewicht80 g
- Grown inUji
- ColorIntense Green
- ContainerRe-sealable Round Metal Container
- Net Wgt30 grams
- Servings Per Container8-10
- Whisk Type48 prong koicha whisk
- Jared EllerbrockMai 17, 2019, 07:29Elegant taste, vibrant green color. Extremely smooth. Not as deep of a flavor or lingering finish as some other matcha, but very nice. Not sure if price is worth it.
- Matthew Amster-BurtonJun 27, 2018, 07:42Wondering, like I did for a long time, whether this could possible be worth the price? It is. Easy. Probably the highlight of any week you drink it.
- AleksNov 7, 2017, 20:16Absolutely the best matcha I've ever tasted, no contest. The brew is so green it, in my eyes, almost leans towards the turquoise end of the spectrum. I had a tin of Midori Spring Emerald class matcha, which I made side by side for comparison (and out of greed :). The colour of the Manten eclipses the Emerald completely, making it look yellowy-grey by comparison and the flavours are so complex they go beyond my powers of description. Would recommend to any matcha lover to try at least once!
- NYCTeaSep 23, 2017, 02:30Very lovely. Still prefer the Taiko-San Uji Matcha, but this is another delightful matcha.
- Edward WollmanJun 28, 2017, 08:25I slowly worked my way up to Uji Matcha Manten. And there I stopped. I will skip the detailed descriptive analyses and simply say it starts my day, everyday. So very good. What a find.
- Happy DogMai 17, 2017, 08:40The best of the best! I have been consuming two tins of this and the Taiko San for years.
- AaronMär 28, 2017, 14:44Wonderful flavour, beautiful colour. A treat to prepare and to enjoy.
- sinlin tangJun 11, 2016, 01:32When I first opened the bag, I was wowed by the color. I didn't think I could get this bright color from matcha because I had bought a $30 matcha here in the US and it's ranged as the best... After I tried this one, I know I can never go back to the convenient pick up $30 one at the market anymore. I will just wait a little while for it to ship to me then :)
- Jan 27, 2020, 14:26
Hi, considering this matcha purchase and wondering if time of year is a consideration. Should I wait until new spring teas start coming available, or is it less of a factor in this case? Any information is appreciated.
JamesJan 27, 2020, 16:24
You do not have to really consider the time of year as this matcha, like all of the best matcha, is aged before it's released. In other words, it is not released within the first few months of the spring harvest and the quality of our stock is consistent throughout the year.