Uji Matcha
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Taiko-San Uji Matcha

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Score: 5.00 (votes: 21)
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  • $51.30 USD
Qté:  
    
  • Poids
    80 g
  • Réf.
    16566
  • Grown in
    Uji
  • Year
    2017
  • Aroma
    Intense
  • Color
    Intense Green
  • Type
    Thick
  • Container
    Re-sealable Round Metal Container
  • Net Wgt
    30 grams
  • Servings Per Container
    8-10
  • Whisk
    48 prong koicha whisk
Customer reviews
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  • Shaun Sia
    sept. 28, 2017, 00:03
    Very expensive (most expensive so far I have tried) but worth it definitely, the quality speaks for itself.
  • RA
    sept. 25, 2017, 20:47
    Absolutely outstanding. In my time I have had many matcha teas but this one is just simply the best I have ever come across. Not cheap for sure but we are talking here of a matcha as good as it gets. Thank you very much for keeping this matcha in stock.
  • NYCTea
    août 29, 2017, 07:23
    Wow, incredible matcha -- a feast for all of the senses. Beautifully vibrant color and apple-y, grassy flavor. Just reordered.
  • Andrew Mcmahon
    août 6, 2017, 22:35
    By far the best matcha I have tried. Wasn't bitter at all slightly sweet with a nice smooth umami taste.
  • N
    juil. 14, 2017, 01:19
    You won't be able to have other so-called "ceremonial" matcha anymore. Great packaging and robust matcha that is truly top quality.
  • Happy Dog
    mai 17, 2017, 08:37
    The best of the best. I have been consuming a couple tins of the and the Matcha Manten a month for years.
  • Margaret
    avril 16, 2017, 11:54
    It tastes excellent, better than any other kinds of matcha I ever had. It does not taste bitter at all. The best matcha only tastes a little sweet. Further, it easily has bubbles when stired with warm water in the bowl. The color is very green. All in all, it has all of the characteristic that the best matcha should have!
  • Jonathan Sherman
    mars 26, 2017, 07:07
    WOW.
    The package arrived today and I brought it into a very good local tea shop where I usually buy my Matcha. A worker called the owner to the store front and he was so astonished at the Taiko-San that he gave me 20g of their ceremonial grade Matcha Miyabi for free. I then suggested we compare the Taiko-San to the Matcha Miyabi the owner gave me by preparing them Koicha style. The owner was delighted and i had him taste both Koichas first. He told me that the Taiko-San was the best he ever had and that it blew the Miyabi away. I drank the rest and it is truly a treat. Close to no bitterness at all- just grassy, clear, and smooth with a sweet and very pleasant aroma. The packaging is also great. My local tea shop and myself highly recommend! Can't wait to try Manten next!

Product questions

  • Shaun
    mai 30, 2017, 18:14

    Saw your answer to the previous question regarding the stock for Taiko-San Uji Matcha. I just ordered this item from you, does it mean you won't have the stock for 2017 yet? If I want the freshest batch from 2017 does it mean the best time to order is October each year?

    Kevin Moore
    mai 30, 2017, 18:24

    We don't have 2017 in stock yet (as of May 30, 2017) because (good) matcha is usually aged for 3-4 months after harvest. Sometimes you can get them in mid-summer and they are good but they are not at their peak. If you want the "newest" batch, then October of each year would be a good time to buy it. However, I can't say that matcha you purchase in October will be any better than matcha you would purchase in January. "Fresh" doesn't just mean when it was harvested, it also has to do with when it was pulled from cold storage and put into the package, how long it was on the shelf in regular storage, transit, etc. It's possible to purchase a matcha in January that is fresher than one put into the package in October. The current date and the package date are the most important consideration.

  • Amanda C
    mai 15, 2016, 23:50

    Do you have 2016 stock for matcha taiko-san?

    Kevin Moore
    mai 16, 2016, 01:58

    Not yet. Matcha (and gyokuro) taste best when they are aged for about 3-4 months, which is why they are usually released in the fall.

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