Uji Gyokuro Yume no Ukihashi

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The highest grade of gyokuro sold from Japan's oldest continuously operating tea shop. O-Cha.com is honored to offer this superb green tea supplied to us from the Tsuen family who have operated their teashop from same location on the banks of the Uji river since 1160.

Uji Gyokuro "Yume no Uki-hashi" is a very high quality, first-flush gyokuro, this green tea is hand picked and is a proprietary blend of "Gokou" and "Yabukita" breeds of green tea, with the "Gokou" being prominent. Gyokuro is shade grown before harvesting, giving it a greener color and sweeter taste. Once you learn to make it properly, you wil be hooked for life! Since this is a connoisseur grade of gyokuro and is not considered a beginner's green tea, make sure to read our brewing instructions as it is brewed differently than sencha.

Available in 100g packaging.

 
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数量:  
    
  • 重量
    110 克
  • 库存单位
    16313
  • Loose Leaf
    • Ease of Brewing
      Somewhat Difficult - May take some practice to get it perfect.
    • Net Weight
      100 g / 3.52 oz
    • Growing Region
      100% Uji
    • Year
      2018
    • Harvest
      First and/or Shincha
    • Breed
      Gokou, Samidori,Okumidori, Komakage
    • Shading
      Full Shade (Gyokuro / Matcha)
    • Steaming
      Light
    • Color
      Green
    • Aroma
      Medium
    • Taste
      Sweet
    • Astringency
      Mild
    • Clarity
      Clear
    • First infusions per Pkg
      12
    • Organic
      没有
    • Leaf (dry weight grams) to Water (1 fl oz / 30 ml) Ratio (recommended)
      1.2 g to 1 oz/30 ml
    • Brew Temp (℃/℉ - recommended )
      60℃ (140℉)
    • Brew Time (Seconds)
      150-180
    • Notes
      Very much higher than average quality gyokuro! Be sure to correctly pre-heat all vessels and brew at correct temperature.
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  • Robert Morshauser
    Nov 21, 2018, 21:54
    My favorite tea. I've tried many different Gyokuro teas and this one is consistently excellent.
  • Katrina Penaranda
    Oct 27, 2018, 23:08
    Very nice tea. This is my first time trying gyokuro and this did not disappoint. So different from senchas. Very umami. I can describe it like drinking a savory sweet mushroom broth.
    I've tried 2 methods of brewing them. Each are great for trying out this gyokuro.
    1. The 50°c temp for 2 mins. Very nice umami taste and so fresh. I can do 3 steeps with this method before the flavor runs out.
    2. Brewing the gyokuro for 12-15mins at room temp. Umami espresso but i can only do 2 steeps with this one.
  • Dino G.
    Dec 14, 2017, 03:50
    Have ordered various Gyokuro's ranging in price from O-Cha and other tea vendors and by far for me, Yume no Ukihashi provides an optimum balance of flavor, sweetness and cost per cup that can not be beat.
  • Heath Forbes
    Jun 12, 2017, 23:08
    I love this tea, have been getting my tea from here for years. Very good flavor and taste amazing after several steeps.
  • chip creitz
    Apr 25, 2017, 01:07
    Truly outstanding Gyokuro. Well worth the price. I brew this one rich, at least 5 grams leaf per 2 ounces water. The result is a deep, sweet infusion that must be sipped slowly to savor the moment ... a "must sit down moment"! Be sure to smell the dry leaves warming in the preheated pot.
  • Laszlo Glasz
    Apr 5, 2017, 02:09
    It's worth the price. Have some other gyokuro's from here and this is far the best of them.
  • Dylan Stevenson
    Mar 9, 2017, 12:16
    Best Gyokuro I've had. Amazing flavour and well worth the price.
  • Staffan Lofgren
    Jan 29, 2017, 20:58
    This is the best Japanese tea I have ever tasted. I usually get 3-4 steeps out of 2 large table spoons. Expensive, but so are most top quality things in life.

Product questions

  • Max Rosenzweig
    May 26, 2018, 00:47

    This is a question about cooling the water. For first infusion, I pour into the yuzamashi, then the cups, then the shiboridashi. That way, I am at 60 degrees. But, the next infusion, the shibo has leaves in it, so I can only use the yuzamashi and cups to cool it, and they are still warm. How do you cool the water on the 2nd and later infusions? Thank you!

    Kevin Moore
    May 26, 2018, 11:13

    The 2nd infusion isn't as critical regarding temperature as the 1st. Another way is to simply leave the water in the other vessels a bit longer.

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