Matcha from Marukyu-Koyamaen

Matcha from Marukyu-Koyamaen
In the Genroku period (1688-1704), a man by the name of Kyujiro Koyama began the cultivation and production of tea in Ogura, Uji. His work was the beginning of what was to become Marukyu Koyamaen. During the following generations, the quality of the tea was raised through improvements in all aspects of the cultivation, treatment and production, thus establishing the tradition of Ujicha. The fourth generation began marketing the tea, and by the eighth generation, Motojiro, the market had been extended to the whole country. A standard of high quality, consistent from cultivation to the final product, was achieved, and the tea was highly esteemed. It is well known that Marukyu Koyamaen stands for the highest quality standard. For generations, our teas have been carefully inspected and produced by succeeding directors. Through repeated training, honing of skills and techniques, the know-how of how to produce the finest teas and maintain their quality has been constantly improving. Marukyu Koyamaen now ranks among the foremost producers of fine teas in Japan.

Every year, as part of their attempt to improve the quality and consistency of their teas from the growing stage to the final processing, they submit them for appraisal in competitions.
・Japan`s National Tea Competition: 1st prize twenty one times
・Kansai`s Regional Tea Competition: 1st prize nine times
・Japan`s National Tea Tasting Competition: 1st prize two times
Matcha Aoarashi
The Matcha Aoarashi is therefore well suited for beginners and for those who like to treat yourself to something special in everyday life.
(40g)
from 19,00 EUR
47,50 EUR per 100 gram
incl. 7% tax excl. Shipping costs
Matcha Isuzu
The Isuzu tastes balanced sweet, a little bitter, but always clear and pure.
(40g)
from 22,00 EUR
55,00 EUR per 100 gram
incl. 7% tax excl. Shipping costs
Matcha Yugen
From the first sip of matcha Yugen nutty flavor stands out. The flavors are very present in the mouth.
(40g)
from 32,00 EUR
80,00 EUR per 100 gram
incl. 7% tax excl. Shipping costs
Matcha Chigi no shiro
A lively, grassy and very soft tea with a lot of velvety creaminess.
(40g)
from 24,00 EUR
60,00 EUR per 100 gram
incl. 7% tax excl. Shipping costs
Matcha Wako
Matcha Wako has an intense, full-bodied and rounded taste
(40g)
from 36,00 EUR
90,00 EUR per 100 gram
incl. 7% tax excl. Shipping costs
Matcha Kinrin
Kinrin is the "entry matcha" in the Koyamaen-Koicha tea portfolio
(40g)
from 43,00 EUR
107,50 EUR per 100 gram
incl. 7% tax excl. Shipping costs
Matcha Shohaku
Shohaku is the best entry level tea for newcomers to Matcha.
(40g)
from 29,00 EUR
72,50 EUR per 100 gram
incl. 7% tax excl. Shipping costs
Matcha Tomo no Shiro
Matcha Tomo no Shiro by Marukyu-Koyamaen, which is preferred by Yuyusai, the grandmaster of the Sohenryu.
(40g)
from 29,00 EUR
72,50 EUR per 100 gram
incl. 7% tax excl. Shipping costs
Matcha Kissho
The Matcha Kissho from Marukyu-Koyamaen is one of the preferred Matcha varieties of the Omotesenke tea school.
(40g)
from 29,00 EUR
72,50 EUR per 100 gram
incl. 7% tax excl. Shipping costs
Matcha Katsura no Sato
Matcha Katsura no Sato by Marukyu-Koyamaen, which is preferred by Shihosai, the grandmaster of the Sohenryu.
(40g)
from 29,00 EUR
72,50 EUR per 100 gram
incl. 7% tax excl. Shipping costs
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