Shogyokuen

Izumi no Shiro

800.00 ฿
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Shogyokuen

Izumi no Shiro

800.00 ฿
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Master blender and CEO of Shogyokuen, Hiroshi Kobayashi, has created an exquisite Matcha for tea ceremony practitioners. This truly delicious blend of Tencha leaves (tea leaf processed into flakes) is named Izumi no Shiro. It means the “white of the wellspring.” He created a Matcha with excellent, smooth umami flavor, which is perfect for Usucha or mixed as Matcha Latte.


FLAVOR PROFILE

The dark green color, coupled with unique hints of sea breeze, gives way to a beautiful, Umami-rich Usucha. Extremely easy to foam up! Izumi No Shiro leaves a pleasant and rich taste of fresh-cut grass and young peas in your mouth and throat, combined with a slight astringency that turns to a round sweetness on your tongue.

PRODUCT INFO

Name: Matcha Izumi no Shiro Japanese name: 抹茶 泉の白
Net Weight: 40 gram / 1.4 oz (can)
Cultivar: Okumidori 
Harvest: May Region: Wazuka, Kyoto. Refined in Kyotanabe, Kyoto.
Vendor Info Name: Shogyokuen
Type: Tea factory, family business CEO: Hiroshi Kobayashi
Established: 1827
Employees: 12

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PRODUCT DETAILS


Master blender and CEO of Shogyokuen, Hiroshi Kobayashi, has created an exquisite Matcha for tea ceremony practitioners. This truly delicious blend of Tencha leaves (tea leaf processed into flakes) is named Izumi no Shiro. It means the “white of the wellspring.” He created a Matcha with excellent, smooth umami flavor, which is perfect for Usucha or mixed as Matcha Latte.


FLAVOR PROFILE

The dark green color, coupled with unique hints of sea breeze, gives way to a beautiful, Umami-rich Usucha. Extremely easy to foam up! Izumi No Shiro leaves a pleasant and rich taste of fresh-cut grass and young peas in your mouth and throat, combined with a slight astringency that turns to a round sweetness on your tongue.

PRODUCT INFO

Name: Matcha Izumi no Shiro Japanese name: 抹茶 泉の白
Net Weight: 40 gram / 1.4 oz (can)
Cultivar: Okumidori 
Harvest: May Region: Wazuka, Kyoto. Refined in Kyotanabe, Kyoto.
Vendor Info Name: Shogyokuen
Type: Tea factory, family business CEO: Hiroshi Kobayashi
Established: 1827
Employees: 12