Shogyokuen

Iwai No Shiro

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Shogyokuen

Iwai No Shiro

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PRODUCT DETAILS

This truly delicious blend of Tencha leaves (tea leaf processed into flakes) is named Iwai No Shiro and has a rich vegetal flavor, combined with a slight astringency, natural sweetness, warm nutty notes, and settled creamy flavors.

Iwai No Shiro has been shaded under the direct covering method and is machine harvested.

 



FLAVOR PROFILE


Extremely easy to foam up! Iwai No Shiro leaves a pleasant and rich taste of fresh-cut grass and young peas in your mouth and throat combined with a creamy flavor and slight astringency that turns to a round sweetness on your tongue.

The dark green color, coupled with unique hints of Walnuts, gives way to a beautiful balanced Usucha.

Iwai No Shiro has a thick mouth feeling with a clean finish.




PRODUCT INFO


Name: Matcha Iwai No Shiro Japanese name: 抹茶 祝の白
Net Weight: 40 gram / 1.4 oz (can)
Cultivar: Okumidori and Yabukita Blend
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

  • Description

PRODUCT DETAILS

This truly delicious blend of Tencha leaves (tea leaf processed into flakes) is named Iwai No Shiro and has a rich vegetal flavor, combined with a slight astringency, natural sweetness, warm nutty notes, and settled creamy flavors.

Iwai No Shiro has been shaded under the direct covering method and is machine harvested.

 



FLAVOR PROFILE


Extremely easy to foam up! Iwai No Shiro leaves a pleasant and rich taste of fresh-cut grass and young peas in your mouth and throat combined with a creamy flavor and slight astringency that turns to a round sweetness on your tongue.

The dark green color, coupled with unique hints of Walnuts, gives way to a beautiful balanced Usucha.

Iwai No Shiro has a thick mouth feeling with a clean finish.




PRODUCT INFO


Name: Matcha Iwai No Shiro Japanese name: 抹茶 祝の白
Net Weight: 40 gram / 1.4 oz (can)
Cultivar: Okumidori and Yabukita Blend
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