Matcha Kyoto 

Maccha Kyoto Japanese Tea

Matcha  Kyoto is made using  leaves from the second flush harvest. This Matcha may be used for daily practice for the Tea Ceremony. The slight bitterness of  Matcha Kyoto makes it an ideal Matcha for flavoring ice cream and other sweets as well.

Map of Japan's Tea Regions

Uji, Kyoto Region

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About Maccha Variety

Maccha is powdered green tea traditionally used for the Japanese tea ceremony. Using the leaves from tea bushes grown in the shade just like Gyokuro, the tea is very finely grounded by special stone mills. Lighter green Maccha is considered better quality and is sweeter. Darker green Maccha tends to be a little bitter. Maccha is often used for flavoring sweets.

Steeping Instructions
Water: 203 F                                  
Tea: 2g per cup (2 ounces of water)

Put Matcha in a bowl. Then add 1 tablespoon of hot water to make a paste. Then add the remainder of water and whisk it until small bubbles appear.