Organic Kirishima 2019 Limited Edition (40g)

(4 customer reviews)
(4 customer reviews)

An organic blend made from the treasured Asahi cultivar from Kirishima, Kagoshima Prefecture. This blend promises a  pleasant sweet and mellow taste, with intense umami notes and a long finish. Our best organic blend yet. 

$ 44.99 USD

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4 reviews for Organic Kirishima 2019 Limited Edition (40g)

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  1. Maria Garate (verified owner)

    Good

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  4. Anonymous (verified owner)

    One of the best high grade Matcha’s I have tasted!

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A 100% organic blend made from the precious Asahi cultivar grown in Kirishima, Kagoshima Prefecture. Only 10kg of this blend was produced from the 2019 harvest. You will love its gentle sweetness, umami flavor, and the long, satisfying finish after each relaxing sip. We are confident that this matcha blend holds its own against even the top blends of prestigious Japanese tea companies that are many years older than us.

You don’t want to miss out, as this is available for a limited time only.

Size

40 grams

Origin

Kirishima, Kagoshima Prefecture

Grade

Ceremonial

Tasting Notes

Rich umami flavor balanced out with some pleasant bitterness and astringency.

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