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Ippodo – Ummon no Mukashi | Matcha Tea from Kyoto

Ippodo
£38.00

Ippodo has been producing green tea and matcha tea in Kyoto since 1717 and is one of the most respected tea makers in Japan. They have teahouses across Japan as well as in New York. They not only sell top quality tea, but are also very active in communicating great stories and flavours of tea and tea culture around the world.

 

Ummon no Mukashi

The highest grade of matcha produced by Ippodo, Ummon no Mukashi is a real treat for matcha connoisseurs, and those with the most discerning palates. Full-bodied yet mellow, this tea has a rich umami flavour. We recommend that you don’t use milk with this matcha, so you can fully enjoy its excellent flavour.

Find your perfect matcha with our matcha matrix. All the matcha we sell on NishuraEast has been tasted by Keiko Uchida, a Japanese Tea Master, and arranged from bitter to sweet, and full bodied to light.

How to Make Perfect Matcha:

We recommend you use not quite boiling water, around 80°C works well.

If you are using a chashaku (a Japanese bamboo teaspoon) we recommend 2 scoops, or 1 scoop from an ordinary teaspoon (approx. 1.5g)

  1. Add 2 scoops of matcha powder to your tea bowl or cup.
  2. Pour around 70ml of not quite boiling water into the tea bowl.
  3. Whisk the matcha with a chasen (Japanese bamboo whisk) or a small whisk, for about 15 seconds until smooth.
  4. Relax and enjoy!

20g Net.

Only 2 left in stock

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A bowl of Matcha tea with a chashaku and chasen

Ippodo

Located in the heart of Kyoto, the Ippodo Tea Company has been providing the highest quality Japanese green tea since 1717. Unusually, Ippodo is directly involved in the procurement as well as the blending of carefully selected tea leaves.

Kyoto

Well known as the ancient capital of Japan, Kyoto is often said to be its cultural and historical heart, and is famous for its many temples, palaces, shrines and gardens.…
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