Matcha Konayuki

抹茶粉雪
(5 stars | 3 reviews)
$39.99

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SKU: 19001GM Category:
At a Glance
  • High Caffeine
  • Vegetal Flavor
  • Good For Mornings
Description

This Matcha is a ceremonial grade matcha green tea powder of pinnacle quality. Named after “powdered snow”, this high-grade Okumidori matcha is sophisticated and aromatic, delivering a deep, lingering umami with a creamy sweetness. Although this matcha is meant for koicha, or thick preparation of matcha, Konayuki can also be enjoyed as usucha for any matcha enthusiast.

Matcha Konayuki is from the prestigious Uji prefecture in Kyoto, famous for producing the finest matcha. This refined matcha offers a vibrant emerald color, fresh aroma and plenty of umami, an excellent choice for chado students or matcha lovers looking to experience traditional high-grade matcha.

Matcha – Usucha Preparation

After whisking, drink immediately when the matcha is fresh and covered with a foam top.

  1. Pour freshly boiled water into a cup to cool down the water. You can also use a yuzamashi water cooler.
  2. Add 1 teaspoon or 2 chashaku spoons of matcha (~2g) into the chawan matcha bowl. We recommend sifting matcha to remove any clumps.
  3. Pour 70ml (2.46fl oz) of hot water over the matcha. Recommended water temperature for Matcha is 176°F (80°C).
  4. Whisk the matcha with a Chasen bamboo whisk until a rich foam covers the top.

Matcha – Koicha Preparation

Only high quality Matcha is suitable for Koicha.

  1. Add 2 teaspoons or 4 chashaku spoons of matcha (~4g) into the chawan matcha bowl. We recommend sifting matcha to remove any clumps.
  2. Pour 50ml (1.76fl oz) of hot water over the matcha. Recommended water temperature for Matcha is 176°F (80°C).
  3. Whisk the matcha lightly with a Chasen bamboo whisk. Unlike Usucha, Koicha will not get a rich foam on top.

Origin: Kyoto, Japan

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Description

This Matcha is a ceremonial grade matcha green tea powder of pinnacle quality. Named after “powdered snow”, this high-grade Okumidori matcha is sophisticated and aromatic, delivering a deep, lingering umami with a creamy sweetness. Although this matcha is meant for koicha, or thick preparation of matcha, Konayuki can also be enjoyed as usucha for any matcha enthusiast.

Matcha Konayuki is from the prestigious Uji prefecture in Kyoto, famous for producing the finest matcha. This refined matcha offers a vibrant emerald color, fresh aroma and plenty of umami, an excellent choice for chado students or matcha lovers looking to experience traditional high-grade matcha.

Matcha – Usucha Preparation

After whisking, drink immediately when the matcha is fresh and covered with a foam top.

  1. Pour freshly boiled water into a cup to cool down the water. You can also use a yuzamashi water cooler.
  2. Add 1 teaspoon or 2 chashaku spoons of matcha (~2g) into the chawan matcha bowl. We recommend sifting matcha to remove any clumps.
  3. Pour 70ml (2.46fl oz) of hot water over the matcha. Recommended water temperature for Matcha is 176°F (80°C).
  4. Whisk the matcha with a Chasen bamboo whisk until a rich foam covers the top.

Matcha – Koicha Preparation

Only high quality Matcha is suitable for Koicha.

  1. Add 2 teaspoons or 4 chashaku spoons of matcha (~4g) into the chawan matcha bowl. We recommend sifting matcha to remove any clumps.
  2. Pour 50ml (1.76fl oz) of hot water over the matcha. Recommended water temperature for Matcha is 176°F (80°C).
  3. Whisk the matcha lightly with a Chasen bamboo whisk. Unlike Usucha, Koicha will not get a rich foam on top.

Origin: Kyoto, Japan

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SKU: 19001GM
  • High Caffeine
  • Vegetal Flavor
  • Good For Mornings

Hiroshi Sato

佐藤弘 From Kyoto, Japan
Product Type Weight Dimensions
20g Loose Tea in Can -- 2" diameter x 2.5" H

3 reviews for Matcha Konayuki

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  1. Ron
    (verified owner)

    I have been buying another brand of organic Matcha powder for a couple of years now. It’s a great product that comes in a foil lined bag. It has a pleasant aroma and sweet smell. I don’t sweeten my matcha, so I got used to it. I tried this brand because it’s packaged inside a tin, which is so convenient. I get to save one of my kitchen jars for other teas.

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  2. Suzan
    (verified owner)

    My wife and I have tried multiple matcha powders in the past. Senbird is the one we keep using because of its quality, consistency and taste. Sure there are budget matcha powders you can buy, but none nearly as amazing as Senbird. We both use it as an early boost to our day since neither of us drink coffee as well as all of the health benefits that it promotes.

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  3. Melissa
    (verified owner)

    It’s not something I’d buy for everyday use but it makes a great gift for a tea lover. Its pricy but presentation as well as tea quality is fantastic.

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Description

This Matcha is a ceremonial grade matcha green tea powder of pinnacle quality. Named after “powdered snow”, this high-grade Okumidori matcha is sophisticated and aromatic, delivering a deep, lingering umami with a creamy sweetness. Although this matcha is meant for koicha, or thick preparation of matcha, Konayuki can also be enjoyed as usucha for any matcha enthusiast.

Matcha Konayuki is from the prestigious Uji prefecture in Kyoto, famous for producing the finest matcha. This refined matcha offers a vibrant emerald color, fresh aroma and plenty of umami, an excellent choice for chado students or matcha lovers looking to experience traditional high-grade matcha.

Matcha – Usucha Preparation

After whisking, drink immediately when the matcha is fresh and covered with a foam top.

  1. Pour freshly boiled water into a cup to cool down the water. You can also use a yuzamashi water cooler.
  2. Add 1 teaspoon or 2 chashaku spoons of matcha (~2g) into the chawan matcha bowl. We recommend sifting matcha to remove any clumps.
  3. Pour 70ml (2.46fl oz) of hot water over the matcha. Recommended water temperature for Matcha is 176°F (80°C).
  4. Whisk the matcha with a Chasen bamboo whisk until a rich foam covers the top.

Matcha – Koicha Preparation

Only high quality Matcha is suitable for Koicha.

  1. Add 2 teaspoons or 4 chashaku spoons of matcha (~4g) into the chawan matcha bowl. We recommend sifting matcha to remove any clumps.
  2. Pour 50ml (1.76fl oz) of hot water over the matcha. Recommended water temperature for Matcha is 176°F (80°C).
  3. Whisk the matcha lightly with a Chasen bamboo whisk. Unlike Usucha, Koicha will not get a rich foam on top.

Origin: Kyoto, Japan

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