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Shaded from mid-April until harvest, the tea plants at the 'Ooishita en' (covered) fields receive reduced sunlight. Freshly sprouted
buds are picked, steamed, then dried without being kneaded.
Most people rarely have a chance to see Maccha (Tencha) in its original state since it is always ground when sold.
However, as the flavor and color quickly deteriorate after being ground, manufacturers preserve this type of tea in the non-ground tencha form.
Maccha is powdered tea and unlike the Gyokuro and Sencha teas the drinker actually consumes 100 % of the beneficial nutrients by drinking the ground tea leaves. Maccha is rich in amino acids, vitamins, minerals and catechin antioxidants. It is a highly desirable health drink and many people drink this kind of green tea daily.

How to prepare delicious Maccha (Matcha)


Kotobuki is the best maccha we offer at MaikoTea. The tea is rich, has an intense colour and a sweet and aromatic finish.
It comes in a 40 g (almost 2 oz) hermetically and doubly sealed tin.
This superior quality Maccha is extensively used in tea houses
throughout Japan. 'Kotobuki' means blessing and refers to the grace this Maccha brings.

How to prepare delicious Maccha (Matcha)


Item#
535
Name
Maccha "Kotobuki"
Net weight
40 g (1.41 oz) in caddy
(Shipped in fancy carton)
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Shipping weight
Storage life
6 months
Price
4,050 yen
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Item#
538
Name
Maccha "Kotobuki"
Net weight
200 g (7.05 oz) in caddy
Shipping weight
Storage life
6 months
Price
20,250 yen
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An excellent quality Maccha used extensively in tea houses throughout Japan. This is a classic Koicha Maccha with a sweet and sophisticated flavor. 'Chiyo Mukashi' means '1000 generations' and is a thoughtful reminder of the many valuable achievements of those who have come before us. The tea is rich, aromatic and has an intense colour with a lightly sweet finish.
It comes in a 40 g (almost 2 oz) hermetically and doubly sealed tin.

How to prepare delicious Maccha(Matcha)


Item#
521
Name
Maccha "Chiyo Mukashi"
Net weight
40 g (1.41 oz) in caddy
(Shipped in fancy carton)
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Shipping weight
Storage life
6 months
Price
2,700 yen
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Item#
522
Name
Maccha "Chiyo Mukashi"
Net weight
200 g (7.05 oz) in caddy
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Storage life
6 months
Price
13,500 yen
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A very good quality maccha commonly used in Japanese Tea Ceremony (Cha-No-Yu). The name 'Matsu no midori' refers to the green colour of the pine tree. This is a classic thin style Maccha (Usucha) which is slightly thinner than Koicha, the thicker type of Maccha. It is high in anti-oxidants and very popular with our customers. The tea is aromatic and has an intense colour with a sweet finish.
It comes in a 40 g (almost 2 oz) hermetically and doubly sealed tin.

How to prepare delicious Maccha(Matcha)


Item#
523
Name
Maccha "Matsu no Midori"
Net weight
40 g (1.41 oz) in caddy
(Shipped in fancy carton)
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Shipping weight
Storage life
6 months
Price
2,025 yen
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Item#
524
Name
Maccha "Matsu no Midori"
Net weight
200 g (7.05 oz) in caddy
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Storage life
6 months
Price
10,125 yen
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Kyo Mukashi is a very good quality, slightly thinner Maccha (Usucha) commonly used in Japanese Tea Ceremony practice. This Maccha is the most popular one of our selection and a long time bestseller with our customers. It is the perfect choice for Cha-no-yu practice, aromatic with a sweet and refreshing finish.
It comes in a 40 g (almost 2 oz) hermetically and doubly sealed tin.

How to prepare delicious Maccha(Matcha)


Item#
525
Name
Maccha "Kyo Mukashi"
Net weight
40 g (1.41oz) in caddy
(Shipped in fancy carton)
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Shipping weight
Storage life
6 months
Price
1,350 yen
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Item#
526
Name
Maccha "Kyo Mukashi"
Net weight
200 g (7.05 oz) in caddy
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Storage life
6 months
Price
6,750 yen
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A smooth, deliciously mild Usucha which is an excellent choice for tea ceremony practice. The name 'Uji midori' refers to the beautiful green colour of the Uji area during harvest time. The tea has a rich green colour and an aromatic finish.
It comes in a 40 g (almost 2 oz) hermetically and doubly sealed tin.

How to prepare delicious Maccha(Matcha)


Item#
527
Name
Maccha "Uji Midori"
Net weight
40 g (1.41 oz) in caddy
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Shipping weight
Storage life
6 months
Price
1,080 yen
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Item#
528
Name
Maccha "Uji Midori"
Net weight
200 g (7.05 oz) in caddy
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Storage life
6 months
Price
5,400 yen
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The name of this maccha refers to Uji, a town located near Kyoto, western Honshu, Japan. The region is the historical centre for Japanese Tea Ceremony. Uji no Sato is the most affordable of our MaikoTea Maccha but is nevertheless a good choice for tea ceremony practice.
The tea has a pleasant aromatic flavour and a refreshing finish.
It comes in a 40 g (almost 2 oz) hermetically and doubly sealed tin.

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Item#
529
Name
Maccha "Uji no Sato"
Net weight
40 g (1.41 oz) in bag
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Storage life
6 months
Price
675 yen
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Item#
530
Name
Maccha "Uji no Sato"
Net weight
200 g (7.05 oz) in bag
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Storage life
6 months
Price
3,375 yen
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This is a maccha of good quality which is primarily used for baking, cooking and flavoring all kinds of foods and beverages.
With a little creativity you can enhance your favorite recipes with this delicious flavor:
1.Try adding some maccha powder to your cocktails.
2.Mix maccha into your ice cream or sprinkle a spoonful on top of it.
3.You may also want to try maccha with other dairy items like yoghurt or milk shake.
4.Stir some maccha into your breakfast porridge or cereals.
5.Just try maccha powder with any food or beverage.

You soon will not want to miss this healthy and tasty flavor of our Kakoyo maccha.




Item#
531
Name
Maccha "Kakoyo"
(Maccha for industrial use)
Net weight
200 g (7.05 oz) in bag
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Storage life
6 months
Price
2,700 yen
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About Japanese Tea
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2.Tea Picking
3.Tea Processing
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5.Serving Tea
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