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Gyokuro Yame Kiwami 80g (2.82oz)

$52.00 USD
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This is not our absolute top-grade Gyokuro but it's a top-grade example of the excellence of Gyokuro production.

Refreshing sweet aroma and taste, smooth silky mouthfeel and richness. The skilled tea maker has blended three varieties of the tea, Yabukita, Yamakai and Sae-Midori. Each type brings their unique profile and when blended by the skilled hands of the tea maker the result is the creation of this supreme Gyokuro tea.

Gyokuro Kiwami in our Signature Collections

Yame region in Fukuoka is known for Gyokuro production Tea farms are located on the slopes of mountains and the area’s warm and foggy condition provides ideal climate for Gyokuro cultivation.

First flush, Yabukita, SaeMidori, Yamakai cultivars, Yame

4g (2 tsp) / One cup / 70-60°C (158-140°F) /90-150 sec / brew up to 3 times

Category Gyokuro yame fukuoka location
Cultivar Yabukita
Shading Reed blind+straw/synthetic covering
Picking Hand
Type Asamushi
Steam level 1
Drying temperature Low-Medium
Grade Supreme
Organic No
Region Yame
Form Loose leaf
Weight 80g (2.82oz)
Note Luxury Gyokuro

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Our Favorite Tea

We have been drinking this green tea for many years after we discovered it at The Plaza Hotel in New York. Since then we have been ordering from Chado Tea House. They have been wonderful to work with and keep us coming back. My husband travels with his tea and won’t drink any other tea.

Lawrence Wadey
Gyokuro Kiwami

I have tried all the Gyokuro range available from Chado Tea House and the Kiwami is my favourite by some way. It's superb, taste and colour. I love its iridescence. I also think I'm healthier for drinking it these past maybe five years. What's more Fumi, who runs Chado Tea House, couldn't be more genuine or helpful or friendly. I thoroughly endorse both this tea and this company and this is not one of those made-up, bullshit, reviews which abound on the 'net - particularly as I realise the Kiwami is quite expensive.