Azuma Tea Garden: Cooking Matcha (Standard Culinary Grade)

Size: 100g / 3.5 oz / Yunomi Resealable Bag

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JPY ¥1,799

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A blend of spring and autumn-harvested tencha leaves, Azuma Tea Garden's Cooking Matcha allows you to create the most delicious matcha baked goods, and more.

Product Info

  • Ingredients: Green Tea
  • Harvest: Spring Blend, primarily Yabukita
  • Region: Wazuka, Kyoto
  • Notes: Grown pesticide-free


Yunomi Evaluation - 34/100

Based on our own tasting, this product has the following profile. However, tastings are not conducted side by side, and different water, ambient temperature, etc. may affect the outcome. Please use this profile as a simple guide.

Note that the evaluation is based on a 100/100 rating for the very best of the best of ceremonial matcha, and not on the use of this product as an ingredient in baking.

  • Umami: 5/20 (20 being the richest umami)
  • Creaminess: 5/20 (20 being the creamiest)
  • Lack of Astringency: 7/20 (20 being least astringent)
  • Lack of Bitterness: 7/20 (20 being least bitter)
  • Texture: 5/10 (10 being the smoothest grinding)
  • Color: 5/10 (10 having the greenest, most vibrant color)


About The Azuma Tea Garden 

The Azuma family specializes in growing tencha, the leaves used for creating matcha. In the process of certifying tea fields as organic, they shifting cultivation of their fields to pesticide free practices.

Based in Wazuka, Kyoto, Japan, the family has also recently built their own matcha grinding factory becoming fully vertically integrated as a producer.

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