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Nagatani Tea: Uji Gyokuro - Gokou & Uji Midori (JAS Organic)

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Nagatani Tea: Uji Gyokuro - Gokou & Uji Midori (JAS Organic) - 10g / 0.35 oz / Packed by Yunomi (not certified organic) is currently unavailable and will ship as soon as it is back in stock. Repacking smaller sizes / ordering new stock generally takes 1-2 weeks.

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A high quality gyokuro from the family-owned tea factory, Nagatani Tea. This gyokuro was made from two cultivars that are from the Kyoto prefecture: Gokou and Uji Midori. With the gokou cultivar known for its' rich umami and the Uji Midori characteristic of its aromatic characteristics (floral, creamy aroma), please delight in the dance of these two cultivars! 

A bit more about these two cultivars (for those who are curious): These two cultivars were specifically developed to suit the soil and climate of Kyoto prefecture. Both are cultivars that are well-suited for shading, therefore, it is often made into gyokuro or matcha. Gokou is perhaps the more common, characteristic with its' earthy aroma and deep umami. The aromatic Uji Midori cultivar was selected in 1985 from a seed of zairai (native) tea bushes from Uji. In comparison to the gokou, it is still quite a rare cultivar perhaps because it does not leave a strong impression with its' lighter umami. 

 

Product Info

  • Ingredients: Green tea
  • Cultivar: Gokou & Uji Midori
  • Harvest: May
  • Notes: JAS certified organic, shaded
  • Region: Yuyadani Valley, Ujitawara Town, Kyoto Prefecture 

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About Nagatani Tea

Yuya Nagatani, his father, and his grandfather operate a tea factory in the heart of Japan's historical tea production region, Ujitawara, Kyoto, for more than 120 year. The teas they provide Yunomi come from their own tea fields, where they practice organic cultivation. Follow Yuya Nagatani on Instagram.

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Nagatani Tea

Nagatani Tea: Uji Gyokuro - Gokou & Uji Midori (JAS Organic)

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A high quality gyokuro from the family-owned tea factory, Nagatani Tea. This gyokuro was made from two cultivars that are from the Kyoto prefecture: Gokou and Uji Midori. With the gokou cultivar known for its' rich umami and the Uji Midori characteristic of its aromatic characteristics (floral, creamy aroma), please delight in the dance of these two cultivars! 

A bit more about these two cultivars (for those who are curious): These two cultivars were specifically developed to suit the soil and climate of Kyoto prefecture. Both are cultivars that are well-suited for shading, therefore, it is often made into gyokuro or matcha. Gokou is perhaps the more common, characteristic with its' earthy aroma and deep umami. The aromatic Uji Midori cultivar was selected in 1985 from a seed of zairai (native) tea bushes from Uji. In comparison to the gokou, it is still quite a rare cultivar perhaps because it does not leave a strong impression with its' lighter umami. 

 

Product Info

Vendor Info

About Nagatani Tea

Yuya Nagatani, his father, and his grandfather operate a tea factory in the heart of Japan's historical tea production region, Ujitawara, Kyoto, for more than 120 year. The teas they provide Yunomi come from their own tea fields, where they practice organic cultivation. Follow Yuya Nagatani on Instagram.

Size

  • 10g / 0.35 oz / Packed by Yunomi (not certified organic)
  • 100g / 3.5 oz / Original bag (JAS certified organic)
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