The highest grade of gyokuro powder in Sakamoto-san’s standard product line. He has chosen the tea leaves to be used for each product based on his own discerning taste. Therefore, this product is not always Saemidori cultivar. The cultivar may vary depending on the timing of stock.
Haruto34 gyokuro powder. Do you know stems and vain have more amino acids than leaves? This gyokuro powder is ground gyokuro that has vain. Haruto34 is a newly developed cultivar and gives you more sweet and umami taste than Saemidori.
Handpicked gyokuro stone ground into powdered tea. The tea is full of sweet umami flavor. When you drink the tea, you will first feel its umami flavor filling your mouth, followed by astringency and bitterness in the aftertaste.
Gyokuro Kiwami is the next grade after Gyokuro Zen and is characterized by its sweet taste and mild mouthfeel. It is made from handpicked Saemidori tea leaves and give you deep green color and elegant aftertaste.