The poetic name means "Heart of Hearts." The delicate nature of this tea permeates your subconscious. Your taste buds are the last to fully understand how subtle and sublime each layer is, but your body and heart have already given in to the enjoyment of this matcha.
The balance and complexity of this matcha are perfect for those who like to make strong servings of matcha. The special bittersweet cocoa taste and nutty aroma will become more pronounced when made thick. Good quality matcha doesn't become bitter when more is used. Instead, the taste will be stronger, and the liquid will become thicker. This is what makes Koicha grade matcha so special.
Here is a short guide on how to make the perfect bowl of matcha
Uji, Japan (Kyotonabe)
30% Gokoh, 20% Asahi, 50% Samidori
Nutty, delicately sweet, tart green apple
15 x 2g