Organic gyokuro green tea, 50g - OCHA

Reference 7-EPI-2511-THEGYO

Organic gyokuro green tea, 50g - OCHA


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Technical data

Capacity 50g
Product origin made in Japan
Energy 1377 kJ/ 329 Kcal
Fat 4.3 g
Carbohydrates 43.9 g
wich Sugars 32.7 g
Protein 29.1 g
Salt 0.028 g

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Tasting tea, Gyokuro green tea is a great vintage. The aromatic richness of Gyokuro Green tea leaves offers the best quality of Japanese tea for a true gourmet tasting. Its fresh and intense flavor is characterized by with exceptional softness and roundness in the mouth.

Gyokuro green tea has stimulating and invigorating properties that help resist physical and mental fatigue. The Japanese name "Gyokuro" is synonymous with the best quality of green tea.

A high-end tasting tea, Gyokuro is an exceptionally rich tea, grown in shade. This Japanese name is synonymous with the best quality of green tea. Gyokuro is recognizable by its intense green color and its rolled, needle-shaped leaves. It is particularly long and intense on the palate thanks to its intense Umami aromas, stimulating and refreshing. To be enjoyed in small cups.

It comes from the prestigious Uji terroir which produces the most renowned teas in Japan. It has been the subject of meticulous care from the orchard to your cup.


Spring green tea leaves* *Product from organic farming.

Cannot replace a varied, balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. It is recommended to respect the recommended doses. Recommended dose for maximum benefits: 2.5g of infused green tea per day (1 level teaspoon equals 2g).


Harvest of spring green tea leaves grown under shade, rolling, drying.

Tasting tips

Japanese green teas are enjoyed over very short infusions: no more than 1 min. The infusions are tasted successively by infusing the same tea leaves (up to 2 to 3 times).

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