Artisan Matcha Tea

About the Farmer:

Kyoto Tea Farms prides itself on its high-quality artisan teas. Combining elements of the whole tea plant, believing goodness of the whole tea plant, results in less waste.

Kyoto Tea Farms runs similarly to a non-profit organization, donating to several local charities and developing communities locally and globally – striving to form a community of tea enthusiasts, businesses and farmer and bridge the gap between producer and consumer.

Kyoto Tea Farms seeks to educate its consumers on tea with its University of Tea initiative. Videos on different technical, cultural, and agriculture knowledge are provided to help introduce Japanese tea to the world!. Kyoto Tea Farms searchs to revitalize the tea industry in Wazuka, Japan and beyond.

Kyoto Tea Farms is a great promoter of activities and services closely related to the divulgation of tea culture in the world such as: tea club, tea tour, business consulting, training, Japanese tea Master courses specialization and retail sale of the product.

About Matcha Tea:

Matcha (抹茶) is a fine powder made from whole ground tealeaves, and is distinctive in its rich flavor and deep green color. The young shoots are shaded for 3-4 weeks, and after harvesting and drying the stems and veins are removed from the leaf to make Tencha. This is then ground into a powder using a stone mill or ball mill. Traditionally, Matcha is prepared by dissolving the powder in hot water, and a bamboo whisk is used to froth up the mixture to achieve a smooth and creamy texture. Matcha plays an important part in the Japanese tea ceremony, the Sado or “the way of tea”, where tea preparation is used to emphasize beauty, simplicity and tranquility.

Premium Cooking Matcha retains its extraordinary color and flavor after baking. It is made from the ground leaves of the Yabukita cultivar, a popular cultivar most commonly used for making Senchas (green tea).

It has the perfect balance between aroma, flavor and color.

Cupping Profile and General Information:











Tea Cultivar:



Wazuka, Japan




Steamed, Dried, Grounded

Tea Farm:

Kyoto Tea Farms