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Gyokuro Organic Green Tea

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Gyokuro is one of the highest forms of organic Japanese whole leaf green tea. We are proud to offer Gyokuro green tea from a certified Organic production that comes from Aichi Prefecture. Like the tea bushes for matcha, for Gyokuro the tea bushes are grown under intense shade for 2-3 weeks before the plucking of leaves.

DRY LEAF: Long needle like, vivid green leaves with a rich sweet smell.

WET LEAVES: Grassy green with a savory nose.

CUP: Light green liquor. Slightly grassy, salty, creamy with a mild sweetness. Rich umami.


   1  heaping tsp to 4oz water

   124 F (We recommend using lukewarm water and longer steeping time. This brings out the sweetness better in the tea.) For second steep use 140F.

   3 mins, second steep 3 mins


Near Nishio, Aichi Prefecture.

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4.9 Based on 12 Reviews
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Austin R.
United States United States
Love the Gyokuro!

True to the description, it is sweet and better cooked at a lukewarm temperature. Very good taste and improved mood/focus after. Thanks!

Happy Earth Tea

Thanks for the fantastic feedback Austin. Enjoy!

Christine O.
United States United States
Great tea and great conversation during our visit!

I love it and will buy it again!

Happy Earth Tea

So glad to hear your enjoying the Gyokuro tea Christine. May it keep you healthy and warm!

Kuldip M.
United States United States
Wonderful Tea Shop

Excellent as always!

Jim B.
United States United States
Online tea order

Always an easy & pleasant experience with online orders. Filled/available quickly (I pick up). Staff always friendly & knowledgeable.

Kuldip M.
United States United States
Wonderful Tea Shop

This is one of the best shops in Rochester. Well worth the visit! The only place I go for loose tea.