Kinrin ("Golden Wheel")

Kinrin 金輪 "Golden Wheel"

Origin: Uji, Japan

Grade: Ceremonial Grade, Koicha (thick tea) and Usucha (thin tea)

High-quality matcha, one of the most affordable grades for thick tea. Made into a thin tea, it is light, soft and has a clean, fresh taste.

This matcha is freshly processed after TeeMaa's order was made. We order around once in 2 or 3 months.

Size: 20 g

About Marukyu Koyamaen (丸久小山園):

Marukyu Koyamaen is a highly regarded tea grower, procurer and tea blender located in the heart of Uji, Kyoto, with over 300 years history dating back to 1704. Generation after generation, Marukyu Koyamaen has offered the highest quality matcha and loose leaf teas, through the upmost respect for traditional know-how and the consistent improvement of modern technology.

TeeMaa is honored to be its retailer in Finland, providing such wonderful delicacy of tea to tea lovers in Finland and the rest of Europe. We also want to share Marukyu Koyamaen's spirit, dedication and love of tea traveling through three centuries in time.

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Kinrin 金輪 "Golden Wheel"

Origin: Uji, Japan

Grade: Ceremonial Grade, Koicha (thick tea) and Usucha (thin tea)

High-quality matcha, one of the most affordable grades for thick tea. Made into a thin tea, it is light, soft and has a clean, fresh taste.

This matcha is freshly processed after TeeMaa's order was made. We order around once in 2 or 3 months.

Size: 20 g

About Marukyu Koyamaen (丸久小山園):

Marukyu Koyamaen is a highly regarded tea grower, procurer and tea blender located in the heart of Uji, Kyoto, with over 300 years history dating back to 1704. Generation after generation, Marukyu Koyamaen has offered the highest quality matcha and loose leaf teas, through the upmost respect for traditional know-how and the consistent improvement of modern technology.

TeeMaa is honored to be its retailer in Finland, providing such wonderful delicacy of tea to tea lovers in Finland and the rest of Europe. We also want to share Marukyu Koyamaen's spirit, dedication and love of tea traveling through three centuries in time.