Gyokuro Tea

There are 24 reviews available for this category, for 13 different varieties.

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Aiya American Premium Gyokuro

9.8/10  —  1 review
Teaviews Member: Geoff Geoff's review:
"The taste was wonderfully sweet on the forefront, creamy in the middle and tapered off with a garden-green-like finish."
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      9.8/10

Mark T. Wendell Gyokuro Jade Dew Green

8.5/10  —  2 reviews
Teaviews Member: Katie Katie's review:
"Its buttery texture and flavour balance the brilliant vegetal taste perfectly."
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      9.4/10
Teaviews Member: Sophie Sophie's review:
"This is a solid example of the genre, being lightly vegetal with lots of buttery notes. Overall I found this tea to be not terribly complex, but what it does, it does very well."
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      7.6/10

Tea Needs Extra Premium Organic Gyokuro

8.4/10  —  1 review
Teaviews Member: Katie Katie's review:
"I greatly enjoyed my gyokuro evening and my first experience with Tea Needs"
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      8.4/10

Hakoniwado Yame Gyokuro Nami

8.2/10  —  2 reviews
Teaviews Member: Sophie Sophie's review:
"I much appreciated this tea's smooth, creamy body and well-rounded profile. "
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      8/10
Teaviews Member: Vanessa Vanessa's review:
"This is a smooth yet robust green tea, and surprisingly refreshing when taken iced."
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      8.4/10

Mighty Leaf Gyokuro

8/10  —  1 review
Teaviews Member: Trent Trent's review:
"A rich vegetal artichoke like flavor, but not much sweetness."
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      8/10

Aiya Organic Gyokuro Green Tea

8/10  —  1 review
Teaviews Member: Vanessa Vanessa's review:
"a masterfully balanced combination of grassy and sweet flavors"
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      8/10

Teaflection Gyokuro Asahi Rare Green Tea

8/10  —  1 review
Teaviews Member: Geoff Geoff's review:
"The taste was incredibly different, resembling a combination of almonds, chestnuts, and rice wrapped in sweet seaweed."
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      8/10

Tea Zone Gyokuro

7.8/10  —  3 reviews
Teaviews Member: Troy Troy's review:
"Strongly vegetal, and it stood up to multiple infusions... a solid green tea, but not particularly exceptional."
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      8/10
Teaviews Member: Jeff Jeff's review:
"I’ve never had a green tea with such a light yet savory sweet taste... a precious blend."
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      8.5/10
Teaviews Member: Clay Clay's review:
"A high-grade green tea with a pleasant, grassy taste. "
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      7/10

Maeda-en Gyokuro

6.3/10  —  3 reviews
Teaviews Member: Troy Troy's review:
"A great Gyokuro, perfect for sipping hot, or cold."
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      8/10
Teaviews Member: Lynn Lynn's review:
"This tea falls under the category I call ‘finicky.’"
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      3.5/10
Teaviews Member: Vanessa Vanessa's review:
"This tea is medium-bodied, slightly sweet tea that is just savory enough to be an ideal beverage for a meal. Although it's not the absolute best gyokuro I've ever had, it is certainly a delicious and affordable one!"
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      7.5/10

TeaGschwendner Japan Gyokuro

6.3/10  —  2 reviews
Teaviews Member: Vanessa Vanessa's review:
"The brewed tea was true to its aroma; the primary flavors were grassy and springy, and there was a bit of astringency to the tea. To me, the first sip seemed harsh, but once I adjusted to the tinge of bitterness, I began to really enjoy this tea."
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      7.5/10
Teaviews Member: Numi Numi's review:
"The light body masks a very strong, almost bitter taste that isn't as smooth as I'd like. For this kind of strength, I'd expect flavors with more depth to balance it out."
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      5/10

American Tea Room Yame Gyokuro

6.1/10  —  4 reviews
Teaviews Member: Katie Katie's review:
"This is not the sort of tea I could drink regularly, nor could I sip it without thinking, but it is a great Gyokuro when appreciated fully."
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      7.4/10
Teaviews Member: Vanessa Vanessa's review:
"This tea's flavor profile was primarily vegetal and brothy, but there was an ever-so-faint melon-like sweetness present, which made the tea a well-rounded offering. "
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      7/10
Teaviews Member: Dan Dan's review:
"Overall, this tea wasn't very enjoyable for me, in so much as it's too "fussy" for my personal preference. I enjoy high quality teas, of course, but when something bucks the usual procedures this much, it becomes a bit of a hassle."
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      5.0/10
Teaviews Member: Troy Troy's review:
"A great Gyokuro, but not $160 great I'm afraid..."
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      5/10

Two Leaves and a Bud Tamayokucha

5.8/10  —  2 reviews
Teaviews Member: Sophie Sophie's review:
"Reasonably priced and organic, it an adequate cuppa for everyday needs. Grassy notes appear as the overarching flavour but a dry finish coupled with a slight amount of astringency give the tea a satisfying aftertaste."
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      6.5/10
Teaviews Member: Vanessa Vanessa's review:
"Because this tea is so mild, it could be an excellent base for flavored green tea blends. On its own, however, I found it to be too weak in the flavor department. "
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      5/10

Adagio Gyokuro

4/10  —  1 review
Teaviews Member: Shelly Shelly's review:
"Slightly thick and slippery feeling in the mouth. It is also quite astringent and bitter. I just don’t care for it. It was a green tea that is way too, well… green."
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      4/10

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