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Bancha BIO

country of origin  Japan

Green tea from Kagoshima, south Japan
Bancha Keiko origins from bigger leaves that grow under fresh spring buds. It shoots after the fresh buds are picked and the trea is trimmed. Bancha has a liquor of bright green colour and harmonious taste. It is suitable for all day drinking.
Shading of original tea plants has a long tradition. In the Kagoshima region in southern Japan (with the still active Sakurajima volcano), tea plants in the most suitable estates are covered with special nets (kabuse). Shading only lets 50 % of sunlight through. Growing in halfshade closely resembles the conditions of wild tea plants. Shaded tea develops more active substances and distinctive highly aromatic scent.

Preparation: Allow 3 teaspoons (15 g) of tea for 1l of boiled water, cooled down to 75°C, steep for 50 seconds. For second infusion, cool the water down to 75°C, steep only for 15 seconds. Third infusion steep 30 seconds.


Form: Whole leaf

Area: Kagoshima

Harvest: 1st Flush

Značka: BIO

Country of origin: Japan

  • Price: 3,86 €
    Loose tea 50g - Loose tea
    In weight

  • Price: 0,98 €


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