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BIO 2018 Tenryu Shincha Yama No Ibuki Competition Grade

country of origin  Japan
 
 
Description

Excellent Shincha from hilly tea gardens around Tenryu town (Heaven Dragon), Shizuoka region. Leaves come from an exceptional cultivar Yama No Ibuki and were processed with an extra care for spring tea competitions. Wonderfully processed, sligther steamed leaf shaped into long metallic shiny dark green needles. Lighter bright in a cup with a clear, pleasantly brisk, though creamy flavour with a hint of citruses.

Shincha - literally "new tea".
In Japan, the first tea harvest is a big event and people buy this tea for astronomical amounts of money during the first days.
See more in "Story".

Preparation: 1 teaspoon (5 g) of tea for 200 ml of boiled water, cooled down to 55 - 60°C, steep for 50 seconds. For second infusion, cool the water down to 65 - 70°C, steep only for 15 seconds. You can prepare more infusions in a similar way.

Story

Form: Whole leaf

Area: Shizuoka

Harvest: 1st Flush

Year: 2018

Značka: BIO

Country of origin: Japan


  • Price: 30,74 €

    50g
    Alu pack


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