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GOLDEN CELEBRATIONS GYOKURO

SENCHA is a popular green tea in Japan.

Sencha is harvested three times a year, but the quality is slightly less with each harvest. The first flush, or Ichiban Cha, is by far the best.

Sencha contains more catechin than other green teas, because Sencha is in the

full sun is grown.

Sencha tastes mild astringent and smells wonderfully fresh, has a rich soft taste with a refreshing aroma

SENCHA SUPERIOR

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SENCHA SUPERIOR is high quality Sencha.

Preparation :

Tea leaves: 1.5 tbsp (7-8g)

Water temperature 80º

Amount of water: 200ml

Waiting time: 1min.

Add up to 3x water

SENCHA FUKAMUSHI

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SENCHA FUKAMUSHI has been steamed 2x longer for a more intense flavor, umami

Preparation :

Tea leaves: 1.5 tbsp (7-8g)

Water temperature 80º

Amount of water: 200ml

Waiting time: 40-45sec.

Add up to 3x water

SENCHA KARIGANE

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TEABAG SENCHA

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SENCHA KARIGANE is made from the high quality stems of Gyokuro and Sencha.

Preparation :

Tea leaves: 1.5 tbsp (7-8g)

Water temperature 80º

Amount of water: 200ml

Waiting time: 1min.

Add up to 3x water

TEABAG SENCHA is filled with superior quality Sencha.

Preparation :

Place a tea bag in a teapot or tea cup

Water temperature about 80º
Amount of water: 120ml
Waiting time: 1min.

Add up to 3x water

 

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