This tea is made in Ryogochi, Shizuoka prefecture, Japan. It is produced from the Inaguchi cultivar, an uncommon cultivar discovered in 1988 in the estate of Mr. Inaguchi.This tea has a round, vegetal and fruity first impression, then becomes increasingly fresh and floral.
- Shizuoka, Japan
- Tea colour:
- Green tea
Appearance: beautiful regular needles
Colour: beautiful dark green
Notes: fresh sea spray, fresh vegetal
Notes: cooked vegetable, fruity, hot butter, sweet seaweed
Colour: light green
Flavour: umami, sweet
Notes: cooked vegetal, fruity, floral (osthmanthus), fresh
Suggestion of preparation
With the tasting set: 2' minutes in water heated to 70°C.
With the Kyusu / Shiboridashi by successive 1 minute infusions.
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