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The rustic appearance of the leaves of this Sencha indicates that they were not harvested until autumn. In tandem with the appearance, it is also known for its characteristic aftertaste, which stays in the mouth for a long time after drinking. After brewing, it releases mature, sweet and crisp, with a slightly fruity aroma, peach or apricot aftertaste. Miyazaki Prefecture is the fourth largest tea-producing region in Japan.


Ingredients: 100% green tea


Country of Origin: Japan


Recommended brewing method: 1 teaspoon of tea per cup (200 ml) of water at a temperature of about 80 degrees Celsius (i.e. about 5 minutes after boiling the water), infusion time - depending on individual preferences - from 1 to 3 minutes covered, after this time separate the leaves from the infusion. The infusion is ready!



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