The twigs from the Spring Sencha harvest are roasted and made into Kukicha, also known as Twig tea. Kukicha offers a mild and soft cup. This tea contains very little caffeine and makes for a beautiful evening tea.
The organic teas we import are artisanally farmed and crafted. They may change with each harvest season. The same tea harvested at a different time of year and processed by a different tea maker will vary slightly in flavour and finish.
|Tasting Notes||A mild yet flavourful tea with a sweet slightly nutty linger.|
Japan is famous for its production of fine, green teas. Tea in Japan dates back to the 12th Century when tea began arriving from China. Since then Japanese tea culture has developed into a giant industry distinguished by its innovative growing conditions. Most Japanese teas are steamed to halt the process of oxidization. This method, gives the tea a vegetal, sometimes slightly fishy cup. The first Spring harvest produces the very popular Sencha. The second harvest produces a Bancha. For the production of certain teas, the tea plants are covered and grown in the shade a couple of weeks before harvest. This adds a bright green tone to the teas later processed into Matcha.
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