Aki-Bancha - Organic Japanese Green Tea

€15.00*

Content: 0.2 kg (€75.00* / 1 kg)
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Product number: 15438.1
Product information "Aki-Bancha - Organic Japanese Green Tea"

Dosierung 1 TL (gestr.-geh.)

Temperature 80°

Infusions 3

Brewing time 30-60 sek

Bancha is produced from the pruning after the main harvest, using mainly the larger leaves. For the Aki-Bancha, the unshaded leaves from the pruning of the autumn harvest are used. Aki Bancha is light green in the cup and has a finely tart, refreshing aroma. Because of the low caffeine content of the autumn harvest, the autumn Bancha is also suitable for consumption in the early evening. In Japan, Bancha is often served in restaurants for dinner. An ideal green tea for families and beginners.

Storage

In order to preserve the precious flavours and ingredients of the tea as best as possible, we recommend to seal the bag well and store it cool and dark - ideally in your refrigerator or freezer. 

Properties

Ingredients: 100% Grüntee aus kontrolliert biologischem Anbau
Origin: Japan -Kagoshima
Degree of steaming: Irimushi- ultra-high temperature steaming
Dregree of shading: Unshaded

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5 May 2020 15:08

Ganz wunderbar !!

Dieser Tee duftet hervorragend, leicht rauchig, nach Herbstlaub und so schmeckt er dann auch. Bestes Ergebnis bei 80 Grad und mind. 30 Sekunden Ziehzeit. Gefällt mir besser als der Frühlings-Bancha.

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