Dan - Organic Japanese Green Tea

€22.00*

Content: 0.05 kg (€440.00* / 1 kg)
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Product number: 11468.1
Product information "Dan - Organic Japanese Green Tea"

Dosierung 1 TL (gestr.-geh.)

Temperature 123 55-70°

Infusions 4

Brewing time 30-60 sek

Cold infusions

Dan (english:"warm") is a Kabusecha from the early first picking in April. The stronger firing during drying gives this harmonious tea a deep green cup and its warm, voluminous fragrance. The name of the tea derives from this unusual way of processing: "Warm". This tea impresses with a beguiling, velvety taste.

Kabusecha

Kabusecha is a green tea for which the tea plants are shaded, thus forming a high content of chlorophyll and other active ingredients and at the same time little bitter substances. Their characteristic "shade aroma" is called "ooika".

Fukamushicha  

Like many KEIKO teas, this is an intensively steamed tea (Fukamushi-cha, 100 - 120 seconds steaming time). Due to the gentle steaming process, the leaf pores open and the extracts from the tea leaf reach the water more easily and quickly. This can be recognized by the deep green tea colour in the cup and the yield of the tea - with top qualities up to 4 infusions are possible!

Cold Brew      

Intensively steamed early pickings are also particularly suitable for cold infusions (Mizudashi or Cold Brew). By infusing the leaves with cold water you will get an intensive and refreshing tea after only a few minutes. Since the bitter substances do not dissolve as strongly in cold water, the sweet aromas of the Kabusecha are especially noticeable.

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%Kabusecha(green tea) from certified organic cultivation
Origin: Japan -Kagoshima
Degree of steaming: Fukamushi- deeply steamed
Dregree of shading: Half shade (7 - 10 days)

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23 April 2023 17:36

kann ich nicht beurteilen

Diesen Tee kaufe ich für ein Geschenk an einen Verwandten, der begeistert davon ist.

5 March 2023 01:19

So so lecker, bestens!

Der Tee ist einfach top. Sehr zu empfehlen. Viel umami, keine Bitterkeit.

20 December 2022 14:34

bekömmlicher Tee der an geröstete Nüsse oder Gebäck aus dem Ofen erinnert

Der Tee ist gut zu trinken. Er schmeckt nach gerösteten Nüssen und ist ähnlich wie der KEIKO Jubiläumstee der auch sehr lecker ist.

18 May 2020 14:44

Very good taste. A top quality tea.

I am very happy with this tea and will buy more in the future.

Green Tea Pesto

Green tea leaves contain many valuable active ingredients - even after they have been infused several times. So why not further utilise the delicate, aromatic tea leaves?

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When it is getting colder outside, it is nice to have something warmer in the cup. Intensely fired green teas with their warm variety of flavours are particularly suitable.

Mizudashi Cold Brew

Lively green, soothingly mild and refreshing: Learn how to prepare the green tea cold brew quickly and easily!

Shincha 2023

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Wir sind im Team Theanin

Denn diese unscheinbare Aminosäure macht aus einem einfachen Heißgetränk einen Genuss, der nicht nur den Gaumen streichelt, sondern auch Körper, Geist und Seele.

Accessories

Green Tea Info Brochure, German
Item No. 60000.1 The info brochure offers an overview of the KEIKO Green Tea products as well as background information on cultivation, processing and preparation of the tea. Language: German

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