Sae Gyokuro 2023 - Organic Japanese Green Tea

€36.00*

Content: 40 g (€90.00* / 100 g)
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Product number: 10007.1
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Temperature 123 55-70°

Infusions 3

Cold infusions

The organic cultivation of fully shaded Gyokuro is an art that finds its perfection in this exclusive tea. Enjoy the velvety texture and a pristine aroma with the innocent fruity sweetness reminiscent of young sugar peas, which results from an especially high theanine content.

From the prized cultivar Sae Midori our farmers have created a real treasure: the Sae Gyokuro.

With a velvety texture, a pristine aroma and an innocent sweetness reminiscent of young sugar peas. A tea that invites you to dream.

As a seasonal tea, Sae Gyokuro is only harvested once a year and available only while stocks last.

In two stages, the tea plants are shaded for a total of 3 weeks and slightly steamed (chumushi).

We recommend three infusions at 50-60°C for this tea, the fruity aromas are particularly effective in cold infusion.

Fully shaded teas from organic cultivation are particularly rare, as the tea plants are also particularly prone to parasites in the strong shade and special diligence and experience are required for cultivation. However, the effort is rewarded with a very special, multifaceted density of aromas.

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 in the refrigerator or freezer.

Properties

Ingredients: 100%Gyokuro(Grüntee) aus kontrolliert biologischem Anbau
Origin: Japan -Kagoshima
Degree of steaming: Chumushi- mormal steaming
Dregree of shading: Full shade

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