"Diese wunderbare Bitterkeit" von Christoph Peters

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Product information ""Diese wunderbare Bitterkeit" von Christoph Peters"
Christoph Peters erzählt von seinem Werdegang als Tee-Enthusiast. Von den ersten Begegnungen mit dem Kräutertee aus dem gut abgelagerten Teebeutel in der letzten Ecke des Küchenschranks mit dem in der Kindheit die Magenschmerzen kuriert werden sollten über Tee als eine Art Statussymbol in der Internatszeit und kulinarische Reiseerfahrungen kommt Peters schließlich im Rahmen von Recherchen für sein Buch Mitsukos Restaurant nicht umhin, sich genauer mit der japanischem Teezeremonie zu beschäftigen. Mit bemerkenswerter Beharrlichkeit und viel Hingabe nähert er sich diesem so fremden Ritual und beschreibt auf entspannte Art mit viel Hintergrundwissen und einem Augenzwinkern seine Erfahrungen mit dieser wunderbaren Bitterkeit.

Teefreunde werden sich wohl in der einen oder anderen Situation wiedererkennen und sich ein Schmunzeln kaum verkneifen können...ein Buch, dass Lust macht auf Tee!

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Shincha Yume 2024 - Organic Japanese Green Tea
A harmonious, multi-layered tea with a velvet-like soft texture, that develops into a fruity sweetness on the tongue. This year, we have once again refined the dream flavour of the Yume Kaori cultivar with the sweet note of the Sae Midori cultivar. Special features Shincha - the ‘new tea’ heralds the start of the tea year every spring. The first tea from the fine, particularly aromatic leaf tips, which are harvested in the subtropical climate of Kagoshima as early as mid-April. In order to capture the fresh flavour in the best possible way, shincha is dried a little lighter than usual for sencha in the final processing stage, giving the teas a special freshness that seems particularly pronounced in Shincha Yume. Cultivars: 70% Yume Kaori from the KEIKO organic farm in Kawanabe (Chiran) 30% Sae Midori from the Komaki brothers (Minami-Satsuma) Kabusecha is a green tea produced by shading the tea plants for a period of 7-10 days before harvesting, which results in a high content of chlorophyll and other active ingredients and a low level of bitterness. Their characteristic ‘shade flavour’ is called ‘ooika’. Early harvests such as Shincha Yume also have a particularly high theanine content, which is noticeable in the sweet flavour. Preparation We recommend an infusion temperature of around 60°C for a particularly round, flowery flavour. Leave the first infusion to infuse for about 1 minute. A few seconds are then enough to extract the flavour from the leaves. For the last infusion, you can increase the infusion time again to tease out all the flavour. If the tea still turns out stronger than desired, the flavour intensity can be slightly adjusted by adding a little more water. Deep steamed early harvests are particularly suitable for cold infusions (mizudashi). Even with cold water, Shincha Yume develops a particularly silky texture and a refreshing clarity of flavour after just 5 minutes of infusion. The sweet theanine notes also come into their own particularly well, as the bitter substances do not dissolve as much in cold water. Storage To preserve the tea's valuable flavours and ingredients as much as possible, please close the bag tightly and store it in a cool, dark place in the fridge or freezer.
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Content: 0.05 kg (€640.00* / 1 kg)

€32.00*
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€41.00*

Available, delivery time: 1-3 working days (in Germany)

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Content: 50 g (€64.00* / 100 g)

€32.00*

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Content: 0.03 kg (€1,133.33* / 1 kg)

€34.00*

Available, delivery time: 1-3 working days (in Germany)

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Content: 40 g (€90.00* / 100 g)

€36.00*