Tenbu Fuka - Organic Japanese Green Tea

€29.95*

Content: 0.05 kg (€599.00* / 1 kg)

This product will be available from 15 July 2024

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Product number: 10398.1
Product information "Tenbu Fuka - Organic Japanese Green Tea"

Dosierung 1 TL (gestr.-geh.)

Temperature 123 55-70°

Infusions 5

Brewing time 30-60 sek

Cold infusions

Tenbu Fuka, Tenbu = "dance in heaven", is picked in mid-April. In the cup of deepest dark green, in the echo truly "infinite". Even for connoisseurs of top quality green teas a surprise and in Japan a rarity.

 

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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24 March 2023 12:14

Fulminantes Teevergnügen - eine wahre Offenbarung für Grünteeliebhaber

Ich kann meinen Vorrezensenten nur beipflichten: Es sind ohne Probleme 4 Aufgüsse möglich mit zwei gehäuften Teelöffeln pro Tasse und die Farbe, Aroma und Dichte des Tees haben mir wahrlich die Augen geöffnet. Wenn man die Aufgussanzahl bedenkt nicht zu teuer für 50 Gramm-Menge, in welchem ich bestelle. Weitere Preis-Leistungsempfehlungen sind der Tenko und der Dan

20 April 2022 15:17

Sagenhafter und exquisiter Tee

Exquisiter Teegenuss!!!!

14 December 2021 13:52

Intensiver Grüntee mit bestem Geschmack

Mein Favorit im Keiko-Sortiment. Der Tee hat neben dem typischen Premium-Grüntee-Geschmack ein perfekt ausgewogenes süß- und bitteres Aroma und schmeckt äußerst frisch. Es sind problemlos 4 Aufgüsse möglich, erst ab dem 5. lässt die Geschmacksqualität wirklich nach. Auf jeden Fall mal ausprobieren, für mich ist der absolute Favorit.

13 December 2019 19:33

komplexer Tee mit Tanninen

der Tee ist geschmacklich schwer zu beschreiben . Er schmeckt frisch, herb, nach Heu und nussig. Man merkt die Gerbsäure (Tannine), die Zunge ist etwas pelzig. Mir schmeckt der Tee sehr gut., nur die Bitterkeit ist vielleicht nich jedermanns Sache. Der Kukicha ist weniger bitter

Mizudashi Cold Brew

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Shincha 2023

Shincha - the "new tea" heralds the beginning of the tea year every spring. Every year we eagerly await the first tasting - but this year it was particularly exciting: a late frost at the beginning of April severely affected some tea plants...

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