Stems from the first pluck are carefully collected, sorted, and made into Gyokuro. First pluck stems are sweet and baking with moderate heat brings up the flavor. If you are a Japanese tea drinker, you should try this. Multiple infusions are possible.
Ingredients: Japan green tea
Made in the old traditional way, from bushes that were germinated from seed over 100 years ago from a small tea farm that the grandfather had, the father abandoned, and...
From Kyushu, on the southern most island, which is close to China. It is pan-fired not steamed or baked like most Japanese teas. Pan-firing produces a stronger flavor. Over the...