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KUKICHA

TWIG TEA
GREEN TEA

Shizuoka, Tuba, Honshu, Japan

A special kind of Japanese green tea made from young leaves and stems using Sencha, Gyokuro, or Bancha tea. The fresh and sweet infusion has a deep full-bodied taste with "Umami" flavour. Unique tea definitely deserves special attention.

This is the so-called Shincha ("New tea" or First harvest), which is appreciated for its soft and special taste.

ORGANIC

AROMA
Grassy, seaweed
TASTE
Sweet, umami, grassy

CULTIVAR: Yabukita
HARVEST: Spring, 2021

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TWIG TEA

ORIGIN
Steamed like most green tea in Japan, it is a by-product of the final sorting of high-quality green tea, but in Japan, it is referred to as a separate type of tea. Due to a small amount of theine and a large content of vitamins and amino acids in the stems, this drink is very useful in its own way and has an original aroma and taste. Kukicha tea has moderate astringency and bitterness, pronounced sweetness and 'Umami'. It is a light and refreshing tea with a mild effect on the human body. One of underrated teas, definitely deserves special attention.

ORGANOLEPTIC
Dry tea leaf has sweet umami flavour with sea motifs. The taste is soft and thick with salty herbal, grassy notes without any bitterness or astringency at all. Very enjoyable tea with Japanese soul. Very nice green tea representative with a low level of caffeine. Don't forget to check amazingly sweet and fresh aroma in an empty cup.

GASTRONOMY
This tea goes perfectly with Japanese cuisine. Like Gyokuro, Kukicha is very nice in cold-brewing and a good alternative to wine during dinner. Can be used as an additive to a sauce, salads etc.
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