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Japanese Kuro Tea ORGANIC

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Reference : 821324
Price per unit: 5 880 Kč / Kg
5 880 Kč5880.00CZK

Pkg:

1000 g

Country of origin: Japan
Infusions: 1
Organic

loose leaf black tea

Description

Producing black tea (known as "kuro") is highly unusual in Japan. This example is harvested from the Benifuuki cultivar of tree on a family-run farm in Kagoshima Prefecture, which has been in the business since 1970. The estate is overseen by a young woman, an uncommon practice in the country. Brewing the dark brown leaves results in a brown-orange liquor with the aroma and taste of forest honey, cocoa bean and a subtle hint of orange note at the close.

preparation

Preparation guidelines: Use 12 g of tea (approx. 6 heaped tsp) per 1 l of freshly boiled water. Allow to infuse for 3 minutes, then strain. Suitable for 1 infusion.

Composition

Black tea (“kuro”) is rarely produced in Japan. This one comes from a family-run farm in Kagoshima Prefecture, where tea has been harvested since 1970. The leaves grow on trees of the Benifuki cultivar. The garden is managed by a young woman of the family, which is highly unusual in Japan. Infusing the dark brown leaves creates an orange-brown liquor with the aroma and taste of wild honey and cacao bean, followed by a fine note of orange at the close.

Country of origin: Japan
Infusions: 1
Organic

loose leaf black tea

Description

Producing black tea (known as "kuro") is highly unusual in Japan. This example is harvested from the Benifuuki cultivar of tree on a family-run farm in Kagoshima Prefecture, which has been in the business since 1970. The estate is overseen by a young woman, an uncommon practice in the country. Brewing the dark brown leaves results in a brown-orange liquor with the aroma and taste of forest honey, cocoa bean and a subtle hint of orange note at the close.

preparation

Preparation guidelines: Use 12 g of tea (approx. 6 heaped tsp) per 1 l of freshly boiled water. Allow to infuse for 3 minutes, then strain. Suitable for 1 infusion.

Composition

Black tea (“kuro”) is rarely produced in Japan. This one comes from a family-run farm in Kagoshima Prefecture, where tea has been harvested since 1970. The leaves grow on trees of the Benifuki cultivar. The garden is managed by a young woman of the family, which is highly unusual in Japan. Infusing the dark brown leaves creates an orange-brown liquor with the aroma and taste of wild honey and cacao bean, followed by a fine note of orange at the close.

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