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Sencha Kinomi ORGANIC

Sencha Kinomi ORGANIC

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Reference : 810232
Price per unit: 6 600 Kč / Kg
6 600 Kč

Pkg:

500 g

Country of origin: Japan
Infusions: 3
Organic

The green leaves give a crystal clear infusion of bright green colour. In its taste, a significant sweetness is evident with a hint of macadamia nut. When translated the name of Kinomi means 'nut', hinting at the taste profile of the tea.

Preparation guidelines: Use 12 g of tea (approx. 7 tsp) for 1 l of water at the temperature of 60-70°C. Allow to infuse for 2-3 minutes. Strain and serve. Suitable for 3 infusions.

Sencha of ecological origin from the Kirishima town region in Kagoshima Prefecture. The tea is sourced from the May harvest from the Asatsuyu cultivar. The green leaves give a crystal clear infusion of bright green colour. In its taste, a significant sweetness is evident with a hint of macadamia nut. When translated the name of Kinomi means nut, hinting at the taste profile of the tea.

Medium

Country of origin: Japan
Infusions: 3
Organic

The green leaves give a crystal clear infusion of bright green colour. In its taste, a significant sweetness is evident with a hint of macadamia nut. When translated the name of Kinomi means 'nut', hinting at the taste profile of the tea.

Preparation guidelines: Use 12 g of tea (approx. 7 tsp) for 1 l of water at the temperature of 60-70°C. Allow to infuse for 2-3 minutes. Strain and serve. Suitable for 3 infusions.

Sencha of ecological origin from the Kirishima town region in Kagoshima Prefecture. The tea is sourced from the May harvest from the Asatsuyu cultivar. The green leaves give a crystal clear infusion of bright green colour. In its taste, a significant sweetness is evident with a hint of macadamia nut. When translated the name of Kinomi means nut, hinting at the taste profile of the tea.

Medium

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