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Chideno Ikkyu Toshiro Green Tea - Premium Organic Kamairicha Miayazaki Tea

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Product Specifications

Chideno Toshiro Premium Green Tea - Premium Organic Kamairicha Miayazaki Tea

Import Designation: Imported from Japan Distributed by Inter Counsel Commercial Ltd 

Type: 100% Japanese Green tea from Miyazaki

Quality: Premium Organic Kamairicha Tea , a Green tea

Certified Organic: Yes, JAS Certified

Cultivated by: Yabukita, Kanaya Midori

Amount: 50 Grams 

Expiration: 18 Months , Opened: 6 Weeks

Rarity: Extremely Rare - First Harvest

The Chideno Toshiro is an organic Kamairicha Green Tea produced by Miyazaki Sabo picked end may during the first harvest from the Miyazaki perfecture.

One of the rarest high-grade green teas produced and imported from Japan is not steamed but fried and is still full of antioxidants and definitely very much a green tea with a certain freshness factor, sweetness and subtle umami (highly balanced).

Caffeine levels of the Toshiro is quite low and hence we recommend it as a late afternoon brew. 

It can be easily brewed, in just one minute, with almost boiling water. It contains average levels of theanine and catechins.

In the mouth, you can enjoy the unmistakable taste of umami but it remains low-key, and the sweetness counterbalances its bitterness.

It is a refreshing green tea, with delicious fresh and slightly roasted fragrance that reminds you of its almost-gone processing method.

Cultivation

Facing the Pacific Ocean, Miyazaki prefecture is known of its beautiful pristine beaches and its verdant and luscious mountains. It enjoys a mild climate. While it is not well known outside Japan for its tea, Miyazaki is actually the fourth tea-producing region of Japan. This area produces very high quality tea. It is notably home to the exceptional and rare Kamairi-cha, made using a very special production technique (pan fry).

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Tasting Notes: See Image guide

Brewing Method: 

A. Tea Quantity: 6 Grams / Serving

B. Water: 160 Ml

C. Water Temp: 90C

D. Brew Time: 60 Seconds