Grown in Kagoshima, the lush southern tip of Japan, Tamiya's Sencha is an exceptionally clean, balanced, and umami green tea that gyokuro drinkers can appreciate. The distinct taste comes from the harumoegi cultivar, which is high in amino acids and low in tannins.
Tamiya-san only grows 60 kg of harumoegi annually, and this particular batch is shincha, or the first harvest of the year.
Ingredients: green tea
Behind the name:
- TAMIYA is the name of the farmer
- SENCHA is the type of tea; sencha is green tea grown in sunlight as opposed to kabusecha and gyokuro, which are grown in the shade
- HARUMOEGI is the cultivar
What is a reserve tea? Reserve teas are teas that offer in limited quantities due to the availability of the tea itself.
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