Among all green teas, sencha is the most commonly consumed. Shizuoka is a tea production area that manufactures the largest amount of tea in Japan. This tea is made using a deep-roasted manufacturing method, a feature of Shizuoka tea. The tea is steamed for approximately twice as long compared to regular sencha teas. As the steam heat is properly conveyed to the core of the tea leaves, the tea leaves are more powdery than regular sencha tea, and the tea flavor and color are deeper. The tea leaves have a reduced grassy smell and astringency, and are finer. When brewing tea, it will contain lots of the actual tea leaf content, so you can deliciously intake the active ingredients that don't dissolve in water.
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●Ingredients: green tea
●7 Main Allergens (wheat, buckwheat, egg, milk, peanut, shrimp, crab): none
●Made in Japan
●Hot to make delicious tea:
① Boil water.
② Pour hot water into teacup(s).
③ Put 2 tablespoons of tea leaves in a teapot.
④ Add water that was poured into the teacup(s) to the teapot.
⑤ Wait a short while and then pour alternately into teacups until no water remains in the teapot.
⑥ If you leave the teapot lid open slightly, you can make a delicious second brew.
*Adjust tea leaf and hot water amount in accordance with your preference.
*Freshness is vital for tea. After opening, store in a sealed container and consume as soon as possible.
*Be careful not to burn yourself when using hot water.
●Storage Instructions: Avoid high temperatures and humidity.
●Best before date (from date of manufacture): 12 months
●Manufacturer: Joshoen Co., Ltd.
●Package design and stated contents may change due to item revision.
Item No. JF07005
Item weight 110.00g
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