5p x 2g tea bags for cups (individually wrapped)
Tea flavor description:
Nuwara Eliya, with its youthful and floral astringency and sweetness, Uva, with its lively and crisp flavor, and Dimbula, with its smooth and pleasant taste, are blended together to create this original blend, which was very popular last year as well.
A high quality blend with a taste that cannot be expressed by a single tea, and a deep and elegant perfection! Of course, only the highest quality and freshest tea leaves, which are selectively handpicked during the short quality season, are lavishly used.
The taste is truly fresh, and you will not get tired of drinking it until the very end. It is both enjoyable for a hot tea and iced tea. Great for those who are chilled from the air conditioning! You can enjoy it in a variety of ways!
Tea growing area 1 : Nuwara Eliya, Sri Lanka (about 2000m above sea level)
Tea growing area 2: Dimbula, Sri Lanka (altitude: about 1500 m)
Tea growing area 3: Uva, Sri Lanka (altitude: about 1800 m)
Tea aroma: The characteristic floral, linalool and salomethyl aromas of the three teas are present, in that order. Citrusy notes come from Uva, floral touches from Dimbula.
Water brew: tannic at first, then thirst-quenching, crisp and mineral.
Hot tea: elegant start, followed by fine citrus notes. As the temperature drops, a light astringency and body linger. At room temperature, light flavor and sweetness.
Food pairings: Sandwiches, rice balls, fresh cakes, pies, Japanese sweets. Goes well with most sweets.
How to prepare delicious tea:
This is a tea has a "stretch" that allows you to adjust the flavor by the amount of hot water and steeping time.
Straight: 200ml boiling water for 4 minutes (squeeze)
Iced tea: 100 ml boiling water, squeeze for 3 minutes, then pour into a glass full of ice.
Water brew: 150 ml of water → overnight in the refrigerator (about 5 hours)
Cider brew: 150ml of sparkling water → overnight in the refrigerator (about 5 hours)
Shelf life: More than 6 months
Storage Method: Store away from high temperature and high humidity.