Karel Capek Shikuwasa Green Tea 2021 (5 pcs.)
Karel Capek Shikuwasa Green Tea 2021 (5 pcs.)
Karel Capek Shikuwasa Green Tea 2021 (5 pcs.)
Karel Capek Shikuwasa Green Tea 2021 (5 pcs.)
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Karel Capek Shikuwasa Green Tea 2021 (5 pcs.)

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Product description:

Sweet + Umami + Refreshing Astringency
The sweetness of Yame-shi green tea that brings you joy
Individually wrapped tea bags (5 pcs.)

The third one of the 2021 water-infused series!

The tea is made from green tea produced in Okuyame Hoshino Village, Fukuoka Prefecture, which is certified as "the most beautiful village in Japan".

A luxurious cup with a fresh aroma and sweet taste.

Fresh shikuwasa flavor for added freshness.

This tea is made with the freshest and sweetest Yame green tea.

The freshness of the tea is unparalleled with the individually wrapped tea bags.

Enjoy a special moment with a luxurious cup.

Product information:

Contents amount: 10 g
Product size (height x depth x width): 10 cm x 4 cm x 8 cm

How to prepare delicious tea

Delicious way to drink
First infusion: 150~200ml of 80℃ water → 1 minute
Second infusion: 30 seconds
Iced Tea: 80ml hot water at 80℃ → 1 minute (squeeze) → pour into a glass full of ice and stir.
Water/carbonated: 150 ml water or carbonated water (unsweetened or sweetened) → refrigerate overnight

Ingredients

Green tea (domestic)/flavoring

Shelf life: More than half a year
Storage Method: Store away from high temperature and high humidity.

Tea Profile

Place of origin: Okuyame, Fukuoka Prefecture


Tea plantation: Hoshino Tea Plantation

Tea liquid: Yellowish brown

Tea leaves: Selected Yame Ichibancha

Production method: Original selection technique and master fire-roasting technique

Tea leaf aroma: Light, three-dimensional sweetness and clear aroma. There is an element of deliciousness in it.

Taste: delicate and refreshing flavor when served with water or carbonated water.
Healthy aroma with hot water. Sweetness and umami afterwards. Sophisticated aroma and throat-slipping. Sweet taste even when the temperature drops.

Flavoring: A refined and refreshing slight aroma of shikuwasa.
Sweets: With Gyuhi and other famous sweets from around Japan.