Sakura Sencha (25g)

¥950

This limited herbal Sencha is a blend of our delicious Sencha of the Spring Sun with Wazuka’s wild Sakura (cherry tree) leaves and blossoms. A green cup of freshness and umami coupled with a fantastic flowery aroma for the most enchanting visual and tasting experience. One sip, and you are in Japan sitting under the Sakura blossoms!

 

Taste: Floral
Body: Medium
Texture: Sharp
Length: Long
Harvest: May
Tea Cultivar: Yabukita (tea) Yae-sakura (cherry blossoms)
Origin: Wazuka
Cultivation: Unshaded
Processing: Lightly Steamed, Rolled, Dried

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Description

Making and Brewing Guide

 

What is Sencha? 

SenchaSencha (煎茶) is the most popular tea in Japan and is unique in its distinctive emerald colour and grassy, vegetal taste. Directly translated as `brewing tea´, 80% of all green tea produced in Japan is considered Sencha. After being picked, the tealeaves are immediately steamed for about 40 to 50 seconds to stop them from oxidising. The tea is then rolled in several processes: rough rolling, strong rolling, middle rolling and finally fine rolling. This transforms the leaves into the beautiful needle shapes that are typical of Japanese tea.

 

 

Farmer Profile

 

Akihiro “Akky” Kita is our president and lead farmer here at Obubu. His desire to make this tea available to the general public is the foundation of Kyoto Obubu Tea Farms. In college, Akky took up a part-time job as a farmhand in Wazuka, and fell in love with the tea of this region. He made the decision then to leave college and devote his time to mastering the art of tea farming. Recognizing the need for independent farmers like himself to spread the joy of drinking Japanese tea, he travels each year during the winter off-season to bring Japanese tea to people all over the world.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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