The tamaryokucha served at Dobra is one of the fresher and more vibrant that I’ve tried. It’s somewhere between a sencha and a gyokuro on the Japanese green scale. There’s a strong fruity flavor, reminiscent of mango, yet it has a strong vegetal quality as well, just lighter than that of the shade-grown gyokuro. This is a great introductory tea for those looking to explore the world of Japanese greens. Brew in a kyusu or houhin.

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My name is Jay and I live in Burlington, VT. I create motion graphics for a living and I’m an experimental musician and filmmaker. I love tea, especially Taiwanese oolongs and aged puerh.


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