Much richer than regular green tea. I added a few teaspoons of sugar, but since green tea seems to be naturally more bitter than black tea, I never try to get it very sweet. Now that I’ve had this, I definitely prefer it to other green teas.
Ashby’s of London writes this about Japanese Green Tea: "From Japan, this pan-fired tea is lightly rolled and dried over a fire in a large flat bottom pan. This tea contains the desirable “Polyphenols” that have been reported to be a cancer fighting substance. It has a very light, fresh taste and produces a transparent greenish colored brew."
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