So much going on in this cup. More complex than I expected. One of my favorites.
“*squee* This is my sort of green tea! Gahhhh!! The smell is so juicily vegetal like Treasuregreen's Emerald (Silver). I nearly died when I smelled the wet leaf post-infusion, because I definitely...” Read full tasting note
“I've decided this is my favorite Japanese green, and I'm upping the rating to 100 because I think it's perfect. I like it even better than the Shinchas I ordered from Den's this spring (as good as...” Read full tasting note
“This has aged a bit, but was still quite tasty. Yum. I couldn't really pick out any specific notes, but it was buttery and vegetal with a nice side of saltiness. One more cuppa left! maybe two. ” Read full tasting note
“Sipdown, 182. Thanks to *Ellen* for this sample! Today I learned when it comes to Japanese green tea, follow the f#%king directions. This time I followed Den's directions exactly. And this tea...” Read full tasting note
It is our best quality Fukamushi-Sencha and is also unique in that it is from a special species, Yutakamidori. Den’s favorite Fukamushi-Sencha.
Origin: Yame, Fukuoka
Harvest: First Flush 2009
A robust chestnut-like flavor and vibrant green color. Mild but full-bodied.
Den’s Preferred Brewing:
Water: 3oz @ 160F
Leaves: 2 grams or 1 level teaspoon
Steep: 45 sec
2nd Cup: Water @ 180F; Steep 15 sec
Company description not available.
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