Reminds me of the times spent at the kaiten-zushi restaurants in Japan. As the manufacturer describes on their bag, Kona-Cha has dark green color, and a strong yet clear flavor that goes well with meals. Tea is very robust and works fine with hot water directly from a Keurig, and with a strainer (I use a finum brewing basket) to hold the kona-cha to steep for around 30 seconds, the result is a great cup of tea that can be enjoyed throughout the day.
Kona-Cha Sushi Tea (Blender's Series)
Kona-cha (or Sushi Tea, as some may call it), is made of fannings and dust of teas, which are byproducts of tea processing. It contains finely broken tea leaves of various tea types, creating a densely rich blend of sweet, savory, and salty. Ours is tossed with a little bit of matcha for an added flavor oomph.
To brew this tea, you will need a strainer. Combine 1 tbsp with 1 cup (8-12 oz) of just-boiled hot water for 30 seconds, and pour through a strainer.