Uji Sencha "Musashi"

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Green Tea
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160 °F / 71 °C 0 min, 30 sec

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  • “A very enjoyable karigane sencha: sweet and toasty. More sweet in the first infusion, and more toasty in the second. Delicious, refreshing, and rather light in taste. A great tea to enjoy on...” Read full tasting note
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It’s O-Cha.com’s pleasure to be able to provide you with the Tsuen blend “Musashi”, from Japan’s oldest teashop, in a 140 gram package! A proprietary blend Yabukita breed karigane sencha,the stems from gyokuro leaves are added, giving this tea a rather strong astringency with somewhat of a “tart”, sharp taste. Very similar to Tsuen’s Otsuusan, Musashi is less sweet with a bit more astringency for those who like a stronger tasting green tea. Try it today!

Weight 140 grams
Ease of Brewing Medium – Brew w/ care.
Grams / Ounces per Pkg 140g / 4.93oz
Growing Region 100% Uji
Year Harvested
Harvest First
Grown Under Full Sun
Steaming Medium
Color Green
Aroma Strong
Taste Other
Astringency Strong
Consistency Medium

  1. of first infusions per Pkg 32
    Organic No
    Price per gram $0.15
    Breed
    Recommended Brew Temp 170F / 77C
    Recommended Brew Time 1.0 minutes
    Recommended Leaf to Water Ratio .6g per 1oz (30ml) water
    Notes Supplied to us from Japan’s oldest tea shop

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A very enjoyable karigane sencha: sweet and toasty. More sweet in the first infusion, and more toasty in the second. Delicious, refreshing, and rather light in taste. A great tea to enjoy on occasion.

First infusion — 3 g. per 8 oz. water, 65 deg., 90 sec.

Second infusion — 3 g. per 8 oz. water, 70 deg., 10 min.

Preparation
160 °F / 71 °C 0 min, 30 sec

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