Organic Sencha 7132

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140 °F / 60 °C 0 min, 45 sec

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  • “Brewed at low temperatures, this turns out to be a mild and pleasant fuka. It has the usual elements of an O-Cha fuka (vegetal, brothy, grassy, swampwater-green in appearance), but in a more muted...” Read full tasting note
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Organic Sencha “7132” – Grown organically in Shizuoka, this fukamushi (deep steamed) sencha has a dark green color and cloudy consistency – as deep steamed green tea should. “7132” refers to the particular clone of green tea plant this product is derived from and is usually steamed lightly making this is a rather seldom encountered green tea. Some stems were left in this product purposefully to make a more complex flavor profile. As typical with fukamushi green tea, many of the leaf particles are also very fine, almost dust-like, so a teapot with a very fine infuser screen would work best with this green tea (you may want to take a look at our teapots designed with fukamushi in mind). This is a particularly delicious, easy to drink green tea which beginners and seasoned connoisseurs will surely enjoy!

As with all of our loose leaf green teas, packaged in nitrogen flushed packaging.

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Brewed at low temperatures, this turns out to be a mild and pleasant fuka. It has the usual elements of an O-Cha fuka (vegetal, brothy, grassy, swampwater-green in appearance), but in a more muted form than others. Quite pleasant.

First infusion – 5 g. per 8 oz water, 60 deg., 45 sec.

Second infusion – 5 g. per 8 oz. water, 60 deg., 1:15 min.

Third infusion – 5 g. per 5 oz. water, 60 deg., 10+ min.

Preparation
140 °F / 60 °C 0 min, 45 sec

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