Japan Tamaryokucha (717)

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Green Tea
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175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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  • “Has a nice, brisk sencha-like flavor with a very savory, somewhat creamy aftertaste. It really just tastes like a cross between a good quality sencha and a gyokuro. The pan-fired taste is fantastic. ” Read full tasting note
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    tcaldron 59 tasting notes
  • “This Japanese green tea is pleasantly grassy with creamy, medium weight body that lightly lingers on the top of the palate (cf. umami). Alongside this briny grass-like flavor comes a nuttiness...” Read full tasting note
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    teatimetuesday 34 tasting notes

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The muted green color indicates this is not your typical Japanese Green Tea. This specialty of Kyushu is pan-fired, rather than steamed, and hand-rolled in the traditional Chinese fashion. The result is a stunning mélange of flavors highlighted by briny grass, almonds and the tartness of berries. Five hundred years of tea tradition come alive in this golden yellow infusion.

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2 Tasting Notes

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59 tasting notes

Has a nice, brisk sencha-like flavor with a very savory, somewhat creamy aftertaste. It really just tastes like a cross between a good quality sencha and a gyokuro. The pan-fired taste is fantastic.

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This Japanese green tea is pleasantly grassy with creamy, medium weight body that lightly lingers on the top of the palate (cf. umami). Alongside this briny grass-like flavor comes a nuttiness resembling almonds. Adding more complexity to this cup, there is light cut on the back end that is reminiscent of a mellowed, bitter orange citrus (similar to the peel, but not as harsh). Complex in flavor, but simple in it’s description, this tea provides a very good warm cup on a cold day that can help intensify the mind’s introspection and, like any tea, the calmness to approach what you discover (paraphrased from Jason Witt).

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 0 sec
Cofftea

Do you mean umami?

teatimetuesday

Yes, thank you for noting that. :)

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