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Tea type
Green Tea
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Typical Preparation
Use 13 oz / 382 ml of water
Set water temperature to 175 °F / 79 °C
Use 4 g of tea
Steep for 2 min, 15 sec
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“Two things today, tea and a rant. I’m writing about tea first so anyone who wants to skip the rant may do so. ;) Tea: I like this! It’s very grassy and slightly bitter, similar to a sencha but a...” Read full tasting note
“Tried this iced and paired with dinner: I’m working on my iced technique still – I tried using 50% more leaf than usual and following usual steeping parameters. So, I used 6 heaping tsp. leaves...” Read full tasting note
“Something I ordered back in September from Adagio. I wanted to give some of their teas a try based on amazing reputation I had heard, and chose a green that was particularly hard to find. This tea…...” Read full tasting note
“A light green tea with a pleasantly nutty underbelly — okay, okay: undertone (undertaste?) — that is very interesting, particularly since it comes from the addition, apparently, of twigs. Well...” Read full tasting note


Green tea from Japan that is an unusual combination of green leaves and thin white twigs. Twigs you say? Yes, and you’ll be pleasantly surprised by the results. A sweet infusion with herbal overtones and welcome hints of chestnuts. When feeling adventuresome, please give our ‘Kukicha Baton’ tea a try. And revel in its unique, playful taste.

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