SeJak 2014 ECO

Tea type
Green Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Grass, Seaweed, Sweet
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
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Certification
Organic
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3 g 3 oz / 100 ml

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  • “3g in Gaiwan. Dry leaf: Loose leaves; looks like dried grass. Wet leaf: Smells like sencha with hints of high mountain Dayuling. Summary: A Korean green tea, which provides a sencha-like flavour...” Read full tasting note
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Korean green tea picked in the spring of 2014 in Hadong district, Jiri mountains. Grown and produced by an organic, one of the best small tea companies making all-hand made tea in the area. The tea leaves were packed in the tea farm so that the very freshness is provided. The tea gives several, even 5-6 good tea brews. Its making (a way of producing it) preserves his freshness even for more that a year.
SeJak ‘grade’ refers to one of the first flushes that is performed from April 20th to 25th.
The taste is sweet&bitter, with varied and strong fragrance. Thick and rich tea soup, oily. Intense aftertaste. Milky&flower aroma in the cup.

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3g in Gaiwan.

Dry leaf: Loose leaves; looks like dried grass.
Wet leaf: Smells like sencha with hints of high mountain Dayuling.
Summary: A Korean green tea, which provides a sencha-like flavour with an unusual boldness.
Note: This is my very first Korean green tea so my description might not be that good.

No rinse. First brew is well below boiling; then each subsequent brew has a slightly higher temperature.

40s – Very faint yellow liquor. The aroma is quite strong. The flavour is sencha-like with a grassy sweetness. It tastes very much like sencha with the grassy sweetness, seaweed and umami. The sweetness roof and back of the mouth. The liquor has some thickness to it. The finish is very smooth and lingers for some seven seconds. Very pleasant.
55s – Faint yellow/green liquor. The lower temperature is really bringing out the soft sencha-like sweetness. Swirling it around the mouth reveals a range of sweet flavours. There is no taste of artificial sweetness; it is mainly fresh.
1 minute 10 sec – Very light green liquor. Liquor is fairly thick; sweetness has a little astringency.
1 minute 25 sec – I have increased the temperature and it has capped the sweetness and gives it more boldness and astringency.
1 minutes 40 sec – Poured from the kettle, which boiled minutes ago. It has taken the hot water well. The sweetness sparkles a little and it is active in the mouth. It is bold and stimulating. It’s interesting how this tea has taken the hot water; sencha would have tasted overly bitter at this high temperature, plus it would not have lasted as long. I find sencha (from O-Cha) generally makes 3 good brews.
1 minute 30 sec – Boiling water. Still sweet, but more like the base for Genmaicha without the roasted rice.

Flavors: Grass, Seaweed, Sweet

Preparation
3 g 3 OZ / 100 ML

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