Beautiful green leaf. I can definitely see a Japanese noble sitting on a tatami mat and drinking this. It becomes bitter quite quick. So after a minute taste often. Predominantly grassy with slight marine flavors.
Tea leaves for gyokuro are grown in the shade for 20 to 30 days before harvest. Gyokuro has a noble, mellow, and sweet taste, an elegant aroma, and a light green colour. Gyokuro will undoubtedly enhance your sense of green tea.
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