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Gyokuro Otori no Tsuyu

Premium Gyokuro tea blend by Horii Shichimeien, Kyoto

Gyokuro Otori no Tsuyu Gyokuro Otori no Tsuyu Gyokuro Otori no Tsuyu

Made of the highest quality tea leaves from the Uji tea fields.

Thanks to the shading, called Oiga (Oou - shaded, Ga - scent), this Gyokuro has a unique fragrance, an exceptionally rich taste and a beautiful-color liquor. It is a very well-balanced, special Gyokuro.

Place of origin: Kyoto, Japan

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Item code: TNP024

Maker: Horii Shichimeien

Origin: Kyoto Pref., JAPAN

Ingredients: green tea

Best before: MAY / 2023

Dimensions: 14 × 24 cm

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How to prepare

6 g
0.2 oz
1.4 US tsp
40°C
104°F
80 ml
2.7 fl oz
80 cc
120 sec.~

1. Put 6 g (1.2 tsp ) of Gyokuro into a small Japanese teapot.
2. Cool boiled water down to 40℃ (104ºF) and pour it (80 cc) into the teapot.
3. Steep for 2 minutes and pour an equal amount of tea into each cup.

❖ This tea goes 3 steeps. For the second and third infusions, use hotter water and brew shorter.
❖ This is how we recommend brewing this tea, but we all have our preferences, so try experimenting to find the way you like it the most.

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Be******, 2021-10-19 08:15 JST, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

Excellent Gyokuro. This was my first introduction to Gyokuro and it was a great one. I've had several different Gyokuro since and still think this is good stuff. Very thick, very savory, and deliciously vegetal with excellent complexity. It's also pretty unfussy to brew. I would definitely recommend.

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Ri******, 2021-03-14 07:02 JST, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

This tea is delicate in that it doesn't hit you with a strong slightly astringent feeling as I have experienced in lower quality gyokuro; however, this tea is not weak. Rather, it is complex and full bodied with an especially creamy/thick and sweet first brew. I normally don't eat daifuku with my teas yet I really enjoy eating it with this tea, not out of necessity because this tea has absolutely no hint of astringency, but rather it is a high quality tea that warrants the splurge of a daifuku to accompany it.

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Ri******, 2021-03-14 07:01 JST, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

This tea is delicate in that it doesn't hit you with a strong slightly astringent feeling as I have experienced in lower quality gyokuro; however, this tea is not weak. Rather, it is complex and full bodied with an especially creamy/thick and sweet first brew. I normally don't eat daifuku with my teas yet I really enjoy eating it with this tea, not out of necessity because this tea has absolutely no hint of astringency, but rather it is a high quality tea that warrants the splurge of a daifuku to accompany it.

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St******, 2020-05-21 03:11 JST, ITALY

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Ka******, 2020-05-05 05:58 JST, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

A delicious gyokuro! I cannot recommend it more

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Ma******, 2019-09-27 03:07 JST, ROMANIA

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