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Gyokuro Oku no Tsuyu

Exclusive tea from the first harvest of 2020 by Horii Shichimeien, Kyoto

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High quality gyokuro by Horii Shichimeien, Kyoto

This Gyokuro Oku no Tsuyu is blended by Horii Shichimeien. Made of two kinds of tea cultivars: hand-picked Goko from Kyotanabe city and Ujihikari from Wazuka.
Place of origin: Kyoto, Japan

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Item code: TNP034

Maker: Horii Shichimeien

Origin: Kyoto Pref., JAPAN

Ingredients: green tea

Best before: FEB / 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
100 ml
3.4 fl oz
100 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 (100 ml) into the teapot.
3. Steap for 2 minutes and pour the equal amount of tea in each cup.

The same tea leaves can be used three times. Use hotter water for the second and third infusion.
Used tea leaves should be immersed for a shorter time.

The taste of tea is a matter of preference, so try infusing tea in several ways and find your favorite taste.

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Ru******, 2022-02-16 13:57 JST, INDONESIA

Brief (few seconds) steeps in 70 Celsius water. Liquor is an almost-clear light green in look. Taste is smooth and sweet in umami. The umami level is soft but no bitterness at all despite I use a higher temperature than recommended. Mouthfeel is slightly sticky and the aftertaste remains for a long while. Wet leaves are freshly green, giving off a light seaweed aroma that is also vegetal. By the 5th infusion the sweetness mellows down and starts to give a vegetal note.

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Ba******, 2021-01-25 20:53 JST, PHILIPPINES

Gyokuro Oku no Tsuyu tea did not disappoint. At first infusion, it has a sweetness taste to it, and a lot of umami. Second to fifth infusions there are a little bit of bitterness to it. An excellent sincha.

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Do******, 2020-06-12 16:35 JST, HUNGARY

This tea caught my attention immediately, I was always curious what a shin gyokuro would be like. And it did not disappoint! At first it has a slightly more mellow taste than most other gyokuro with a strong umami taste, but then a strong, raw aftertaste follows that is so unique to shincha. It is a great, interesting balance of sweet, silky and astringent.

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