Tamaryokucha

Original Japanese Tamaryokucha
Tamaryokucha (jap. 玉緑茶) is composed of the words, Tama = gemstone, ryoku = green and cha = tea. Tamryokucha is also often found under the name Guricha (Guri = curly, crimped). The "curly, puckered" leaves resemble more a Chinese green tea than the usually stretched leaves of a Japanese green tea. The Tamaryokucha gets its Japanese character from an intense grassy taste, which usually reminds of berries or almonds. As the tannins and bitter substances in Tamaryokucha are very low, this tea is ideal for beginners in the world of Japanese green tea. Its high quality is also very popular with true connoisseurs. Unlike Sencha, Tamaryokucha is not needle rolled before drying, the tea leaves are left in their original, comma-shaped form.
 
Ashikita Kamairi Tamaryokucha Koshun
A designated mild Tamaryokucha. Tasteful with an elegantly subtle cherry note and a hint of chestnut.
(50 grams)
15,00 EUR
30,00 EUR per 100 gram

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