It has a balance of astringency and sweetness, and the taste is slightly different with each brew.
You can feel the energy of the native species.
This tea has a slightly dull but clear and powerful ochre color that makes you feel the very extract of infused tea.
Even before you drink it, the color alone gives you a sense of energy.
This tea has a powerful and rich aroma, reminiscent of the fragrance of the rich tea plantation soil.
A mixture of large and small tea leaves, powerful texture.
The used tea leaves:
Light shallow green tea leaves of various sizes.
It’s harder that other sencha, but you can still eat the used tea leaves.
Tea field: A rare native tea field on a northwest-facing slope.
The tea plantation spreads out on the northwest facing slope by the Wazuka River.
Tea cultivar: Native (30-year-old tree)
Harvest season: Middle of May
Processing: Lightly steamed (20 sec.), rolled and dried
2nd processing: None
When you need some energy.