The tea has a soft sweetness that embraces you and gives you a sense of the power behind it.
You can enjoy the soft sweetness of the tea when it is brewed with warm water,
and it does not become bitter even if it is brewed with boiling water.
When brewed in warm water, it is a pale speckled color,
when brewed in water, it is a pale green,
and when served in boiling water, it changes its color to a bright green.
It has an impressive hue.
The scent of a crisp spring breeze blowing through the tea plantations on the mountain slopes.
Deep green large tea leaves.
The used tea leaves:
Vivid green tea leaves interwoven with large and small. Enough soft to eat.
Tea field: This tea was harvested from a valuable native tea field that extends to the southeast side of a gentle valley.
Because the altitude is over 500 meters, the harvesting season is relatively late.
Tea cultivar: Native (20-year-old tree)
Cultivation: Shaded (Two weeks.)
Harvest season: Late of May
Processing: Lightly steamed (20 sec.), rolled and dried
2nd processing: None
Serve your guests
Morning. As a coffee substitute.