Premium Blended Koucha

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A unique Japanese black tea (wa-koucha) with sakura leaves. Its gold-hued liquor has notes of clover honey, black cherry, and barley syrup.

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A unique and award-winning Japanese black tea (wa-koucha) with added handpicked cherry tree petals, which give a fragrant cherry aroma to the tea. Its orange-hued liquor has notes of clover honey, black cherry, and barley syrup.

As soon as you open the bag, the delicious sweet scent of sakura petals greets you. This tea can be enjoyed by itself as a light breakfast tea or a lively afternoon tea. It is a tea that you will want to sip over and over again.

Harashima san’s koucha is made from tea leaves grown in the Yame mountains at 500 meters above sea level. A fermented tea, this koucha has a firm taste and sweetness similar to that of Assam tea - used for non-Japanese black tea - and also a characteristically Darjeeling flavor. A perfect match for sweets.


Net Weight: 30g
Harvest: 2022
Origin: 100% Japanese tea from Yame
Quality and type: Premium Blended Koucha
Organic: No
Cultivars: n/a
Conservation: 2 years unopened
Optimal tasting: within 1 year after opening

Brewing Instructions

tea spoons Tea for 2
4g / 0.14 oz

water dosimeter Water
160ml / ~5.41 fl oz

tea spoons Temperature
95C / 203F

time iconTime
2 min

Aromatic Profiles

Body level Body
Floral aroma floral
Umami level Umami
Fruity aroma Fruity


roast tasting Roasted
nutty tasting Nutty
woody tasting Woody / Earthy
woody tasting Vegetal
woody tasting Grassy

Producer Information


For three generations now, Harashima san’s family has dedicated their lives on the farms to grow and produce tea leaves of the highest quality. Harashima san is a Master in Sencha Tea Ceremony of the Kofu Sencha Reifu school, as well as a Nihoncha Instructor. ‍

He joined his family tea company in 1983. Founded in 1950 by his grandfather, Chiyokichi, his tea business switched to organic and EU-regulations farming in 2008 under his direction. Today, in addition to growing and processing tea, he runs a beautiful tea shop overlooking the Yabe river with his wife Eri and their daughter who prepares delicious tea-based lunches and desserts for their customers.

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