Tamaryokucha leaves from Japan

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Premium Tamaryokucha

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Enjoy the balanced complexity and lingering sweetness of this premium tamaryokucha. Captivating, bright citrus notes are followed by notes of fresh almond and steamed arugula. First harvest tea.

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Description

First harvest tea (shincha 2023)

This gently curled-leaf Tamaryokucha produced by Ooyama san represents the unique flavors of Higashi-Sonogi. It should be enjoyed by itself so you can experience its balanced complexity and lingering sweetness.

Captivating, bright citrus notes are followed by notes of fresh almond and steamed arugula, as you continue to savor it. Ooyama-san has created a tea that will transport you to Japan every time you sit down to enjoy it. A complex and perfectly blend of three cultivars that shows the craftsmanship of Ooyama san.


Information

Net Weight: 80g
Harvest: 2023
Origin: 100% Japanese tea from Higashi-Sonogi
Quality and type: Premium Tamaryokucha
Organic: No
Cultivars: Yabukita, Sae-Midori, Tsuyuhikari
Conservation: 1 year unopened
Optimal tasting: within 6 weeks after opening

Brewing Instructions



tea spoons Tea for 2
8g / 0.28 oz

water dosimeter Water
160ml / ~5.41 fl oz

tea spoons Temperature
70C / 158F

time iconTime
60s


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

OOYAMA JISAKU

In 2010, Ooyama Yoshiaki san, son of Jisaku Ooyama, became the fourth generation owner of the Ooyama tea plantation (Higashi-Sonogi, Nagasaki pref.).

He gained business experience by managing a record shop in Tokyo in his twenties. He has set a clear goal of increasing direct sales to customers to fight against the general trend of decreasing green tea sales in Japan, including by targeting overseas customers.

Continuing the award-winning work of his father, Ooyama san wishes to develop new business opportunities, such as producing matcha and organic tea.


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