Japanese Green tea

“Gyokuro”(Leaf)

Gyokuro is one of the most expensive green teas in Japan.
Gyokuro is the face of Uji tea in Kyoto, Japan.

“Gyokuro”(Leaf)

Gyokuro is one of the most expensive green teas in Japan.
Gyokuro is the face of Uji tea in Kyoto, Japan.

Gyokuro is grown in a different way than other Japanese green teas.
Gyokuro is grown in a shady area in the tea garden to avoid direct sunlight.
The reason for this is to increase the flavor and reduce the bitterness of the tea.

Many people who drink tea for the first time are surprised
at the sweetness and flavor of the tea.

<How to make tea>
3g of tea leaves for one person in a teapot.
The temperature of the water should be about 50℃
If the temperature is too high, it will taste bitter.

Wait 2 to 3 minutes before pouring the tea into the teapot.
Do not leave any hot water in the teapot after each drink.
You can enjoy it two to three times.
Use a small cup, like a coffee espresso cup, and drink small amounts at a time.

I hope you will enjoy “Gyokuro” in France or other country.

“Gyokuro”(Leaf) 50g  

 

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