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Fujihara Tea Growers – Tamaryokucha Kabusecha Blended – 3 Packs

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3 packs of Tamaryokucha Kabusecha Blended.
Tamaryokucha this year increases sweetness with darker green color.
Blended with Kabusecha whose leaves were grown with shaded cultivation.  Some tea trees in tea fields were shaded for a short period before the harvest.  Those leaves preserve amino-acids and increase chlorophyll.  Try  this year’s Tamaryokucha and enjoy the rich umami taste with deep green color.

Farmers’ Special – Tamaryokucha Kabusecha Blended & Kamairicha Handpicked of Your Choice

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A rare tea set.  Please select your one favorite cultivar among Kamairicha handpicked products.

This set includes

Tamaryokucha (steamed Tamaryokucha) Kabusecha Blended (3.527 oz /100 g) x 1 pack and

Your choice of Kamairicha (roasted Tamaryokucha ) Handpicked (1.764 oz / 50g) x 1 pack.

 

Tamaryokucha Kabusecha Blended is a new trial tea produced by Fujihara Tea Growers in Shimane, historically known as a good quality production region. Most Shimane teas are consumed in the same region.

 

Kamairicha handpicked products are available in limited quantities.
Here are the brief characteristics of each cultivar.

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We hope any of them will satisfy your good taste.

 

Fujihara Tea Growers – Tamaryokucha Kabusecha Blended – 2 Packs

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2 packs of Tamaryokucha Kabusecha Blended.
Tamaryokucha this year increases sweetness with darker green color.
Blended with Kabusecha whose leaves were grown with shaded cultivation.  Some tea trees in tea fields were shaded for a short period before the harvest.  Those leaves preserve amino-acids and increase chlorophyll.  Try  this year’s Tamaryokucha and enjoy the rich umami taste with deep green color.

Fujihara Tea Growers – Tamaryokucha – Kabusecha Blended

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Tamaryokucha this year increases sweetness with darker green color.
Blended with Kabusecha whose leaves were grown with shaded cultivation.  Some tea trees in tea fields were shaded for a short period before the harvest.  Those leaves preserve amino-acids and increase chlorophyll.  Try  this year’s Tamaryokucha and enjoy the rich umami taste with deep green color.
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