Grown in Kagoshima, Japan, Shincha, or “new tea”, is the first-flush of the Yabukita cultivar—the first tea harvested every year. Its limited supply makes this a truly special green tea, celebrated for its lively, fresh flavor, sweet & elegant aroma, and umami finish. Picked this last April, it’s the perfect tea to celebrate the season. (1.8 oz)
Green tea is rich in vitamin C, antioxidants, catechins, EGCGs and amino acids
How To Brew
This tea requires medium heat: pour boiled water into a cup (or cooling vessel) first to cool water before brewing.
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