We have prepared a set of delicious sencha as a gift for those who took care of you, or as a reward for yourself.
Cover Sencha Okuyutaka
A cultivar of ``middle and late maturity,'' which is harvested about 6 days later than ``Yabukita,'' which is widely available in the market. A rare breed with a short harvesting season.
YUGEN's Okuyutaka is characterized by its refined and elegant aroma, as well as its robust umami and rich, mellow taste.
For over 800 years, Wazuka-cho, Kyoto has continued to produce high-quality tea, continuing traditions. In climates where the temperature difference between day and night is large and fog tends to occur, it helps block direct sunlight on the tea leaves, making it suitable for growing high-quality, sweet tea leaves.
Sencha Yabukita The quality of sencha is extremely high, with a mild aroma and a perfect balance of sweetness and astringency.
It has a good balance of tea-like refreshing astringency, and it has a familiar taste that does not leave you behind.
"Asamiya, Shiga Prefecture"
Asamiya is located on the border of Kyoto and Shiga prefectures. Said to be the oldest tea-producing area in Japan, it is said to be one of Japan's five major tea brands. At an altitude of about 400m, the temperature difference between day and night is large, and tea leaves grown in a foggy climate bring out the original sweetness and umami of tea, making it a suitable production area for tea cultivation.
“Okuyutaka” to enjoy the original sweetness of tea and “Yabukita” to enjoy the freshness of sencha
You can enjoy drinking and comparing the difference in high quality.
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