A cultivar with a deep sweet taste in the moment you put it in your mouth, and a refreshing and sharp astringency in the aftertaste.
It is a variety that is often grown in Kagoshima, but this Okumidori grown in Kyoto and Wazuka is Grown outdoors with plenty of sunlight.
It is characterized by moderate taste and a more gorgeous scent than usual.
At our store, it is the most popular tea leaf among regular customers who can enjoy both the aroma and the taste for a long time with 2nd and 3rd brewing.
It also has an attractive personality that goes well with food and sweets.
For 800 years, Wazuka-cho, Kyoto is an area that has maintained traditions, cultivated tea plantations, and consistently produced high-quality tea. The temperature difference between day and night is large and fog tends to occur, which helps block direct sunlight on the tea leaves, making it suitable for growing high-quality, sweet tea leaves.