From Wazuka-cho, Soraku District, Kyoto Prefecture, Honshu Island, Japan.
Zero Waste Refill (in store collection only at present)
A mix of leaf size to this Sencha from long tightly rolled leaf to flat and shorter leaf with an emerald green tone and bright lush flecks. The tea soup is a bold yellow hue with a pleasant wood aroma. Medium body with green grassy notes, umami and light astringency to taste. With a medium length sharp, sweet flavour.
The tea has been grown in full sun, unshaded cultivation and harvested in July '20. Then undergone light steaming, rolling and drying process.
Wazuka is a tea town in the southeastern area of Kyoto Prefecture. Wazuka has been a tea growing location since the Kamakura period as a main producer following Uji tea processing methods. It thought that the Kaijūsen-ji temple introduced tea to the area and Zen Buddhist monk, Shonin Jishin was the first to cultivate tea on Mt Jubu and then in Wazuka.
Brew Guide Per Cup:
Preheat the brewing vessel & cups.
Tea 1 teaspoon (3g)
Water 65-70*c // 300ml
Brew time 1-2 minutes
Reinfuse leaves 2 / 3 times to personal taste.
Increasing water temperature with each infusion.