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Kukitya 2013
Kukitya 2013

Category: Green tea

Country: Japan

Harvest: spring 2013, Shizuoka, Ohira

Producer: Yamamotoen farmer

Shop: PU-ERH.sk

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pack: vacuum, 50 gram (packed in Japan)


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Eternal Spring
20.02.2014 17:59:34
Eternal Spring

Kukitya 2013

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It is a variant of Kukicha, a tea containing a proportion of stalks, twigs and leaf of Sencha. The ratio of stalks to leaves is roughly 1:1. Leaves are rather small and broken.

Taste the grassy, sweet - salty. Bitterness is very soft.

This is a pleasant tea with good price for everyday drinking. 50g for €3.90
80 ml pot - water 60 ° C - 60s/10/15/20


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