It is a tea that covers the tea plantation and brings out the umami ingredient theanine. Use a small kyusu, plenty of tea leaves, and lukewarm water to infuse slowly without rushing. When pouring into a teacup, pour up to the last drop. The secret to brewing delicious gyokuro. In addition to the tea leaves in Shiga prefecture, our shop's gyokuro is scrutinized so that you can enjoy it even more deliciously by ordering tea leaves from the production areas of gyokuro such as Kyoto and Fukuoka.
|Raw material origin name||Shiga prefecture, etc. (Kyoto prefecture, Fukuoka prefecture, etc.)|
|Raw material name||Tea (no additives)|
|Sell by||Unopened, about 1 year (details on the package)|
|Preservation method||Avoid high temperature and humidity, and be careful of fragrance.|
|Notes||After opening, please enjoy as soon as possible.|
|Manufacturer||Maruyasu Tea Industry Co., Ltd.|