Asamiya tea is one of the five major teas in Japan. Among them, we finished the special tea, which is only a few percent, as Asamiyaen. The characteristics of Asamiya tea are its vivid aroma and refreshing without leaving a rear mouth. The color of the hot water is bright yellow. * Asamiyaen is a registered trademark of Maruyasu Tea Industry Co., Ltd.
The essence of Asamiya tea, one of Japan's five major teas
Maruyasu Tea Industry is a wholesaler in Shiga prefecture, so we will examine all the tea in the Asamiya area.
Asamiya has a high altitude even in Shiga prefecture, and the temperature difference between morning and evening is large and haze is often seen. Asamiya tea is called Japan's five major teasAsamiya tea in Shiga, Uji tea in Kyoto, Kawane tea in Shizuoka, Motoyama tea, Sayama tea in SaitamaIt is one of.
Asamiya tea is all about "fragrance"!
Asamiya tea is a peculiar place where fog is likely to occur due to the high altitude and temperature difference as mentioned above. The characteristic of the tea cultivated there is the good aroma. Tea has a sweet aroma when roasted,Asamiya has a refreshing and sharp fragrance from the stage before roastingthere is.
"Astringency" and "Sweetness" with a lingering finish
Asamiya tea is completely open-field cultivated without any cover, so it is not a sweet, green tea like gyokuro or kabusecha. The bright yellow light blue has a strong astringency and sweetness.Because the mesophyll is thick, you can drink not only one roast but also two roasts and three roasts as many times as you like.There is also.
|Raw material origin name||
Shiga Prefecture (Asamiya)
|Raw material name||tea|
|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.|
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Asamiyaen Asamiya tea