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Organic Bancha tea 90g


20,50 € tax incl.

Description : The Miyazaki Sabo company started tea culture more than 80 years ago, at the beginning of the Showa era. At that time, indigenous varieties of tea were planted and they still exist nowadays. This bancha tea is one of these. To prepare the soil for culture and match the organic culture standards, the company uses as fertilizer oil cakes and compost. This bancha tea is made from organic leaves and stems of tea trees that have grown during 3 years in tea fields in Miyazaki. From the end of autumn until winter, the leaves and stems are selected one by one, by hand, and they are dried before being roasted in a wood oven.

Flavor : A very nice scent of wood-fire and a refreshing flavor.

Use : Put the quantity of tea you like in a pot with water and heat up. When boiling, put on a low heat and let simmer for about 20 minutes. Filter and enjoy. 

This bancha tea has a low theine content so it can be enjoyed all day long.

Ingredient : Organic tea 100%.

Preservation : Keep away from heat and moisture.

Origin : Japan

Shelf life : 2 years

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Simon M. published the 10/02/2023 following an order made on 27/01/2023


Une vrai découverte. En ouvrant la pochette j'ai été étonné de voir de gros morceaux de branches, des feuilles brunes, des brindilles. On sent une odeur de feu de bois. J'ai été encore plus surpris en lisant les indications de préparation : un thé qu'on infuse 20mn dans de l'eau qui bout à feu doux ? Quel genre de thé cela peut-il bien être ? En fait, le goût est incroyable. On a l'impression de pénétrer dans une forêt d'automne après la pluie, quand le sol est couvert de feuilles morte et que le sol, mouillé, fait ressortir les odeurs du bois, de la terre... C'est ce que m'évoque ce thé. Il ne ressemble a aucun thé japonais que je connais.

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