Organic Kabusecha

    13,61 €
    272,20 €/kg
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    Size: 50 g

    50 g
    100 g
    Delivery time: 2-3 working days (D)

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    Kabusecha from Uji-Tawara, Japan

    Before harvest, Kabusecha teas are shaded with a net that only lets part of the sunlight through. Through this process, the tea leaves of the Kabusecha develop a stronger leaf green and an intense umami profile.

    Harvest: 05.2023

    Variety (cultivar): Okumidori

    Shading: 16 days before harvest

    This Kabuscha tea tastes gentle with a hearty umami note on the tongue. There are nuances of green asparagus and algae to be tasted.
    We recommend preparing it in a kyusu or gaiwan.

    When brewing, the water should not be hotter than 70 ° C. The longer you let the tea steep, the more intense the umami will be.



    Unless otherwise stated, delivery within 2-3 working days is fast and convenient as a DHL package to your home. The shipping cost is €4.99.


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    How to brew

    in Gaiwan / Kännchen mit ca. 200 ml


    ca. 6 - 8 g


    65 °C




    Kirishima / Japan

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    Customer Reviews

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    Petra F.

    Wenngleich ich durch das wunderbare Angebot bei Teewald mittlerweile mehr chinesischen Grüntee als japanischen trinke, bleibt mein allererste Tee frühmorgens ein japanischer. Hier habe ich diesen Bio Kabusecha für mich entdeckt. Die Teeblätter sind intensiv grün und sehen saftig aus, sodass mir das Wasser im Mund zusammen läuft. Wenn ich mein Kännchen mit warmem Wasser vorwärme und die trockenen Blätter hineingebe, riecht es nach Morgenfrische, die meine innere Freude weckt. Ich gieße 60-65 Grad warmes Wasser darüber. Das ist meines Erachtens die perfekte Temperatur, um die Süße und die Cremigkeit, aber auch das Umami zu schmecken. Absolute Empfehlung!

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