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The infusion offers a mirror-like, emerald green liquor. This rare and powerful tea will take you back to Japan with its sweet, herbal and floral notes. A green tea of extraordinary quality from the slopes of Mount Fujiyama. It has been lightly steamed, rolled and dried. You will discover a very fine and fragile leaf. The infused leaves propose a vegetable, marine and acidulous bouquet. The liqueur proposes light notes of Japanese citrus fruits (Yuzu, Mandarin Satsuma), followed by iodized notes (nori, dulce) and cherry blossoms, fresh and balanced final.
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I present you a high quality original green tea, the Sencha Fukujyu from Mount Fuji. This green tea comes to us from Japan and imposes itself by its power, its refreshing aspect and its very natural aspect. It is a very natural tea that you will taste here, a must for the Japanese, but also for Europeans who love green tea. It is processed in the Japanese way, which differs somewhat from the Chinese method as I will explain later. The harvesting itself is specific and plays a major role in the flavors that you will enjoy throughout the tasting of your green tea Sencha Fukujyu from Mount Fuji.
This tea, which is rightly called "hospitality tea", is to be discovered by all your friends and family to share a convivial moment.
Give height to your tasting with this green tea from Mount Fuji. Just imagine all this incredible nature blooming at your feet during a cup of tea.
Sencha Fukujyu green tea from Mount Fuji is very specific. It is distinguished by its strength, more important than that of the teas from China. This tea presents floral and herbaceous notes. Enjoy the sweetness of the plant and the slight bitterness of a Japanese green tea.
This green tea Sencha Fukujyu from Mount Fuji is a little gustatory marvel that owes its quality to its harvesting and processing. This Japanese tea comes from a summer harvest which gives it its floral character. Once the tea leaves are harvested, they follow a specific process to make the best green tea.
Roasting is the first step in the transformation of Sencha Fukujyu green tea leaves from Mount Fuji. The objective here is to stop oxidation immediately (only black tea is oxidized). For this, it is to each his method. Here, we have a green tea from Japan, the tea leaves are steamed for about 30 seconds to a few minutes (depending on the desired result) at 100 °. Chinese teas are heated in a metal basin. Once the leaves of your Mount Fuji Sencha Fukujyu green tea are roasted, the rolling phase begins. Here, we obtain flattened needle-like leaves that release all the flavors and virtues of this tea. Finally, the leaves are dried in a space where hot air circulates. Although this step only lasts a few minutes, it allows to obtain a very low humidity for very dry tea leaves that will keep perfectly at home.
Sencha Fukujyu green tea from Mount Fuji is best enjoyed with smoked or grilled fish, it brings its power for a perfect food and tea pairing. It also accompanies seafood and other shellfish. With its very vegetal notes, we can also imagine it accompanying a salmon tartar.
Brewing temperature: 75° Brewing time: between 2 minutes and 2 minutes 45 Dosage: 10 g for one liter of water Ideal moment for tasting: All day long, the tea of travelers, the one from far away.
Based on 8 customer reviews
published the 19/02/2023
following an order made on 07/02/2023
Je le laisse infuser assez longtemps pour avoir plus de goût
published the 19/04/2022
following an order made on 06/04/2022
Pas encore testé
published the 05/01/2022
following an order made on 03/12/2021
D’une rare qualité. Envois sérieux.
published the 11/12/2021
following an order made on 25/11/2021
published the 06/07/2021
following an order made on 23/06/2021
published the 02/06/2021
following an order made on 24/05/2021
Un thé rare de qualité
published the 26/05/2021
following an order made on 17/05/2021
Très subtil !
published the 14/05/2021
following an order made on 03/05/2021