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Asamushi Oku Midori Kabusecha

Score: 5.00. Votes: 1

Grown in Ei town, Kagoshima Prefecture. A light steamed green tea and semi-shaded before harvest (kabusecha), this sencha has an nice yellowish green clear color to it and carries a rather prominant, nice grassy aroma and taste. Very nicely balanced color, astringency, aroma and taste, this has been priced competitively and is a very good value considering it's high quality. Very delicious, we are confident you will enjoy this product. As with all of our loose leaf green teas, packaged in nitrogen flushed packaging.

Price shown includes 100 grams of tea per package.

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  • Weight
    110 g
  • SKU
  • Loose Leaf
    • Ease of Brewing
      Medium - Brew w/ care
    • Net Weight
      100 g / 3.52 oz
    • Growing Region
      100% Kagoshima Prefecture
    • Year
    • Harvest
      First and/or Shincha
    • Breed
      Oku Midori
    • Shading
      Partial Shading (Kabusecha)
    • Steaming
    • Color
    • Aroma
    • Taste
    • Astringency
    • Clarity
    • First infusions per Pkg
    • Leaf (dry weight grams) to Water (1 fl oz / 30 ml) Ratio (recommended)
      .6 g to 1 oz/30 ml
    • Brew Temp (℃/℉ - recommended )
      77℃ (170℉)
    • Brew Time (Seconds)
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  • Ryan Robbins
    Jun 14, 2016, 03:01
    This is a really interesting, flavorful, and elegant brew. Lightly grassy, and fruity from the Oku Midori breed. I'm quite fond of this selection. Will be a blissful bag of tea to indulge in.

Product questions

  • Mayu
    May 15, 2016, 14:26

    What is the suggested brewing time and temperature for western style brewing? ( French press)

    May 15, 2016, 14:29

    I can't tell you how to brew this in a French press, that is a very untraditional way to brew. I can say, however, that if you brew this in a traditional Japanese teapot it would be about 90 seconds for the first infusion.