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Ratings and Reviews of Kyoto Sencha - Chadōraku
JanetAug 3, 2017, 03:48I really enjoyed this tea. It is fairly light, and while I like it best brewed on the cool side, it still tastes good at higher temperatures. It also tastes good at different strengths. It is excellent to sip on it's own. If you use it with tea treats, I suggest you eat them before drinking, not during, or they may l overpower the tea's flavor.
Joni KettunenJan 23, 2015, 15:02I love the scent of the leaves, and infusion. I've noticed how versatile it is. With different pot I got different taste even for my inexperienced mouth. I find Asamushi Watsuka exciting tea. If I'll change little bit of brewing time or temperature I get new experience each time. This tea isn't too picky about temperature either but too long brewing time will make tea bitter. Yeah, I forgot it once when I was talking with someone. Advantages: Easy to brew. Variation in taste. Disadvantages: Hard to brew two exactly same tasting teas
Peter BlackwellJun 5, 2014, 16:20I didn't realize how small the package was haha so I bought a very pricey tea on accident. I decided to enjoy my mistake; and this tea seemed promising. I really didn't feel as if I quite got out of it what it has to offer (in the few attempts I had out of the 30g) - if that makes sense to anyone . . . However I got a very strong and pleasant grassiness which I like. Plant-y sweetness and no real sea flavors. This tea has a LOT to give; the second infusion was not diminished and the third was still flavorful, I think this is very special. Not an every day tea but really great.