FUSHUN KAMAIRICHA | ふうしゅん釜炒り茶
Kamairicha is a type of green tea that uses a pan roasting method for halting oxidation of leaves, which is hard to find nowadays in Japan where most green tea is processed with steaming. It’s considered a rare tea as it makes up less than 0.5 % of tea production in Japan. Its delicate floral-ness with no bitterness might reminds you of Taiwanese high mountain “Qing Xiang” type of oolong, a lightly oxidised and roasted tea.
Origin: Gokase, Miyazaki
Tasting Notes: Asian pear, lily, oregano, dried tomato, milk
Season: 25 May 2022
Elevation: 600 m
Picking: Bud and three leaves
Net Weight: 30 g
How to Brew: Steep 4 g per 120 ml of 95℃ for 30 secs.
(Brew for 15-20 seconds from the 2nd infusion. You can brew multiple times. )