SHG0001 "SAYAMAKAORI" (40g)
Gentle, penetrating umami and aroma. Simple sencha for daily drink.
If you are looking for a daily-use tea, this is the perfect for you.
t has a very gentle and simple flavor, so it is suitable for any occasion, whether you want to take a breather or have a cup of tea in the morning.
Type: Sencha (Green Tea)
Maker: Nakamura Tea Farm(Koka, Shiga)
Taste Notes: Umami, Herb, Laver
All individually packaged: 10packs (4g each)
- LEAF: 4g
- WATER: 120ml(4oz)
- TIME: 90sec
- TEMP: 70℃
If you don't have a temperature-controlled electric kettle or thermometer, use the following method to cool the water.
- Boil water and transfer to a teacup once.
- Wait for 3 minutes to allow the temperature to drop to around 70 degrees.
*The temperature drop will vary depending on the shape and material of the teacup.
How to Brew
- Prepare the water at 70 degrees Celsius.
- Put the tea leaves in the teapot and pour the hot water.
- After 90 seconds, pour the water into the teapot, shaking it slightly.
- The last drop from the teapot is a superb drop of tea, rich in the flavor of the tea leaves. Pour every last drop of tea gently.
Shipping in Japan
- We will send your order by Japan Post or Sagawa Express.
- We deliver tea at a flat rate of 250 yen (free shipping for orders over 3,000 yen) and other items at a flat rate of 650 yen (free shipping for orders over 12,000 yen).
- Items that fall under the post delivery size (such as tea) will be delivered directly to your mailbox.
※Please see this link for international shipping information.
Nakamura Tea Farm is located in Tsuchiyama-cho, Koka City, Shiga Prefecture. Shigaraki Town, located right next door in the same city, is famous for Asamiya-cha, one of the five best teas in Japan, and Shigaraki ware, one of the six best kilns in Japan. Compared to them, Tsuchiyama-cho seems to be a rather plain place, and also Nakamura-san's tea, produced in such a place, is also a simple tea that does not suit words such as glamorous or impactful.
Since its history of being purchased as a raw material for Uji-cha, Tsuchiyama has been producing tea emphasizing umami and color. This "Sayamakaori" is also made using the shading process, but it is characterized by umami that gently permeates the tea rather than coming to the forefront. The bitterness and astringency are thin, and the peculiar aroma that "Sayamakaori" tends to have is suppressed, resulting in an elegant, simple, and gentle taste.
The taste is elegant, simple, and gentle. It is a tea good for daily drinks.