Japanese red tea - Wakocha 紅茶

5900 Ft

Spicy but still soft - black tea that remotely resembles the taste of Assamese black teas, ruby red with a colored concoction and a pleasantly enticing aroma. "Black pepper", (drier) but still rich mouthfeel. It is made from the 'Benifuuki' tea plant variety, which is an exciting Japanese cross between an Assamica (Indian version) and a Sinensis (Chinese version).

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Japanese black tea. Aromatic, spicy and long-drinking black tea.
Japanese red tea - Wakocha 紅茶 5900 Ft

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Japanese black tea. Aromatic, spicy and long-drinking black tea.
Japanese red tea - Wakocha 紅茶
5900 Ft
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Japanese red (black) tea - wakocha

Spicy but still soft - black tea that remotely resembles the taste of Assamese black teas, ruby red with a colored concoction and a pleasantly enticing aroma. "Black pepper", (drier) but still rich mouthfeel. It is made from the 'Benifuuki' tea plant variety, which is an exciting Japanese cross between an Assamica (Indian version) and a Sinensis (Chinese version).

If you want a little warming sensation or revitalization, you should try this tea! (due to the higher caffeine content, we recommend it mostly in the morning)
In a 60 gr package, vacuum packed.

It comes from Shizuoka Prefecture, from organic cultivation.

I often choose this tea on cool, foggy mornings. After the morning meditation, I usually consume it after burning a nokiba incense.

Preparation of Japanese black tea (wakocha).

To prepare it, use 5 g of tea leaves, which you can pour several times. If you choose the European tea-making method, choose a 300-400 ml pot for this tea, and the steeping time should be 1,5 minutes. The temperature of the water should be 85-90 degrees.

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Crowd 60 g
Place of origin

Shizuoka Prefecture - Osada Tea Garden - Japan