Daikoku - N°317

€ 35,00


incl. VAT plus shipping € 350,00/kg
incl. VAT

€ 35

€ 350/kg
Fresh grassTomatoPassionfruit
Select Variant: Caddy - 100g brews 75 cups

Quantity

Only few available, delivery 1-3 days

Each of these pine-green leaves captures a full-bodied palate of fresh flavours, making it the perfect Kabusecha for daily indulgence. Harmonious billows of umami and tomato round off with a pleasing astringent nudge, finding fans amongst connoisseurs and green tea novices alike.

Ingredients

Japanese green tea* (*certified organic)

Preparation
Quantity Temperature Time
2 tsp / 250 ml 70.0° C 1 infusion 1 min.
2 infusion ½ min.
3 infusion 1 min.

Background Knowledge

Named after the Japanese god of wealth and prosperity, this excellent green tea from Japan's renowned Kagoshima region is the perfect match for those seeking a high-quality kabusecha for every day without having to raid their college funds. The equably shaped, medium-length leaves produce an astonishingly full-bodied liquor with subtle notes of nori seaweed – a mark of any good kabusecha. Bright, green, and shot through with fine, pine-green leaf particles, Daikoku is sure to delight with its hint of sweetness and delicate astringency. A treasure chest of flavors, the cup even yields surprising notes of rich tomato when brewed at lower temperatures.

Tasting Notes

fresh grass, tomato, passionfruit

Ingredients

Japanese green tea* (*certified organic)

Preparation

Quantity Temperature Time
2 tsp / 250 ml 70° C 1 infusion 1 min.
2 infusion 1 min.
3 infusion 1 ½ min.

Background Knowledge

Named after the Japanese god of wealth and prosperity, this excellent green tea from Japan's renowned Kagoshima region is the perfect match for those seeking a high-quality kabusecha for every day without having to raid their college funds. The equably shaped, medium-length leaves produce an astonishingly full-bodied liquor with subtle notes of nori seaweed – a mark of any good kabusecha. Bright, green, and shot through with fine, pine-green leaf particles, Daikoku is sure to delight with its hint of sweetness and delicate astringency. A treasure chest of flavors, the cup even yields surprising notes of rich tomato when brewed at lower temperatures.


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