Tea from Japan - SHINCHA KOUSHUN
Both subtle and complex, this tea gives a enveloping liquor, warm and floral with a fine and persistent long finish.
Region: Harvested in Ryogouchi on the misty slopes bordering the Okitsu River in the Shizuoka district.
Harvest: Mechanically harvested on May 6th
Particularity Koushun cultivar was created in 1970 in the province of Shizuoka and then registered in 2007. This tea is derived from a breed between Kamasawa and Kanayamidori cultivars
Attack : A subtle floral and vegetal attack
Harvested: Velvety with notes of raw chestnut
Remanence: Mildly sweet
- Dominant note: Plain
- Type of tea: Green tea