GRAND CRU Gyokuro Okabe (bag of 50 teabags)Jade Dew
Here is a "Precious Dew" from the Shizuoka region in Japan produced from the Samidori cultivar, often used to make Gyokuro and Matcha.
The dry leaves display the characteristic depth of shade-grown teas, with their dark hue and intoxicating smell of raspberry.
The delicately sharp liquor is smooth and is accompanied by vegetable accents of spinach and sunflower seed. Exquisite!
Each bag contains 50 teabags made entirely of plant based fibres, all materials approved by the strictest food industry regulations (FDA/EU). No nylon is used whatsoever.
With their pyramid shape, these compostable bags give your leaves all the necessary space to steep freely and release their freshness into your cup.
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The Okabe farmers cooperative in Japan offers us this green tea in the Gyokuro style produced following the covered method of cultivation giving it its characteristic taste from shade.
100% biodegradable tea bags
As part of an eco-friendly approach, Camellia Sinensis produces its tea bags in a woven mesh filter derived from corn starch, PLA or polylactic acid, 100% biodegradable in industrial composting (T> 60
As part of an eco-friendly approach, Camellia Sinensis produces its tea bags in a woven mesh filter
Gyukuro 101: Shade Teas
Also known as "Precious Dew", Gyokuro is a very popular Japanese green tea produced mainly in the regions of Uji, Yame and Shizuoka. Called "shade" teas, Gyokuros have a particularly fine taste and a
Also known as "Precious Dew", Gyokuro is a very popular Japanese green tea produced mainly in the