A 6-post collection,

February 2015 - Kabusecha from Kamo

For our first commercial shipment we have chosen a delicate Kabusecha from the town of Kamo, in the Kyoto prefecture. Kabusecha The Japanese verb "kabuseru" (被せる) means "to cover (with something)". As the name suggests, Kabusecha (かぶせ茶) is a kind of Sencha (煎茶) grown in the shade: two to three weeks before harvest special nets are hung over the plantations so as to obtain a natural shade. The resulting tea has a mellower flavour, and a more subtle colour than
- February 2015 - Kabusecha from Kamo

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