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Yamamotoyama Pyramid Infusion Gyokuro Green Tea 10 Tea Bags

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Gyokuro, which many consider the finest green tea on the planet, is produced exclusively in the famed tea gardens of Uji near Kyoto. Gyokuro, pearl dewor precious dewdropgreen tea, has a light green color and mellow sweet taste. To fully savor this precious tea, take a small sip and allow the Gyokuro to linger on your palate to sense its aroma and sweetness.

Specifications

• Ingredients: Premium Japanese Gyokuro Green Tea Leaf
• 10 biodegradable whole leaf pyramid tea bags
• 0.08oz (2.3g) / each
• Steep 5-7 minutes or to desired taste at 104-122°F(40-50°C). One tea bag makes 4 ounces.
• Manufacturer: Yamamotoyama (山本山)
• Country of Origin:

About Yamamotoyama

Around 1738, Kahei Yamamoto IV wanted to make green tea accessible to not only wealthy people but to everyone. He learned that steaming tea leaves resulted in a delicious tea with a fresh yellow-green color, balanced sweetness, mild astringency and retained nutrients. This tea, called sencha, became a sensation, and Yamamotoyama became a household name.
Yamamotoyama's culture of innovation continued with Kahei Yamamoto VI and the invention of Gyokuro tea in 1835. Gyokuro is known as the highest quality tea with a dense, rich sweetness and astringency. Some who have tried it describe it as the espresso of green teas.
Kahei Yamamoto VIII began manufacturing and selling seaweed as a holiday gift in 1947, which became immensely popular in Japan's gift-giving culture.

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