A classic among all the classics, its origin dates back to ancient China, almost 5000 years ago. Considered “the original tea”, in traditional Chinese medicine, it is used to cure many physical and mental illnesses.
This tea is known and appreciated by all for its subtle, slightly bitter, fresh and vegetable flavour, and comes in many varieties: Matcha, Sencha, Genmaicha, Bancha, White Monkey, Gunpowder, etc.
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Traditionally chinese green tea leaves are stored and then roasted in a pan. This wok roasting technique gives a mild, roasted and earthy flavour. The slight oxidation gives the leaves a greenish brown colour.
In contrast, Japanese tea plants often grow as so-called shaded teas. They grow at a slower rate and do not need to be stored. Green tea leaves are steamed as soon as they are picked. This process gives it a fresher, more intense vegetable and richer flavour, as well as a more vibrant colour.
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Spring brings with it the best crops of green tea. "First Flush" refers to the harvest of tea shoots at the top of the plant, picking only the bud and the leaf that comes immediately after it.
In China, the Pekoe harvest is considered to be of the highest quality (itIt contains the most amino acids and tannins) and is carried out in April in various regions of China and Japan.
The Japanese green tea Gyokuro, translated as " jade dew" because of the pale green colour of the infusion, is considered as one the best tea in the world.
Its production process is special as it remains in the shade under tarpaulins for several weeks before it is harvested in order to increase its chlorophyll content.
It is characterised by its smooth, finely rolled leaves, which are dark green with a vibrant jade tone. Its sweet and fruity base, with a rich umami flavour, makes this exceptional green tea absolutely unique.
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