A rare Kamairicha tea from the tea masters at Osada Tea in Shizuoka, Japan.
The varieties are traditional, such as Surugawase and Oolong tea, which have a unique aroma that is different from that of Kamairicha in the grave because they are roasted in a pot after wilting the fresh leaves.
It has a fragrant and refreshing taste. In China, this method is common for green tea.
It is said that the manufacturing method was introduced by Ingen Zen Master, who is familiar with green beans in Japan.
Expiration date: 2 years from package opening
USDA Certified Organic through JAS Ecocert
Blended by Japan’s leading certified Tea Instructor of The Japanese Tea Association
Champion holder of Japan’s 56th National Tea Tasting competition
All our organic teas incorporate (food grade) nitrogen gas packaging to preserve freshness
The term "Organic" in its purest essence equates essentially to Organic Farming.
This production method is good for both the soil and global environment, making the most out of the natural elements, rather than relying on chemical fertilizers or synthetic pesticides.
OSADA TEA aims to make tea that lives up to this standard, and incorporate this philosophy into our business, as well as into the joy and satisfaction of our customers.