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Yama Moto Yama Gyokuro Pyramid - 0.71 Oz
Green Tea, Gyokuro, Biodegradable Whole Leaf Pyramid Tea Bags
Master tea makers for over 300 years. Since 1690. Perfecting the art of tea. Gyokuro, which many consider the finest greet tea on the planet, is produced exclusively in the famed tea gardens of Uji near Kyoto. Gyukuro, pearl dew or precious dewdrop green 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. Tea is a work of art and needs a master hand to bring out its noblest qualities. In 1690, Japan was ruled by the Tokugawa Shogunate, the Manchus had repelled the Mongols, Louis XIV ruled in splendor from his palace at Versailles, Csar Peter had just attained the throne and Johann Sebastian Bach was 5 years old. That same year in Japan the Yamamoto Family opened a tea shop in Edo. More than 3 centuries of experience go into the selection and processing of Yamamotoyama teas, among the very finest in the world. This premium whole leaf tea is delicately packaged in a biodegradable pyramid-shaped mesh tea bag that allows the tea leaves and ingredients room to fully infuse, resulting in a truly exceptional cup of tea. 100% natural ingredients.
Serving Size: 1teabag
Servings Per Container: 10
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Premium Japanese Gyokuro Green Tea Leaf.
Directions To savor the full flavor of this exquisite tea, bring fresh water to a rolling boil. Cool to recommended temperature and pour directly over the tea bag in a pre-heated cup. Brew 3-5 minutes (or to desired taste) at 104-122 degrees F (40-50 degrees C). One tea bag makes 4 ounces.