2013 Shincha from the Kinezuka Family (NaturaliTea)

April 26, 2013

UPDATED: May 1, 2013 – All the harvests were done approximately a week earlier, and shipment is possible as early as next week.

SUPPLIER: NaturaliTea by the Kinezuka Family

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Handpicked Midori
4/28-29 scheduled harvest date (we will be participating in this handpicking!!). Shipment begins May 7. SHIPPING NOW! 10% discount extended until May 10. Unshaded, Yabukita cultivar.
Spring Midori
Shipment begins May 12 May 10. Pre-order 10% discount ends May 10. Yabukita cultivar. Picked on the 88th day from the beginning of spring (for good luck against disaster and for long life).
Yabukita Midori
Shipment begins May 17 May 10. 10% discount ends May 10.
Setoya Midori
Shipment begins May 21 May 14. Pre-order ends May 10. Zairai (from seed) cultivar.
Kukicha Midori (stem tea)
Shipment begins May 12 May 10. 10% discount ends May 10. Yabukita cultivar.

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