Shincha Update > Morita Tea Garden 4/24

September 23, 2018

Morita-san sent us more pictures of their tea farm.
They cover some tea trees for several days before harvesting for Kabusecha.

Morita Tea Garden - Covered tea trees

 

Can you tell the difference? The left (covered – for Kabusecha) is slightly greener than the right (not covered – for Sencha).

Morita Tea Garden - Covered/uncovered tea trees

Morita Tea Garden - Covered/uncovered tea trees

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