Tea Samplers Club July 2013

September 23, 2018

The Monthly Mystery Tea Samplers Club featured three teas:

  1. Kurihara Heritage Gyokuro Tea from the Kurihara Family
  2. Genmaicha from Kashima Tea Garden
  3. and Hojicha Light Roast from Kyoto Obubu Tea Plantations

Download descriptions of the teas and tea gardens here.

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