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Shogyokuen: Premium Gyokuro, Fuji no Tsuyu 富士の露

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An ambrosia of umami flavor recalling the mists of Mt. Fuji, 180-year old Shogyokuen Tea Factory's Fuji no Tsuyu, is a premium gyokuro, the best of Japan.

Steeping notes

Tea: 3 grams, Time: 3 minutes, Water: 50˚C/122˚F degrees, 70 ml.
Resteep 2x at 30 sec, 70C/158F, 200 ml.

The first steeping parameter is meant to extract an umami syrup, an ambrosia of tea. Feel free to adjust the water amount, temperature etc to see what delicious flavors can be extracted. Subsequent steeps may be enjoyed as a sencha steeping a full cup for 30 seconds at 70˚C/158˚F degrees.

Another way to achieve this tea ambrosia is by allowing ice to melt over the leaf, our favorite way of enjoying this leaf in fact while with friends. You make a few drops at a time every 30 minutes, and spend a leisurely entire afternoon enjoying the leaf. 

Product Info

  • Name: Premium Gyokuro, Fuji no Tsuyu
  • Japanese name: 本玉露 富士の露
  • Ingredients: Green tea
  • Harvest: May
  • Region: Kyotanabe, Kyoto. Refined in Kyotanabe, Kyoto.
  • Notes: Shaded for about 3 weeks before harvest. This product is meant to have the same flavor profile year round, as each batch is reformulated by Kobayashi-san to ensure flavor consistency.

Vendor Info

  • Name: Shogyokuen
  • Type: Tea factory, family business
  • CEO: Hiroshi Kobayashi
  • Established: 1827
  • Employees: 12

Hiroshi Kobayashi is an award winning blender, and one of 13 tea professionals in Japan who hold the top rank of tea appraisal, level 10.

Shogyokuen Awards

 

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Shogyokuen Tea Factory

Shogyokuen: Premium Gyokuro, Fuji no Tsuyu 富士の露

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An ambrosia of umami flavor recalling the mists of Mt. Fuji, 180-year old Shogyokuen Tea Factory's Fuji no Tsuyu, is a premium gyokuro, the best of Japan.

Steeping notes

Tea: 3 grams, Time: 3 minutes, Water: 50˚C/122˚F degrees, 70 ml.
Resteep 2x at 30 sec, 70C/158F, 200 ml.

The first steeping parameter is meant to extract an umami syrup, an ambrosia of tea. Feel free to adjust the water amount, temperature etc to see what delicious flavors can be extracted. Subsequent steeps may be enjoyed as a sencha steeping a full cup for 30 seconds at 70˚C/158˚F degrees.

Another way to achieve this tea ambrosia is by allowing ice to melt over the leaf, our favorite way of enjoying this leaf in fact while with friends. You make a few drops at a time every 30 minutes, and spend a leisurely entire afternoon enjoying the leaf. 

Product Info

Vendor Info

Hiroshi Kobayashi is an award winning blender, and one of 13 tea professionals in Japan who hold the top rank of tea appraisal, level 10.

Shogyokuen Awards

 

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  • 10g / 0.35 oz / Yunomi bag
  • 100g / 3.5 oz / Original bag, Yunomi label
  • MULTIPACK (100g x 10 bags) /1kg / 2.2 lbs / no Yunomi labels, Procured on demand
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