The sakura, or Japanese cherry blossom, is one of the foremost symbols of Japan. Symbolizing the intense ephemeral nature of life, they bloom en masse once a year for a short week or two painting Japan pink and white before being blown away by the spring breeze in a beautiful shower of petals.
Sweet Sakura Tea from Obubu is made with sugared cherry blossoms (the kanzan variety) by their partner in Odawara, Kanagawa.
- Name: Sakura Tea
- Ingredients: Sakura blossoms, sugar, ume plum vinegar, salt
Harvest: Spring (late April)
Packaged by: Kyoto Obubu Tea Farms
- Location: Wazuka-cho, Soraku-gun, Kyoto
- Established: Established in 2004 as an agricultural social venture seeking to contribute to society through tea.
Add hot water to 3-5 grams of blossoms and allow the blossoms to open. Add water to taste preference
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