Imari-cha grown in the heart of mountains in Imari, Saga Prefecture in Kyushu. Produced as tamaryokucha, a type of green tea that is processed like sencha but omits the last rolling step that straightens the leaves. This produces a leaf that is slightly curled.
Imperial Imari Sencha - Sachi no Kiwami 幸の極み is a type of kabusecha in which the new buds are shaded with double shades, cutting the sunlight to retain L-theanine and reduce catechins. As a result, the tea becomes rich in umami with natural sweetness in taste.
- Name: Imperial Imari Sencha - Sachi no Kiwami
- Japanese name: 伊万里茶 幸の極み
- Ingredients: Green tea
- Harvest: Spring
- Region: Imari, Saga Prefecture
2-Star "Superior Taste Award" WINNER of the International Taste and Quality Institute
Gold medal winner at the World Green Tea Contest, 2015
- Name: Chakouan Yamaguchi Seichaen Co., Ltd.
- Type: Tea shop, family business
- Owner: Sachiyo Nakashima
- Established: 1971
- Location: 45 Hasuikecho, Imari-shi, Saga 848-0042, JAPAN
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