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Pan roasted green tea

This green tea has a delicate and refreshing scent of tea leaves and a fragrant taste.

Pan roasting is a method of roasting tea leaves in a pan heated over an open flame, and is characterized by its fragrant aroma and clear golden color. The tea leaves are rolled and dried to form a rounded magatama shape.

Pan roasted green tea is a type of tea that is produced in small quantities, accounting for less than 1% of the national production of Japanese tea. It is produced only in some areas such as Kyushu, Shikoku, Wakayama, and Shizuoka.

Iwanaga tea farm is famous for its black tea. It has won awards at the British tea contest "THE LEAFIES" and is popular both domestically and internationally. However, Iwanaga tea farm's predecessor is known as a master of roasted green tea, and won the Minister of Agriculture and Forestry Award. The delicious roasted green tea has been passed down to this day.

At Iwanaga tea farm, they make tea without using pesticides as much as possible, with the aim of delivering tea that is safe to drink. Their roasted green tea is delicious and healthy for the body. it's highly recommended.

Producer: Iwanaga tea farm (Yamato Town, Kumamoto Prefecture)

Type: Green tea

Variety: Kawazuru

Contents: 40g

Best before date: End of August 2024

How to drink: About 3 minutes with 80℃ hot water

      150ml of hot water for 3g of tea leaves.

The bag has a zipper. The inside of the bag is made of aluminum vapor-deposited material, allowing you to enjoy fresh tea leaves for a long time.

Pan roasted green tea

¥1,080 JPY
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