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Gourmet Pan Fried Kamairi Green Tea

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Shincha ("new tea"). Available now for a limited time.

If you are looking to intrigue your palate and expand your tea experience, this tea is for you.

Serve for special occasions and make this remarkably complex tea a conversation piece with your company.

This rare, connoisseur-class tea has a fresh aroma and smooth yet rich taste.

Made from rare, pan-fried kamairi leaves. Honored by being the winner in UK's "Great Taste" tea competition.

  • Certified Organic.
  • Single-estate (not blended).
  • Easy to prepare. How-to instructions included.

Grown, harvested and processed by traditional farmers in lush green highlands of Kyushu island in Southern Japan. 

Net Weight: 100 grams 
Product of Japan

Type: Organic loose-leaf green tea 
Variety: Pan-fried kamairi
Region: Hinokage, Kyushu island, Japan
Color: Yellow/green
Flavor: Medium light, moderately sharp and distinct, slight roasty


Certified Organic

jas-logo-80.jpgThis tea is certified as organic by the government of Japan. All plant-based organic products produced in Japan must be compliant with Japan Agricultural Standards (JAS). The compliance process includes a rigorous application process as well as regular on-site inspections.


About Kamairi

"Kamairi" in Japanese literally means "pan firing", or "roasting in a pan". The process is an intensely manual, and as a result production is only done on a small scale.

The characteristic aroma of tea is strongly preserved in the final product, due to the traditional techniques developed over centuries. 

To make Kamairi green tea, fresh leaves are dried after harvesting at 300 °C

Due to its labor-intensive process, Kamairi teas are rare even in Japan and more so in the west (they account for only about 2% of all Japanese tea production.)

Fresh tea leaves are immediately dried after harvesting for ten minutes at 300 °C. Next, the leaves are rolled and dried in a four step, intensely manual process.

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  1. Thank you for a sample of Ryokucha

    Posted by Unknown on 14th Oct 2016

    Full flavour and rich taste. Pleasant and refreshing. Thoroughly enjoyed this tea. Thank you kindly Wawaza !


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