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Kesennuma Kuwacha Sencha: Mulberry Leaf Tea {ID: 46}

4.00 out of 5
(2 customer reviews)

$3.00$90.00

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Rare Japanese mulberry tea, or kuwacha (桑茶), processed like sencha tea. Without the caffeine of green tea, it's a great cleansing herbal tea.

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Product Description


kesennuma kuwacha mulberry leaf tea
This tea (or more accurately, tisane) was made with leaves grown without the use of chemical pesticides or fertilizers in the area between Kesennuma and Minami-sanriku in Iwate Prefecture. A rich but delicate sencha-like tea but without the caffeine, enjoy kuwacha mulberry tea straight or with milk.

Please allow 1-2 weeks for procurement if inventory status is ‘available on backorder’.

PRODUCT INFO

NAME
Kesennuma Kuwacha Matcha (Mulberry Tea Leaves)
INGREDIENTS
Mulberry leaves grown in Miyagi Prefecture
PRODUCER
Sato Family

SUPPLIER INFO

NAME
Kesennuma Kuwacha Eitoku (Click to read the Sato family’s inspiring story of losing their home and business, surviving the tsunami, and starting anew with Kuwacha tea.)
STATUS: The Sato family behind this company is currently living and operating their business from a temporary housing facility.
BLOG: Read more from the Sato family
LOCATION
Sasagajin, Kesennuma, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan

Additional Information

Net Weight (per item)

10 grams (0.36 oz), 90 grams (3.17 oz), 500 grams (1.1 lbs)

Packaging

Bag

Storage (Standard)

Store in an airtight container away from sunlight in a cool, dry place.

Region

Miyagi

Preparation

Kuwacha, like sencha (Japanese green tea), can be prepared in a teapot. Use the Standard steeping technique with either twice the amount of water, or half the amount of leaves (unless you like the taste of the tea strong).

2 reviews for Kesennuma Kuwacha Sencha: Mulberry Leaf Tea {ID: 46}

  1. shinobi cha
    3 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    This is a good herbal tea. It actually reminds me of gyokuro…it is not as rich, and doesn’t have the thick mouthfeel, but there is something similar in its aroma. It’s good enough that I might consider switching it out with sencha now and then. And if I couldn’t drink sencha but wanted a similar tea, this is what I’d go for!

  2. Kaytea
    5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    I really love this herbal tea. I was surprised, it’s taste is very different from a green tea, yet it’s very green and almost tasting like kelp. Round and agreeable in mouth.

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