Premium Deep Steamed Shincha Sae Midori
First Picked Deep Steamed
Japanese Green Tea, Loose Leaf
Premium Deep Steamed Shincha Sae Midori releases a gorgeous green color when brewed. This fine tea’s taste profile is complex. The marriage of slight astringency and a dash of sweetness make this tea extraordinarily refreshing. The sweet hint remains as the aftertaste. Second steeping introduces a mild earthiness, its color, interesting. Sae Midori is a green tea cultivar particularly suited for Sincha. Drink it regularly for consistent health.
100 grams (3.5 ounces)
Makes approximately 45 to 50 servings of tea
Add 1 gram of tea per 100 ml of fresh water, or about one tablespoon per potful. Heat the water to 80C (180F) and brew for one minute.
Brew with the same temperature water as the first infusion but for only a few seconds. Please note that the caffeine content of green tea becomes significantly less after the first steeping.
About Shincha Tea:
Shincha is packaged in limited quantities. This is because it is harvested only once a year. It’s harvested during spring and then immediately packaged. This is done to ascertain freshness. Sincha tea reigns supreme in the hearts and palates of Japanese people. We, at Japanese Tea Farm bring the treasure Sincha tea is just for your convenience, enjoyment and wellbeing.
What is deep steamed tea? (Fukamushicha)
Deep steamed tea is steamed a minute longer than your regular Japanese green tea. It sounds simple, but it isn’t that simple. Deep steaming requires great skill and knowledge. Not many Japanese tea companies are experts in this. This is due to the tricky and rigorous methods involved in deep steaming. Our green tea supplier has immense knowledge and skill in deep steaming. Hence, we serve you only the superior quality deep steamed green tea.
What’s so special about deep steamed tea?
When deep steamed, the tea leaves lose their leaf shape. The leaves separate and result in a comparatively powdery consistency. When you brew deep steamed tea, you’ll get a thicker, richer, darker green, green tea. The wet leaves of deep steamed green tea may appear mushy. Don’t worry, this appearance doesn’t affect the taste and the nutritional value. It’s one of the advantages of being deep steamed. It’s our pleasure to bring you the deep flavor of deep steamed Japanese green tea. We do it for your enjoyment and health!