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You love green tea and are on the search for a balanced stimulant? Then Sencha is the perfect alternative for you. Your Sencha is from the Japanese prefecture called Shizuoka. The area is surrounded by the mountain Fuji which makes it the perfect acreage for our tea. In a hight of 150 - 350 m it is cultivated and harvest in summer. The type Yabukita has a mild and sweet taste to it with a balance of a grassy and slightly bitter note. The intensive aroma and the smell will get you into the mood of a real Japanese tea ceremony.
Sencha tea is the sun child amongst the green tea grade. The tea is not shaded and develops more bitter compounds, vitamins, minerals and trace elements under the hot sun. After the harvest the tea gets steamed for 3 min and afterwards with the help of a rolling method will develop it's needle like form. To make the aroma even stronger, the little leaves are getting roasted for a another 3 min before they are packed up.
The tea is the perfect accompany for your morning routine, after food or with some cookies for tea time. It is also very delicious as an iced tea during summer time. Boil yourself a nice cup of Sencha Tea and make yourself comfortable.
Boil recommendation: 12 g per Liter, let steep for about 1-2 minutes at 80°C.
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|Company||KoRo Handels GmbH |
Koppenplatz 9, 10115 Berlin
|Storing||Store the product cool and dry, protected from heat|
|Ingredients||100 % green tea* *from organic farming|
|Allergens||May contain traces of GLUTEN, SESAME and EDIBLE NUTS.|
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What is the KoRo price chart?In this chart, you can see the price per base unit (mainly 100g). In addition, you will learn the reason for a price reduction or increase by clicking on the information circles.
Why is the price fluctuating?Most annual product crops have an impact on the relationship between supply and demand in the market. In the event of a bad harvest, we must also pay a higher price for raw materials. Due to the strong impact of external factors such as wind, weather, climate and natural events on the harvest, we are refusing long-term cross-harvest contracts with our producers.
Why are we communicating price changes at KoRo?Open communication is very important to us and therefore part of our vision. For this reason, we would like to keep you informed of the evolution of our prices. Thus, the KoRo price chart provides a transparent overview of the evolution of the products prices over time.
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Obwohl ich kein Grünteetrinker bin, mag ich den Geschmack des Senchas Tees absolut..