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Japan Sencha Tea

In the 9th century, the Chinese tea plant found its way to Japan. Monks brought it from China and linked its use to strictly ritualized practices. Green tea as a medium for meditation and religious purposes. Unlike China with its indistinguishable wealth of green tea, Japan produces only a few varieties that build more or less on the Sencha leaf, the Japanese folk drink. The main area is in Shizuoka Province, at the foot of Fujijama. In Japan, only green tea is produced. As in China, the demand for tea at home is very high. Green tea is indispensable from daily life here. For 1 cup, take 2 grams of this tea and infuse it with water to 80 degrees Celsius. Allow to steep for 2 minutes.

Contents: 100 g

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