A REFERS TO TEAS THAT ARE PICKED AFTER THE FIRST FLUSH TEA & DECAFFEINATED
Bancha refers to teas that are picked after the first flush tea (i.e. summer, autumn harvest tea, or leaves and stems collected when trimming the tea plant in early winter and spring) or large leaves that are separated during processing. However, bancha is found in different regions of Japan and so the name bancha does not always fall under the above description, having its own definition from region to region.
STEEPING INFO (3 person serving)