Awa Bancha 30 g (1.06 oz) very rare tea from Tokushima
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Awa Bancha is a unique tea that contains lactic acid, giving the tea a slight pungency. Try the rare regional tea from Tokushima Prefecture!
How about AWA BANCHA
Awa Bancha is a slightly fermented bancha tea from Tokushima Prefecture that contains lactic acid, also known as milk acid, which gives the tea a slight pungency.
Fully-grown tea leaves harvested after mid July is used for making Awa Bancha. After the tea leaves are picked, they are boiled in a large pot, rubbed in a machine, and then placed in a tub for over one month. During the one month of waiting, process of lactic acid fermentation takes place. This unique tea processing method is different from the usual green tea processing.
Green tea leaves from Tokushima prefecture
Net Weight (per item)
30 grams (1.06 oz)
Vendor's Retail Packaging
Family operated, Tea Shop
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Store in an airtight container away from sunlight in a cool, dry place.
Prepare a large kyusu (tea pot) that holds about 1L (5 cups, 34 fl oz).
Put 3-4 grams (0.1-0.14 oz) of tea leaves into the tea pot and pour boiling water.
Wait few minutes and is ready to be served when the water color turns yellow. Also recommended to be served cold.