Chincha Asahina No
About This Tea
Shincha literally translates to New and is called so because it is the first months harvest of Sencha. During winter, the tea plants store up nutrients and as a result, this first harvest has the purest flavor as well at the most nutrients among all other harvests. Very difficult to find outside of Japan, this tea is prized for its aromatic flavors, amino acid content, as well as its vegetal brew that only contains a light bitterness.
|Brew Color||Yellow emerald|
|Benefits||Rich in amino acids and catechins, lower caffeine than sencha,|
|Flavor Profile||Bright roasted vegetal melody with a light and fluttering bitterness|
|Size||4 oz. | Online Only|
How to Brew
- Start with filtered water for the best brew.
- Use 1 teaspoon for every 8 oz. of hot water. Adjust amount to your preferences.
- The ideal water temperature is between 140-150°F.
- Brew for 1 minute.
- This tea can be brewed up to 2 times.