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Gyokuro Tea

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Gyokuro Tea

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Gyokuro Tea - Our answer to most things in life! At eteaket HQ, you will hear the name of this tea uttered often.  'Oh are you getting a cold?  Go and get some Gyokuro!' Or 'Oh are you not feeling great, go and get a mug of Gyokuro!'.  So I… View more details

Gyokuro Tea – Our answer to most things in life!

At eteaket HQ, you will hear the name of this tea uttered often.  ‘Oh are you getting a cold?  Go and get some Gyokuro!’ Or ‘Oh are you not feeling great, go and get a mug of Gyokuro!’.  So I am sure you can see we are a huge fan.  Our Gyokuro is our favourite green tea here at eteaket.

As one of Japan’s most coveted teas Gyokuro translates to Jade dew in reference to its emerald green leaves and pale green-blue liquor. Before it is harvested in early spring Gyokuro bushes are shaded under bamboo mats for first 3 weeks of May while the first flush develops.  This causes chemical changes in the leaf which increases the amino acids and sugar and chlorophyll and enhancing the unique flavour. Morever, the shading decreases the bitterness and results in a sweet, flavourful cup. Gyokuro was first produced Kyoto in the 1830’s, there are different variations but they all use similar kneading and drying method similar to Sencha Green Tea.

Gyokuro is truly Japan’s best tea.  And wow, trust is, it’s special.  However, we strongly suggest you make sure that you brew this tea at 80 degrees so that you do not burn the leaves – it makes such a difference to the taste.  If you are using a standard kettle, just make sure to add some cold water to cool the water down before adding your tea to brew.

Brewing…

We think the best way to brew loose leaf tea is with an Infuser Mug or an Infuser Teapot like our colourful eteaket teapots or Curated Japanese Tea Sets. Other handy tools include the Perfect Tea Measure Spoon and a Tea Timer.

 

 

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Our 3 step ‘tea in mind’ process empowers you to pause & rebalance while sipping on the highest quality ethically sourced teas, so that you can thrive more every day.
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How We Like It

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Step 1

Add 1 tsp per 250ml to an infuser or self-fill teabag
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Step 2

Add freshly boiled water to brew at 80°C
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Step 3

Brew for 3 minutes
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Step 4

Pause, rebalance & thrive. Follow a tea routine here.

Tasting Notes

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Dry Leaf

Take a moment to consider the dry leaves: size & shape, colour, texture & smell.
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Wet Leaf

Inhale the aroma of the infused leaves & observe how the appearance has changed.
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Liquor

Pause to examine the brewed tea. Is it bright & clear? What aromas can you smell?
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Taste

Take a sip while breathing normally & observe the taste, aroma and how your body & mind feel.

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