I came across this tea at a supermarket housed in a shopping mall on the outskirts of town. Advertisements
If you’re one of those tea drinkers looking to move away from bagged teas, then this is just the kind of thing that would make a good first step.
This is yet another of What-cha’s range of sweet little 100 gram mini-beengs, and is the result of a second joint effort between Alistair of What-cha and Scott Wilson of Yunnan Sourcing.
This tea formed part of my haul from Sing teahouse in Copenhagen during my recent tea-inspired day-trip to the Danish capital.
Maybe it’s something to do with the onset of Autumn, and a subconscious desire to hold on to the fading greenery outside a while longer, but I’ve recently gone on a bit of a lighter tea buying splurge – Japanese … Continue reading
More often than not when it comes to purchasing tea, I’m an easy mark.
Bancha Goishicha is a dark or post-fermented tea from Japan. This particular tea originates from Otoyo town, which lies in Kochi prefecture on Shikoku island, and was produced in February 2015.