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The fired Imperial Green
is incredibly smooth and rich in flavor but retaining that trademark, non-aggressive
nature. The aftertaste is long lastingly sweet and cleansing. And there's the
unexplainable combination of the mild green tea flavor coupled with the
concentrated toasty nuttiness that is present all the way through. This is one
of the occasions that confirm how important traditions are but one should not
always follow blindly.
We are very pleased to be
able to share this wonderful tea with you and I look forward to hearing from
It is perfectly fine to brew this new, roasted green tea just the way
you make your favorite green tea by using lower temperature water. But we found that higher temperature actually
brings out more complexity and nuttiness.
We recommend using hot, but not boiling water with around 5 grams of tea
for a 6 oz. gaiwan. Infuse for a minute or two depending on the level of
intensity and strength you desire. Drain into a serving pitcher if you are
sharing and serving a friend. If you are brewing for yourself alone, either sip
directly from your gaiwan or drain into your cup when it reaches your preferred
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