Firewood fire evening tea tea bag
Nature for more than 3 years without human intervention We roasted a wild tea tree that grew up as it was, over a wood fire.
"Late tea" is winter-picked tea.
Pour boiling water for 90 to 180 seconds.
The refreshing hydrangea with a smoky scent will permeate every corner of your body without getting caught anywhere.
Even if you add hot water, the flavor will not be significantly impaired.
"Firewood fire evening tea" that is said to have been made over 100 years ago.
Together with Kenichi Ikawa, a tea master from Kenichi Nature Farm (Yamato-gun, Nara Prefecture), who still inherits the traditional manufacturing method, we made tea with the aim of making tea that everyone can enjoy, warm, and relax.
It is also characteristic that there is almost no amount of caffeine, and it can be enjoyed by small children and elderly people from morning till night.
* Tea bags use the biomass material "Soilon" made from plant starch. Unlike ordinary tea bags, it does not emit microplastic and is kind to the sea and the body.
Everyone can enjoy, warm and relax
It is characterized by almost no amount of caffeine, and can be enjoyed by small children and elderly people from morning till night.
Carefully cultivated material
A wood-fired evening tea made by roasting a wild tea tree that has grown naturally without human intervention for over 3 years.
Co-manufactured with Kenichi Ikawa, a tea master from Kenichi Nature Farm (Yamato-gun, Nara Prefecture), who still inherits the traditional method of making wood-fired evening tea.
Even with the tea bag in it, there is almost no astringency, and you can drink about 3 brews while pouring hot water.