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Batabata-cha

Batabata-cha

BAN-82-001-100
Batabata-chaBatabata-cha
Toyama - Asahi
A post-fermented (dark) tea with ancient roots, very rare in Japan, from Toyama. It has aromas of waxed wood and mushrooms, which recall its cousins on the continent.
100g
USD $12.67

Goishi-cha

Goishi-cha

BAN-83-001-020
Goishi-chaGoishi-cha
Kochi - Ôtoyo
An extremely rare traditional bancha from Shikoku, this tea is unique in Japan since it has gone through double post-fermentation and it has been pressed. It has very characteristic acidic aromas.
20g
USD $18.67

Kyô-bancha (Iri-bancha)

Kyô-bancha (Iri-bancha)

BAN-46-001-150
Kyô-bancha (Iri-bancha)Kyô-bancha (Iri-bancha)
Kyoto - Uji-Tawara
The famous regional bancha from Kyôto, light in the mouth with strong smoky aromas.
150g
USD $6.17

Mimasaka bancha

Mimasaka bancha

BAN-53-001-080
Mimasaka banchaMimasaka bancha
Okayama - Mimasaka
The aromas of this traditional regional bancha, made from leaves that were boiled and then dried in the sun, are close to that of hôji-cha, but rounder and sweeter, with also some peppery touches.
80g
USD $10.67

Meoto chasen, for the batabata-cha

Meoto chasen, for the batabata-cha

ACC-82-001-CHA
Meoto chasen, for the batabata-chaMeoto chasen, for the batabata-cha
New
A very special chasen for preparing the traditional bancha from Toyama known as batabata-cha.
USD $42.67