Tamaryokucha products are the origin of Japanese teas. They are primarily produced in the Kyushu region, which is in the southernmost part of Japan. Why Kyushu? Because Kyushu is the region closest to China. And tea culture and tea tree came from China. Like Chinese teas, Tamaryokucha tea leaves have a curled shape that derives from the manufacturing process. Tamaryokucha has a lot of similar characteristics with Sencha in terms of its nutritional and chemical components. Tamaryokucha has more catechins and more vitamin C than Gyokuro, Matcha. But it has less caffeine and fewer amino acids than Gyokuro and Matcha. Also, Tamaryokucha products come in 2 types – steamed and roasted. Steamed Tamaryokucha uses steaming to inactivate enzymes. While roasted Tamaryokucha uses direct heat in a pan to inactivate them.

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Miyazaki Sabo – Kamairicha – Yabukita

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Kamairicha – Yabukita is used only first harvest leaves from trees which provide the best taste and fragrance on our farm. Slowly processed young buds with lower temperatures and bring out the fresh leaf flavor and sweetness. This tea was served at the coffee break of the G7 Agriculture Ministers meeting in Japan in 2023.

Miyazaki Sabo – Kamairicha – Powder

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Enjoy the nutrition and fibers of leaves of this Powdered Kamairicha; made from first-harvested leaves only. Soluble with both hot and cold water. Well-suited for blending in with yogurt for good flavor and taste.

Miyazaki Sabo – Kamairicha – Handpicked – Single Cultivar – Sakimidori

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Handpicked, highest quality leaves of Sakimidori, and roasted carefully at the special production facility.
Soft, mild and pleasant taste with a clear aftertaste.  Refreshing and slightly creamy deep aroma.
Please also enjoy the visual elegance of bright green water color, as the leaves have 150% more chlorophyll than Yabukita cultivar.

Miyazaki Sabo – Kamairicha – Fragrance of Flowers

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Tea is truly international.  We can’t categorize this tea.  Chinese tea?  Japanese tea?  Oolong tea?  Kamairicha?

You are the judge to categorize this tea.

After harvest, withered for a short period under sunlight to bring out aroma, then processed as kamairicha.

Withering gives you fruity and flowery aroma, and you can enjoy pan parched flavor as well.

Miyazaki Sabo – Kamairicha – Handpicked – Single Cultivar – Nagomiyutaka

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Handpicked, nagomiyutaka single cultivar kamairicha.
The name of nagomiyutaka came from rich in theanine that helps you soothe your heart.
This cultivar excelled for kamairicha and sencha.
Fresh leaf and sweet fruity(like peach) aroma.  Savory and clear taste.  Golden watercolor.

Fujihara Tea Growers – Kabusecha

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Made with 22 days of shade-grown leaves.  The shading helps leaves to preserve umami and caffeine.  In the finishing process, the leaves are dried carefully instead of firing to take out the moisture.  Enjoy the fresh taste of young shoots.

Miyazaki Sabo – Kamairicha – Handpicked – Single Cultivar – Tsuyuhikari

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Tea cultivar Tsuyuhikari, when made into kamairicha, gives you a clean, fragrant, and dignified taste.The aftertaste is astringent in the middle of the tongue. Enjoy the refreshing taste!

Miyazaki Sabo – Kamairicha – Handpicked – Single Cultivar – Hokumei

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If you prefer dry teas to sweet teas, this is the tea for you. The tea cultivar Hokumei gives you a dignified, clean taste and leaves a refreshing aftertaste. Please also enjoy the lingering astringency.

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