Nº4 Shizetsu
Nº4 Shizetsu
Nº4 Shizetsu
Nº4 Shizetsu
Nº4 Shizetsu
Nº4 Shizetsu

PURE GYOKURO

Nº4 Shizetsu

2 avis
¥4,000

Cultivé dans le sol riche du mont Fuji, nourri par ses nutriments volcaniques. Shizetsu (Quatre Saveurs) a un goût sucré et umami avec un arôme proche du Matcha. Ce Gyokuro raffiné et vieilli aiguisera votre esprit et vous aidera à vous concentrer tout en réchauffant votre corps. À éviter le soir, car il est riche en caféine.

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Harvest
May 2020

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Fuji
Shizuoka

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3 Infusions
Per Serving

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Loose
Leaves

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Harvest
May 2020

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Fuji
Shizuoka

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3 Infusions
Per Serving

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Loose
Leaves

QUANTITY

Details & Attributes

It has a rich umami taste with hints of seaweed, seashore, and soup stock, and a sweet taste that does not linger, but the astringent taste slips away.
While the richness and body are definitely solid, they do not linger forever and disappear easily. As the brewing is repeated, there is a sweetness derived from the aging process in the greenness, and an acidity that lightly presses down on the tongue. Finally, the greenness is felt. There is no bitterness.

Color: Transparent Dark Green

Consumption mode:
Hot 

Caffeine:
★★★ High

Production: Shaded Steamed Green Tea

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Bitterness
20%
Astringency (First Taste)
60%
Sweetness
60%
Umami
80%
Fragrance
80%
Granularity
40%
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Preparation Guidelines

Although we always suggest the usage of a Kyusu to serve the perfect tea, Mohei's tea can be prepared with the simplest utensils we all have at home! The most important part is to follow the instructions below to get all the tastes of Shizetsu.

Shizetsu can be infused up to 3 times. Each numbers below are listed from left to right, 1st infusion to the last.

Quantity of tea (in gram) per infusion

5g = Up to 3 Infusions

Water quantity (in ml) per infusion

90-> 90-> 120

Water temperature (in Cº) per infusion

60-> 80-> 90

Brewing time (in seconds) per infusion

80-> 50-> 120

Preparation Guidelines

Although we always suggest the usage of a Kyusu to serve the perfect tea, Mohei's tea can be prepared with the simplest utensils we all have at home! The most important part is to follow the instructions below to get all the tastes of Shizetsu.

Shizetsu can be infused up to 3 times. Each numbers below are listed from left to right, 1st infusion to the last.

Quantity of tea (in gram)
per infusion

5g = Up to 3 Infusions

Water quantity (in ml)
per infusion

90-> 90-> 120

Water temperature (in Cº)
per infusion

60-> 80-> 90

Brewing time (in seconds)
per infusion

80-> 50-> 120

Tea Pairing

Best moment of the day: Breakfast - Lunch - Breaks 

Japanese tea is traditionally offered with Japanese sweets. They also pair very well with all sorts of meals, either for breakfast, lunch, breaks, or even dinner (for the lower-caffeine tea).

During his years of serving tea to his dear customers, Mohei's knowledge of the flavors and characteristics of his teas allows him to share the wonders of an exceptional green tea served with the right food. When paired well, Japanese tea can unlock further benefits such as better digestion, better diet, or enhanced sensation of satiety.

Like bread and butter

Perfect for afternoon gathering cocktails and celebration lunches, Shizetsu will give you the finest experience once paired with cheese

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