This particular organic Kamairicha green tea is a master blend of the finest pan-fired leaves specially selected out of the very first harvest. Only the very finest leaves from Yabukita and Saemidori tea bushes were selected for this one! An exceptional organic Kamairicha that represents the best of this year's crop from this particular tea garden in the northern mountainous region of Miyazaki where the most famed Kamairicha is produced!
Below are pictures of the actual organic tea garden in Hinokage Town, Nishiusuki District, Miyazaki where this organic Kamairicha comes from. A truly incredible generation-old organic tea garden that is extremely well cared for and managed to the highest order of professionalism.
Tea Garden Images...
Primly placed tea garden on a steep, well-drain, mist covered, mountain slope in Hinokage Town! Any real tea connoisseur knows that's a very good sign of high quality green tea in production:
Snow covered tea garden in winter gives tea bushes strength and vitality:
Harvesting tea leaves precisely and with extreme care by using a small handheld trimmer that collects the precious top leaves at the back. No big mass-production harvesting machinery around these parts:
All creatures great and small live in harmony in tea gardens free from pesticides! When nests like these are found the growers do not harvest those tea bushes:
Well-aged organic compost is a traditional part of Japanese farming, and when fed to tea bushes in balanced amounts it makes for delicious green tea! No soil depleting poisonous chemical fertilizers are ever applied to the tea bushes:
Well-established tea bushes heavily mulched with traditionally applied chagusa (natural chopped up forage collected from grasslands). Chagusa keeps the moisture in the soil, acts as a nitrogen fixer aswell as makes the soil fertile, protects the tea bushes roots, makes for a bouncy walk-through experience, and results in delicious high quality green tea:
|Origin||Hinokage Town, Nishiusuki District, Miyazaki, Kyushu, Japan|
|Harvest Date||May 2017|
|Harvest Period||100% Ichibancha (First Harvest)|
|Cultivar(s)||Yabukita & Saemidori|