- Made by Morihata
- Philadelphia, USA
- Organic tea hand picked in Kirishima, Japan
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An approachable green tea that is steamed for twice as long as our other teas, resulting in a slightly less bitter cup with a subtle floral character.
The dark and irregularly shaped leaves found in Kirishima are steamed for twice as long as typical senchas. This process produces an approachable tea with a mild flavor and an especially dark verdant color. This style is a relative newcomer to the world of Japanese green teas and is known for being refreshing and easy to brew. Kirishima is one of our favorite teas to drink cold.
What to expect from Kirishima: A coarse tea that, when brewed, results in a cup with light sediment, notes of cucumber and freshly cut grass, and a somewhat floral aftertaste.
Morihata Organic Teas
Deep in the wooded hills of Kirishima, a region widely known for producing some of Japan’s finest teas, stands a plantation whose lush fields have been tended by five generations of master tea growers. Innovators in organic cultivation methods, their plots are dedicated to producing shining examples of some of Japan’s most sought-after tea varieties. The Morihata collection is proud to bring their reverence for tradition and forward-thinking production to the cups of discerning tea drinkers everywhere.
Organic tea leaves from Kirishima, Japan
Store in a cool, dark place in an airtight container. For optimal flavor please consume within 6 months of opening.
“At Morihata International, we believe in lifestyle goods that are crafted with intention.”
Established in 2005 by husband-and-wife team Kaz and Yuka Morihata, Morihata Intl. is dedicated to finding and distributing the highest quality Japanese design products to a new international audience.
Morihata represents designers and brands and is, in most cases, their exclusive American distributor. Our purpose is to make their innovative home, kitchen and lifestyle goods available beyond Japanese borders, and in that way connect Japanese artistry with the rest of the world.