Imperial Sencha from Uji, close to Kyoto – the oldest tea-producing region in Japan – and more precisely from the small town of Tawaracho.
Its elegant, glossy leaves produce a slightly sweet cup, fresh and subtle in aroma, fragrant with lofty hints of green almond followed by deeper, mineral notes of stone and smooth pebble, finely balanced with salicornia. Rich in theanine, the liquor caresses the palate with its plush texture. An exceptional, long-lasting finale swirls together rare floral and sweet notes, providing pleasure for all the senses.
A serene and sumptuous tea.