Gyokuro Asahi is the rarest Japanese tea of all, being grown under special bamboo shades along the slopes of Mount Fiji giving the tea an emerald green uniquely fragrant flavour. The fine emerald needle-shaped leaves give a bright, aromatic exquisite infusion.
Place two teaspoons per cup into an infuser, filter or teapot. Allow the water to cool after boiling ideally 50-60 ◦ Celsius and infuse for 2-3 minutes. Serve immediately or remove leaves to prevent spoiling. You may brew the same leaves again up to 3 times.
May contain traces of nuts
Our small sample size caddy is the perfect way to try a new tea.
Contains tea for approximately 10 cups of green Tea.
The refill carton, available in Standard and Large, is a perfect, environmentally friendly way to replenish your Tea Palace Caddies. Contains enough tea for approximately 50 cups (Standard) or 80 cups (Large) of green tea.
**Please note this container is not airtight and therefore once opened tea should be transferred to an airtight caddy or storage jar.
Our bespoke purple damask caddy is the perfect way to keep your tea fresh.
Contains tea for approximately 50 cups of green tea.
Our Large bespoke purple damask caddy is the perfect way to keep your favourite tea fresh.
Contains enough tea for approximately 80 cups of green tea.
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