Available from May 12th, while supplies last.
What kind of gift is it?
A gift for someone who likes refreshing tea with sharpness. Comparing these two teas will bring out the good points of both.
How does it taste?
Both share the characteristic of being refreshing. They differ most in that shincha has the freshness of just-picked tea. In contrast, Kaboku has depth and mellowness.
How/when to enjoy it?
Choose the tea that goes best with the sweets you have chosen, with the time of day, and with how you feel on that particular day. With seasonal fruits, choose shincha, but with high-grade Japanese confections, choose Kaboku.
Who do Ippodo staff give it to?
The pleasant astringency that both of these teas have means that they also go well with Western sweets. Give it to someone who's good at baking cakes.
Anticipate the taste
With your favourite sweets
Have it with small sweets
Relax with tea and snacks
- Uji Shincha (104g) Sencha Kaboku (90g) 2-Pack of Small Cans
- Size of Package : W14.8×D7.1× H12.6cm
- Net Weight :
- Shincha 104 grams
- Sencha Kaboku 90 grams
- Ingredients : Green tea(Japan)
- Shelf Life : Shincha 150 days, Kaboku 180 days