Tea raised without using chemical fertilizers or agricultural chemicals that you can enjoy with peace of mind
From Kumamoto Prefecture "Sakurano Garden" tackling the creation of tea for non-pesticide / fertilizer cultivation It is a fragrant Japanese style tea "Kurenai". Use tea leaves grown by plenty of light from the sun without using chemical fertilizers or pesticides at all. I made the second tea completely fermented. The scent of black tea is high, it is easy to drink, it has a refreshing taste. Even if it is an iced tea, it can be delicious.
In the land of nature-rich MinamataSakurano Garden is located in Minamata City, Kumamoto Prefecture, surrounded by nature. Since the cleansing of Showa 2, many people have been put on hand, taking care of the traditional native species and continuing to this day. Tea is making polite tea by families, with the feeling that there will be a fortune that tea connects people and people.
No pesticide / chemical fertilizer cultivationJapanese black tea "Kure" is cultivated in pesticide-free chemical fertilizer in the tea plantation of this Sakurano Garden. It is a cultivation method that has been practiced from the thought that things are more familiar to nature and even for our body.
High flavor, gentle taste unique to Japanese tea
The tea leaves are picked from the same tree as the green tea cultivated in Sakurano Garden. "Kure" is finished by completely fermenting the second crop of natural cultivation. Basically, it is the same way as Sakurano Garden's "Sakura tea" Easy to drink unique to Japanese tea, gentle taste can be felt. In addition, "Kure" is more fragrant than Sakura Tea, it has a refreshing taste. Waka tea "Kure" was carefully made with the effort of human beings without using pesticides and chemical fertilizers. It is a tea ceremony tea that you can eat safely and safely. Please try it once.
|raw materials||Fermented tea|
|Internal capacity||60 g|
|Producing area||Kumamoto Prefecture|
|Preservation method||Avoid high temperature and humidity, please note the lingering scent after opening|