INFORMATION: Gyokuro is well known for its soft aroma and sweet, mild taste. The leaves are brought up under reed blinds of straw to shade them from the sun for several weeks during the last stage of cultivation. Gyokuro is very strong in both fragrance and flavor. A deep yellowish-green in tint, it is thick and smooth on the tongue.
1. Cool down by pouring boiled water (100ml) into tea cups to cool water temperature down..
2. Place the tealeaves (10g) into the tea pot.
3 .Pour the cooled down water into the tea pot. Water temp. 50 degrees C.
4. Wait for about 1.5 minutes.