Ume-bundle of 2 (Sencha and Gyokuro) by Taniguchien

Was: $83.00
Now: $70.55

Editor's Review
"The "Umejirushi" series of Taniguchien is arguably the best choice from a value for price perspective"
Two great teas in one bundle. The "Umejirushi" series of Taniguchien is arguably the best choice from a value for price perspective, and truly captures the characteristics of each tea type. Try this set to enjoy and learn the differences of quality Sencha and Gyokuro.

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Ume-bundle of 2 (Sencha and Gyokuro) by Taniguchien

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  • 5
    Excellent

    Posted by Shekar on 11th Jul 2021

    Delivered very quickly with neat packaging and English instructions. The taste of the tea are both very nice. I especially like the sencha one. Will buy again.

Origin: Kyoto, Japan
Area Brand: Ujicha (Uji Tea)

Included in the package
:
- Sencha Umejirushi 100g by Taniguchien
- Gyokuro Umejirushi 100g by Taniguchien

Ingredients:
100% pure tea leaves. That's all.
This bundle puts the "Sencha Umejirushi" and the "Gyokuro Umejirushi" together into a discounted pack. This pack is a great way to try, understand, and learn the differences between a premium quality Gyokuro and a premium quality Sencha. You'll be able to do so while having great fun, as these are two exceptional teas.

Sencha Umejirushi - Carefully picked and rolled high quality Sencha leaves perfect for any Sencha lover. If you like Taniguchien's "Eighty Eighth Night Tea", then you'll definitely find this an even better tea. You can get 3 quality infusions from this terrific tea.

Gyokuro Umejirushi - If you liked Taniguchien's Gyokuro Tea, then you'll definitely love this one. While you'll get the same Taniguchien taste notes, the umami, the savory brothiness is at another level! Experience the "Umami hit" and the Nori-seaweed like aroma of a quality Gyokuro.

Experience Ujicha*, the legendary tea of Japan.*Ujicha is the tea from Kyoto area. Famous for the high tea quality and historical significance, is considered one of the "3 great teas of Japan".
Free Tracked Delivery Shipping
We provide free Singpost Tracked Delivery. We ship right from within Singapore - fast and no uncertainties. Shipment processed within 1-2 working days of receiving your order.

International shipping available for the following countries and regions
Australia, Austria, Belgim, Brazil, Canada, China, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Israel, Italy, Japan, Republic of Korea, Lithuania, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Pakistan, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russian Federation, Saudi Arabia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States, Viet Nam.

We provide discounted courier rates for all shipment outside of Singapore. At the point of checkout, you will be able to select your preferred courier based on price and speed. Please note that the speed of delivery is only a guideline and may change due to various situations.  We provide pre-paid and post-paid options for taxes and duties. Please read options carefully.

Return policy
Please find details here.

Brewing Instructions for Gyokuro Umejirushi
1. Boil water.
2. Cool the hot water to 50 degrees Celsius.
3. Add leaves to teapot. (6g per serving)
4. Pour water to teapot (100ml) - brew 150 sec.
5. Pour tea into teacup - pour until the last drop.
* At tealife we really recommend brewing at 50 degrees or lower for a long amount of time. 

Brewing Instructions for Sencha Umejirushi
1. Boil water.
2. Cool the hot water to 70-80 degrees Celsius.
3. Add leaves to teapot. (1 tsp per serving)
4. Pour water to teapot - brew 60 sec.
5. Pour tea into teacup - pour until the last drop.
*Tealife's recommendation is to brew at 70 degrees Celsius for 90 seconds.

Storing Instructions
Store in refrigerator if unopened.
Return to room temperature before opening.
Store opened packages in a cool shaded place.