Gyokuro je najprestižnejši japonski čaj. Značilno zanj je, da čajne grme 20 – 30 dni pred obiranjem prekrijejo s platnenimi ogrinjali. Tako dosežejo poseben okus zelena čaja. Ta je namreč prefinjen, sladek z dolgim pookusom. Z eno besedo umami.
Ta različica prihaja iz ekološke pridelave.
Voda: 60 °C
Količina čaja: 3 – 5 gramov
Količina vode: 150 – 200 ml
Čas infuzije: 1 – 2 minute
Število prelivov: vsaj tri. Temperaturo za vsak preliv povečamo, časa namakanja pa skrajšamo.
Čajni pribor: steklo ali porcelan
Čaj shranjujemo v suhem, temnem in hladnem prostoru.
Nepredušna vrečka z zadrgo, kjer izdelek ohrani vso svežino in aromo. Embalaža ščiti pred svetlobo in zrakom. Sestavljena je iz več slojev zaščite, ki ohranjajo lastnosti izdelka.
Embalaža je zelo praktična in omogoča recikliranje.
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I always have some of this in the house. It's very useful and makes an incredibly strong bond on all sorts of materials. I really recommend MetaFix!