The first crop or harvest of any tea plant is widely cherished for its high content of nutrients and for its chlorophyll and floral notes. Gokuzyo Green Tea by Japanese Green Tea In, a bright green tea resulting from the leaves from the first cutting of the tea plant, proves true to it’s name, meaning “highest grade”!
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The deep bright hue of Gokuzyo is so refreshing! It looks just like spring and summer and is such a beautiful tea to gaze into.
With 2 teaspoons of honey, Gokuzyo by Japanese Green Tea In hides its chlorophyll notes and replaces them with notes of oats, similar to oatmeal. The faint floral notes remain while the sip takes on a less air-y and more silky quality.
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Do you enjoy first crop/spring harvest teas? Why?