Japanese black tea cultivated and manufactured by TEA FACTORY GEN.
Tea cultivated without fertilizers and pesticides in Sera's tea plantation, the first sprout Harvested by hand, it is finished in a Japanese black tea that stands out for its individuality.
At TEA FACTORY GEN, after making Hiroshima native sencha with ichibancha, we make Japanese black tea with the buds that come out. Japanese black tea, which looks like a mixture of green tea and western black tea, has surprisingly little astringency or harshness, and is easy to match with any meal.
[What is Japanese black tea?]
Wakocha refers to black tea made from Japanese tea trees. Japanese tea trees originally came from China and are classified as Chinese species. Compared to the Assam variety (most of the black teas in the world are of this variety), the Chinese variety has less tannin, which is the source of astringency.