Teaism wrote:You can get it from rakuten. Google rakuten and fujien.
rdl wrote:Teaism wrote:You can get it from rakuten. Google rakuten and fujien.
Did i search incorrectly? I didn't seem to find the tea. Don't all the Marukyu-Koyamaen teas have names? I drink a lot of Marukyu-Koyamaen sencha and never noticed a Fukamushi. Curious to try it.
Teaism wrote:This is one of them. From there you can navigate around the shop:
http://global.rakuten.com/en/store/fuji ... hiun-40gb/
William wrote:Today some Sencha, Kanayamidori cultivar, from Kirishima. Not so good
Chip wrote:William wrote:Today some Sencha, Kanayamidori cultivar, from Kirishima. Not so good
How did you brew it?
Although I do not have a Kanayamidori on hand ... so I cannot say how I brew it, I am receiving a shincha selection very soon ... from O-cha.
JRS22 wrote:Chinese greens do look pretty in glass pots - time to dust off my glass taiwan.
The problem I have experienced with ordering tea directly from vendors located in China is that shipping is sooooooo slow. The vendors send out the tea that day or the next, and then the package disappears into the chinese postal system for weeks.
puerhking wrote:I've ordered from Jing teashop twice this spring and both times I had my tea within ten days. They ship out of Shanghai which makes a difference.