A beautiful Japanese style green tea steamed, rolled, then gently air dried. New Year’s first flush harvest, some of the best comes from Shizuoka and Kagoshima region of Japan. Sencha’s tender and delicate nature often suffers from being brewed too hot, tasting bitter and spinach-like. Evy cold brews it to preserve the fruity notes and bright aroma she loves.
A darker roast of Sencha, Bancha is picked between late summer to late fall, bursting with a super unique sweetness and nuttyness like brown sugar. Look for the distinctive toasty note when you enjoy Evy’s cold brew green tea.
Hand-shaped into a crescent, Chun Mee (meaning “precious eyebrow”) is an East Chinese style green tea. Grown in the colder Anhui and Jiangxi Province, Chun Mee is sweet and buttery. A comforting and refreshing note shines through when cold brewed. This tea reminds Evy of her hometown and its humid summers.
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