This is Midopa, an online staff member.
Summer is finally here, and days of extreme heat have arrived across the country.
“Cold-brew tea” is sold for a limited time every year around this time of year.
At our store, we have 3 types of cold brew tea 🍵
However, the most frequently asked questions at stores are
"How are the three flavors different?"
So this time, we will introduce tea leaf type cold brew sencha,
I tried comparing three types of tea bag types!
I tried drinking and comparing four types of cold brew tea.
Add 200ml of water to one tea bag and leave it for about 10 minutes.
Shake the tea bag a few times and it's done.
From left: ① Cold-brew Sencha tea bag, ② Cold-brew Nakamura tea tea bag,
③Cold-brew Gyokuro tea bag, ④Cold-brew Sencha leaf type.
It looks like tea brewed with regular hot water.
I don't feel a big difference 🤔
①Cold brew sencha tea bags
The most refreshing of the four, easy to gulp down 😊
It has a moderately refreshing feeling and tastes great with sweets 🍪
②Cold-brew Nakamura tea tea bags
It is more mellow than Sencha.
The tea has a sweet taste and is easy for anyone to drink.
My impression is that this tea is easy to use on a daily basis.
③Cold-brew Gyokuro tea bags are
Among the four, it is even more mellow!
Because the umami is strong and the taste is strong.
This is a tea that you will want to enjoy slowly and in small amounts .
④Cold -brew sencha made from tea leaves is
It has a strong taste and aroma, and I feel the scent is the strongest 🍵
Compared to tea bags,
This is because the tea leaves are spread properly for extraction.
The easy-to-use tea bag type comes in a large bottle, so you can make it ahead of time, and it's easy to wash as it doesn't leave used tea leaves.
(*We recommend drinking the iced tea you make within a day!)
Everyone, please enjoy our seasonal cold brew tea 😊🍵