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Encyclopedia > Gyokuro
Gyokuro
Type: Green
Other names: 玉露, 'Jewel Dew'
Origin: Japan
Quick description: Considered the highest grade of tea available in Japan.

Gyokuro is a fine Green tea from Japan. Selected from a grade of green tea known as tencha (天茶), Gyokuro's name refers to the pale green color of the infusion. Image File history File links blank picture File links The following pages link to this file: Antioquia Boyacá Cundinamarca Bolívar Department Santander Department Atlántico Magdalena Department Amazonas Department, Colombia Arauca Caquetá Casanare Cauca Cesar Chocó Córdoba Department Guainía Guaviare Huila Department Guajira Department Meta Department Nari... Green tea (绿茶) is tea that has undergone minimal oxidation during processing. ... Green tea (绿茶) is tea that has undergone minimal oxidation during processing. ...


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Gyokuro: Japan's Finest Green Tea; Gyokuro Harvesting (475 words)
Gyokuro is grown from the tea varietal known as Yabukita, which is a small leaf, sweet tea that is used in many of Japan's highest quality green teas.
Gyokuro is made only with the earliest leaf buds of the spring harvest.
Gyokuro is a sensitive green tea and needs to be carefully brewed to bring out the best flavor.
Japan Green Teas - Japanese Green Tea - Gunpowder - Genmaicha - Gyokuro - Matcha - Sencha (589 words)
To produce high-quality Gyokuro tea the bushes must be kept under 90 percent shade from the beginning og May for about 20 days.
Gyokuro or jade dew is actually selected from a precursor grade known as ten-cha and is regarded as the highest grade of tea made in Japan.
Seen very much as a luxury, and rare commodity, the gyokuro teas are made only with the limited first flush leaf in order to achieve a rich and round flavour with a delicate, pale lemon-green colour.
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