This Kodama black tea is made using Taicha No. 18, which was bred by crossing Assam seeds grown in Myanmar and wild tea plants in Taiwan. “Kotama” is the common name for Taicha No. 18, and it has come to be used as the product name as it is. When you pour it into a cup after 3 minutes of brewing, you can clearly feel the light blue color with an orange tint, but when you swallow it, you can clearly feel the sweet scent of cinnamon, menthol, and brown sugar. The scent is unique, but the taste is a comfortable brand with an impressive sweetness and the calming richness of black tea. What kind of scent is menthol scent as a personality of tea scent? I think there are many people who think that. A typical example is the black tea produced in Ceylon Uva, which is produced in the quality season from July to September. The ruby black tea introduced this time is also a brand with a distinct menthol scent. If you haven't had a tea with such a unique scent yet, please try it.
Taiwan is not a big country, but it is surrounded by 3,000m class mountains. In addition to the essential elements for producing high-quality tea, such as the temperature difference between day and night and the fog that envelops the mountains, traditional techniques related to tea production from Fujian, a famous tea production area, are hand-crafted by artisans who love tea in this country. This has led to the production of a new type of tea with a particularly gorgeous aroma and character, and has grown into a major industry in Japan. In addition, Taiwan has sublimated tea drinking into a new tea culture, including its own brewing method using monko cups. In addition, today we are creating new global tea delights such as tapioca milk tea. The main production areas are scattered around the center of the island at an altitude of 1,000m to 2,500m. It is a production area that continues to fascinate tea lovers around the world with its fragrance.
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