大福茶 - Obukucha (Good Fortune Tea) with Gold Flakes

RM88.00 MYR

大福茶 - Obukucha (Good Fortune Tea) with Gold Flakes

RM88.00 MYR

To end the year, we have a very special seasonal tea for you! In Japan, Obukucha ( 大福茶 ) has its origins from Kyoto and is made up of Sencha tea with ume (Japanese plum) and musubi-kombu (knotted kelp) and is drunk during celebrations to signify good luck or happiness.

This particular Obukucha comes from a small family-run shop in Tokyo which sources their tea from many small farms throughout Japan, and this is made with a mix of high-quality Sencha tea leaves, genmai (brown rice), black soybean, white beans, matcha, sliced kelp, edible gold flakes. 

Obukucha is perfect for celebrations such as New Year or as a gift to wish for happiness and good luck!

With this tea, we hope that everyone will have a healthy and wonderful year ahead.

これが「大福茶(おおぶくちゃ)」となり、お茶に梅干しや結び昆布を入れ家族一同揃っていただく縁起茶で、新春を寿ぐにふさわしいものです。数に限りは御座いますが、新年のためにご用意下さいませ。

私たちは来年さらに良く行うことを願って、今年これまでご支援いただきありがとうございます

Happy New Year | 明けましておめでとうございます 

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To end the year, we have a very special seasonal tea for you! In Japan, Obukucha ( 大福茶 ) has its origins from Kyoto and is made up of Sencha tea with ume (Japanese plum) and musubi-kombu (knotted kelp) and is drunk during celebrations to signify good luck or happiness.

This particular Obukucha comes from a small family-run shop in Tokyo which sources their tea from many small farms throughout Japan, and this is made with a mix of high-quality Sencha tea leaves, genmai (brown rice), black soybean, white beans, matcha, sliced kelp, edible gold flakes. 

Obukucha is perfect for celebrations such as New Year or as a gift to wish for happiness and good luck!

With this tea, we hope that everyone will have a healthy and wonderful year ahead.

これが「大福茶(おおぶくちゃ)」となり、お茶に梅干しや結び昆布を入れ家族一同揃っていただく縁起茶で、新春を寿ぐにふさわしいものです。数に限りは御座いますが、新年のためにご用意下さいませ。

私たちは来年さらに良く行うことを願って、今年これまでご支援いただきありがとうございます

Happy New Year | 明けましておめでとうございます 

Preparing Our Teas

Brewing tea can sometimes be a daunting task, especially if its your first time! Here's a temperature and steeping guide for the teas that we offer. 

 

 Method  Weight (grams) Water / Temperature Steeping time*  Re-steep? 
Hot Brew  5 grams
1-2 tsp
200ml / 80°C 30 - 60s 3 - 5x
 Cold Brew  10 grams
2-3 tbsp
1 Litre / Cold 2-8 hours in Fridge 1 - 2x
Teabags 1 Teabag 300ml / 90°C 30s+ 3 - 5x

Hot brew teas are recommended as a warm accompaniment for a meal, or as a morning, afternoon, or even evening beverage as our teas contain a much lower amount of caffeine as compared to Coffee or even Matcha.

For convenience, Cold Brew teas are recommended as it can be made well in advance and it also draws out the natural sweetness of the teas without the bitterness normally associated with teas.

 *Adjust to taste, longer for stronger tea