Wednesday, October 10, 2007


Awabancha is quite an unusual Japanese tea. During summer, tea leaves are picked and then boiled.
After boiling, tea leaves are rubbed and placed in a barrel to ferment. They are then dried under the sun.
Awabancha is made in Tokushima (city on Japanese Shikoku island).
Awabancha has kind of stale aroma

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

were I can buy Awa-Bancha tea online?