Having tried a handful of Japanese teas from Yunomi, I was excited to try more! I will be trying a sencha, gyokro, and a hojicha. Let’s go!
Last one of my four-part series on Japanese green teas from Yunomi! I’m a bit sad, but also very happy that I was able to try all these different teas. I think of the four flights, this one has the most unique looking teas. In my other posts, I wrote my thoughts about Aracha, Bancha, and Fukamushi Teas, Konacha, Kukicha, and Mecha Teas and Sencha, Gyokuro, and Kabusecha Teas. Let’s go!
Last week was a busy week for me so I will be posting Part 3 and 4 back-to-back! I’m actually sad that this is over, but I am excited to try more Japanese teas and more reviews like this in the future! Let’s go!
This is Part 2 of my four-part series on Yunomi’s Japanese Green Teas Variety Set. I will be trying a flight of teas made up of konacha, kukicha, and mecha. If you want to read some background information about the brand, the set, or my thoughts on sencha, gyokuro, and kabusecha, feel free to read Part 1, as well. Let’s jump into it!
Today is Comparing Thursday! Over the course of the next month, I will be trying 12 different Japanese teas from Yunomi. Yunomi is a Japanese company that features a wide range of tea farmers, factories, teaware artisans, and small-scale independent merchants and creates an access point between the Japanese tea industry and tea lovers around the world!