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Bancha

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Type  Green
Origin  Japan
Other names  Common Tea

Quick description  More widely available in the West. A late season crop, goes well with food.
Similar  Sencha, Hojicha, Green tea, Kukicha, Genmaicha

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Bancha (番茶) is a Japanese green tea. It is harvested from the second flush of sencha between summer and autumn. (The first flush is harvested for shincha.)

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Background

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Bancha is harvested from the same tree as sencha grade, but it is plucked later than sencha is, giving it a lower market grade. It is considered to be the lowest grade of green tea. There are 22 grades of bancha. Its flavour is unique, it has a stronger organic straw smell.

Brewing

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Infuse at approximately 80 degrees Celsius (176 degrees Fahrenheit) – this can be achieved by using an electric water boiler with an 80-degree setting, or by adding to the boiling water one third of its volume of room temperature water before adding the leaves. Infusing at a higher temperature will cause the tea to taste bitter. Allow the tea to infuse for 30 seconds to 3 minutes.

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References

Bancha Wikipedia


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