Brazilian Shincha Green Tea 2020 | Stash Tea

Brazilian Shincha Green Tea

$21.95

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  • Product Description

      Shincha is the first harvest of green tea. Ours was grown just outside São Paulo, Brazil, and harvested at the beginning of their spring in early October 2021. Shin means new and cha means tea. This new tea is extremely fresh, very light, and has a rounded mouthfeel. The beautiful, bright green leaves produce a tea with a smooth, silky taste—no wonder Shincha green tea is highly sought after. Once it's sold out, it's really gone. And there won't be more of this super-fresh tea available until next year.

        Ingredients

        Green tea

        Steeping Instructions

        1–3 minutes at 158–176 degrees Fahrenheit

        Caffeinated

        Yes

        Cups to Grams

        100 grams makes 40–50 cups

    • Product Details

      • Variant: 100 g loose
      • SKU: 112857

    From fresh tea leaves to tea

    Our Shincha was grown just outside São Paulo, Brazil. Each harvest is a once in a lifetime experience. Just as people collect different vintages of wine, each harvest of Shincha has a slightly different and special nuance to its flavor. Get behind the scenes and read more about our Shincha.

    How to brew Shincha

    The methods for brewing Shincha are a little different than regular green teas. It is suggested to use significantly lower temperatures, in order to avoid harming or burning this type of green tea, 70 °C (158 °F) is the sweet spot for brewing, and no higher than 80 °C (176 °F).

    1. Bring fresh water to a boil and let it sit and cool for a few minutes.
    2. Use the hot water to heat a small teapot, swirling it around the teapot and then emptying it.
    3. Measure the Shincha into the teapot, using one gram of tea for every 6 ounces of water.
    4. Add the hot water to the leaves and let them steep for no more than 3 minutes.
    5. Pour into small cups and sip slowly to savor the unique fragrance and flavor.
    Another favorite property of Shincha is the ability to resteep. Some people even prefer the second or third round of brewing, since each steep brings out noticeable differences in the flavor and aroma.

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      Stephanie D.
      Amazing green tea

      This Brazilian Shincha reminds me of the high quality Matcha and Sencha that I had in Uji, Japan. It has an amazing sweet green aroma and flavor that you won't get with the green teas sold in grocery stores and coffee shops - unless you're at a store in Uji! I bought the 2021 harvest. If Stash sells this again, you'll be getting a different vintage, but I don't doubt it will be just as delicious.

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      Michelle J.
      Bellissimo Sapore

      Brazilian Shincha Green Tea is my new favorite. I definitely recommend it.

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      Terra S.
      Very unique flavor

      I really enjoyed this Shincha, it's very earthy and green tasting, almost has an asparagus flavor. The packaging was very pretty too.

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      margaret h.
      Great green tea

      This is the best green tea I have ever drank. Stash has the best tea!!!!

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      Francis M.
      Superb Shincha!

      This is the first time I have tasted a tea from Brazil. Knowing how rich the soil is in that country due to the Amazon River, I was eagerly awaiting this tea. It was a marvelous green tea perfect for your first cup in the morning. Highly recommend.