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Pouring light green tea from white porcelain Hasami-yaki kyusu teapot with blue logo into white porcelain Japanese teacup

Standard Gyokuro Brew

Our standard recipe for brewing loose-leaf gyokuro. Brew a cup when you feel you need a change of pace.
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Piping Hot Gyokuro

A boiling-hot brew brings out a vivid fragrance from gyokuro leaves. In the cup, this recipe has more a little crisp, refreshing astringency, on top of gyokuro's dew-like sweetness.
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Iced Gyokuro

For a fast, fragrant pitcher of iced tea, brew a strong batch of gyokuro using boiling hot water, and then pour over ice, diluting its strength and balancing its flavor.
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Cold Brew Gyokuro

Cold brew with just ice and clean water to bring out gyokuro's full lushness, natural sweetness, and umami.
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Recipe for Sharing (Gyokuro or Sencha)

Prepare large amounts of tea with your everyday kyusu.