1. Zur Tee-Ernte in Japan - Extended Version

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    • Japanische Teezeremonie/ Japanese tea ceremony (Kyoto)

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      Die LieblingsTee Gründer reisen nach Japan und besuchen die japanischen Teezeremonien. Edler, grüner Matcha Tee, ein besonders wohltuender Genuss und das Highlight einer jeden Teezeremonie in Japan. LieblingsTee founders traveling to Japan attending Japanese tea cereomonies. Imperial green matcha tea rising well-being is the highlight of any Japanese tea ceremony.

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      • Matcha Making by LieblingsTee

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        Oliver & Jürgen, founder of LieblingsTee, are traveling as matcha students through Japan's tea gardens. Oliver & Jürgen, die LieblingsTee Gründer, reisen als Matcha Students durch Japans Teegärten. www.lieblingstee.de

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        • Hayashi Sencha Tokusen

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          Ein wundervoller Sencha Tee von der Familie Hayashi.

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          • MARIMO presents: MORIMOTOS preparing shincha harvest 2013

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            MARIMO presents: MORIMOTOS preparing shincha harvest 2013. We took this video 2013 March 8th in the organic tea garden of the Morimotos in Miyazaki, Kyushu, Japan. This year, the Morimotos are shading the whole Yutaka Midori garden (garden nr. 12) for the shincha and for the first flushu harvest.

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            • Super Premium Gyokuro Kimigayo

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              Dieser Gyokuro Kimigayo ist Japanische Teekunst in Perfektion. Seidig leuchtende, tannengrüne Teeblätter in vollendeter Nadelform. Herrlich klare, goldgrüne Tassenfarbe. Fein-süßliches, verspieltes, intensives Umami-Aroma, erinnert an vollmundige, reife Trauben. „Kimigayo“ bedeutet „Herrscher der Welt“ – so beginnt die japanische Nationalhymne, die Ode an den Kaiser.

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