Literally it means “The Tea of the Samurai”, as it used to be reserved for the Japanese Samurais.
Low in caffeine and rich in vitamins B and E, it is fortifying without over-stimulating the nerves, an ideal tea for physical and mental exercise.
It has a refined, robust, fresh flavor.
Our suggestion: drink it in a Midori Teapot.
Tea and food pairings:
Ryokucha Midori pairs extremely well with grilled fish such as salmon, bass, sea bream or red mullet.