$24.00 CAD for 125g
$24.00 – $105.00
From the famous Yabukita cultivar more known for green teas, this remarkable black tea surprises with savory notes of herbs and rich, sweet notes of browned butter. Brings to mind cheese and crackers!
First cultivated in 1908, Yabukita is derived from two Japanese words, ‘Yabu’, meaning bamboo grove, and ‘Kita’, meaning north.
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