Everyone loves tea, but the Japanese know how to do it the very best. The Shincha leaves are the most profound and valued tea leaf in the whole country because it is only available for about two weeks per year. While the plant is dormant the tea bushes are able to build up a rich collection of nutrients and that gives it a very strange flavor for the drinkers. The young leaves not only have the fresh taste of the harvested Japanese tea but it also is very healthy and packed with lots of vibrant aromas.
According to an article found on reddit and written by Eater.com, this special tea is not only rare and offered on a limited basis but it is also hand picked very carefully by the farmers. Whenever this tea becomes available the people who drink it throw a celebration to mark that it is a good time of year to have this stuff around.
I am a big fan of tea myself and I would love to try out some Shincha. Unfortunately it seems that it would be very difficult to get hands on and that is what makes it so special. The folks at Boraie Development LLC and the team at Manta.com are left only to wonder if there are a lot of other health benefits that come with it, especially because of how green it is and all of the nutrients that are inside of it. Maybe someday there will be more production of it.