06 Jun


Shincha is translated as “new harvested tea”. Traditionally, the first harvest is started on the 88th night from the first day of spring. It is recommended to taste shincha within 1 month to 2 months after the harvest to have its unique taste of freshness.

Having a cup of shincha reminds many Japanese of the arrival of spring. As Beaujolais nouveau does to French in autumn?

To celebrate the arrival of late spring / summer in Montreal (finally!), a shincha tasting will take a place at Fous Desserts (809 Laurier Est) on 7th June, Saturday from 14:30 to 16:30. Come and try this precious “only-now” flavor!


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    thanks for the useful info

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    very educative. Thank you so much

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