Tamaryokucha is a type of Japanese tea produced through methods typical for China. The tea is steamed and then dried in hot air inside a revolving drum, thereby subtly curving or curling the leaves. Originating from the Goto islands in Nagasaki Prefecture, the leaves infuse to make a liquor light green in hue, while the taste and aroma are indicative of foam on fresh frothed milk .
1.5 teaspoon per cup, brew for 2 minutes in a clean water that is about 70°C then pour. Suitable for 4 infusions.