Afternoon Tea Pangency "Pangency", which has become known for Kirin Gogo-no-Kocha, is becoming a new word to express the deliciousness of black tea for this autumn! It is a unique flavor contained in high-quality Darjeeling, quality season Uva, Dimbra Nuwara Eliya, etc. "Pleasant, refreshing and stimulating astringency" is pungency. . . Originally, this term was used when appraising black tea, but with this one word, it can be understood as a high-quality, elegant taste of black tea. ～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～ The photo shown is the tasting in Darjeeling (Jumpana), India. The man in the red shirt is the owner, Mr. Shantine, and the one on the left is the factory manager. You can feel this pangency when you taste Junpana Second Flush (now on sale), Nuwara Eliya, and Uva, which are now available in Dimbula. . . Next week is the release of fresh tea! There are various flavors in the taste of black tea.