|fresh from the tea field!|
Shincha is particularly characterized by fresh aroma producing from young tender buds and leaves. It gives us sense of refreshing and the power of youth when drinking. While aging, tea gets matured, bringing deeper flavor and milder taste. In other words, it can be said “new tea for fresh aroma, and aged tea for deeper taste.”
Considering this, I feel that human beings have something in common with tea. When young, people are fresh and powerful. Over time, they get matured and more stable. Am I going too far?
Anyway, it completely depends on your preference which you’d select either new or aged teas. Maybe, why don’t you try both!