Sencha is today by far the most common tea drunk in Japan. It is an incredibly good tea to have as an introduction to Japanese teas, and also to green teas in general. Sencha is classy, sweet and algal, with a slight taste of tannin at the end. Sencha’s algal tones highlight the fish taste, so the tea is especially suited for sushi or sashimi.
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Our Japanese Sencha is quality tested to comply with strict European standards for any chemical or pesticide residues. Uniquely, the teas are then air freighted to Australia to maintain the finest quality and freshness for your enjoyment.
- 1 teaspoon per 200mls
- water at 80 degrees celcius
- brew for 2 – 3 minutes
- same leaves can be re-used up to 3 times in a day
Goes Well With:
Perfect on its own or with a slice of citrus.