Savoring the Experience:
This robust blend can stand up to multiple infusions. It is best paired with rice and veggies. And… if you’re still hungry you can eat the leaves of the tea. Seriously, the leaves of this organic sencha can be eaten and are quite often used in cooking and even cosmetic products.
Organic Japanese Green Tea
- 1.5 tsp Per Cup
- 1-2 Minutes
60% of tea produced in Japan is Sencha. It is by far the most popular type of tea in Japan surpassing even the popularity of matcha. It is grown under the strength of the sun and after harvesting is given little time to oxidize before it is steamed, cooled, shaped, and dried.