The Organic Sencha Green Tea Experience: wholesome, earthy
Organic agriculture is nothing new. In fact, it has been practiced around the world since prehistory. It is only in recent years that "conventional" farming has taken root in traditional tea producing areas, such as Japan. In recent years, few farmers have returned to traditional farming methods. We're thrilled to support them whenever we find wholesome, earthy, organic teas such as this one... and we think you'll be thrilled with this tea, too.
Tasting Notes: sweet, nutty, floral
The natural-looking, rough leaves of this organic green tea hint at its equally natural flavor. The golden-green infusion is sweet, with notes of freshly cut wildflowers and toasted nuts. Its aftertaste is earthy and floral, with some balancing astringency.
Ingredients: Organic Japanese Steamed Green Tea.
- 1.5 tsp Per Cup
- 1-2 Minutes
Savoring Your Experience:
This old-school organic green tea is best brewed in a traditional Japanese side-handle pot, but it's flexible enough to be brewed in plenty of other ways, too. After you've steeped the leaves a few times, you can eat them.* Organic Sencha is also perfectly paired with organic steamed veggies, brown rice with tamari or almost any kind of macrobiotic fare.
* Yes, really! You can eat these organic tea leaves. Try them in a soup, stir fry or scrambled egg dish, drizzle and dab them with tamari and wasabi, or see where else your imagination takes you.