Green Tea

Sencha Tea Bags

Verdant, Smooth, Satisfying Sasamodo Garden, Shizuoka, Japan

A classic Japanese green tea in biodegradable tea bags. Expertly steamed and rolled, the vibrant, deep green leaves offer a mellow, sappy infusion with a classically vegetal, umami flavour.

Sencha Tea Bags

Grown throughout the country, Sencha is Japan's most popular style of green tea. The leaves are freshly picked and steamed, halting their natural oxidation and encouraging a rich, green colour. They then go through several stages of precise rolling and drying before the tea is finished. Our Sencha is crafted by tea master Hiromi Wada, from the banks of the Sasama River in Shizuoka, Japan's largest region for tea cultivation. The terroir here is rich and fertile, ensuring an authentic, umami-rich flavour.

  • Cultivar - Yabukita
  • Picked - Spring
  • Oxidisation level - 0%

Tasting notes

  • What to Look For

    Deep green, whole needles of tea.

  • Aroma

    Creamy sweet, fresh and grassy.

  • In the Cup

    A light and vibrant yellow-green infusion.

  • Taste

    Sweet and refreshing green tea with a satisfying, thick texture.

Origin

Grown throughout the country, Sencha is Japan's most popular style of green tea. The leaves are freshly picked and steamed, halting their natural oxidation and encouraging a rich, green colour. They then go through several stages of precise rolling and drying before the tea is finished. Our Sencha is crafted by tea master Hiromi Wada, from the banks of the Sasama River in Shizuoka, Japan's largest region for tea cultivation. The terroir here is rich and fertile, ensuring an authentic, umami-rich flavour.

  • Cultivar - Yabukita
  • Picked - Spring
  • Oxidisation level - 0%

Tasting notes

  • What to Look For

    Deep green, whole needles of tea.

  • Aroma

    Creamy sweet, fresh and grassy.

  • In the Cup

    A light and vibrant yellow-green infusion.

  • Taste

    Sweet and refreshing green tea with a satisfying, thick texture.

The perfect cup

  • Use 1 tea bag per cup (250ml)
  • Heat water to 70°C
  • You can re-infuse this tea twice

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