Tasting Notes: Rich and full-bodied with subtle notes of fresh grass and sweet herbs.
The most popular tea in Japan, Sencha is rapidly becoming an acquired taste in the U.S., where consumers are learning to appreciate its sweet, grassy notes. Sencha is processed differently than Chinese green tea in that it is first steamed for 15-20 seconds to prevent oxidation before it is oven-dried. The steaming imparts a greener, more vibrant color to the tea.
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