Sencha is a type of Japanese ryokucha (green tea) which is prepared by infusing the processed whole tea leaves in hot water. Unlike macha (Powder) which is more ceremonial. Sencha is the most popular tea in Japan and is is perfect for anytime of the day and can be made more quickly. This is probably the most popular type of tea in Japan. We drink it both hot and cold.
There are tea farms all over Japan but mostly in the south. This is a special quality tea from Yame, a luxury tea village in Fukuoka prefecture.
A sweet and mellow aroma with a rich flavor.
How to prepare:
Water temperature: 80°C - Infusion: 40 seconds. 4 g (for 1 person) for 25 cl of water.
Ingredients: Green tea.
Store in a cool, dry place, away from light.
Place of origin: Asakura, Japan